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Special Operation: Burnout Prevention

How To Beat Fatigue And Become An Elite First Responder

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When a professional athlete starts their paid career they need to raise their game.

Everything they knew before this day worked for a less stressed, slower paced Monday to Friday life.  

Almost over night with the signing of a big league contract their life changed and the stakes increased.  

They need to have the physical and mental stamina to make it through each and every game and peak during their playoff season if they want to win and become MVP. 

One injury could put them on the DL and risk their career.

What sets the MVP player apart from the athletes who don’t last their career or never peak?

Their personal team.

Did you think they did it alone?   Nope

They have a team – nutrition coach, personal trainer, physio and more.

They even have a mindset coach to help them with mental blocks, to stay focused when half of the crowd is booing them and to recover mentally after they miss a game winning shot, so they can come back stronger and fight their way back the next game.

The only difference between a professional athlete and you as a First Responder is that your stakes are higher.

For you it’s not about losing a game, it’s often life or death.

And the fact that you don’t make millions of dollars to research and hire a team doesn’t help either.

Which is why you are here.

To figure out how to get the same results as an MVP without breaking the bank.

Let’s get started.

Understanding First Responder Families

Want to join our community of First Responders and their families?

Discover a community of First Responders and family members who understand your crazy shift schedule and all of the unknowns that are thrown at you each and every shift.

Surround yourself with others who are moving from a life of sleep struggles, exhaustion, anger/short fuse, digestive issues to a life where they are thriving at home and in their career.

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Why Am I Surviving, Not Thriving?

3 Simple Steps To Thrive As A First Responder, So You Feel Great On Shift, Peak During Crisis and Recover Quickly After (Just Like A Professional Athlete), Without Prescriptions and Overwhelm

In this Free web training I teach you:

Why it’s not your fault that you are struggling with your sleep, are exhausted, have a short fuse, digestive issues and more, even when you go to the gym and try to live a healthy lifestyle.

My 3 step process that I use to teach all of the Elite First Responders in my program so they can peak during crisis and recover quickly after just like a professional athlete.

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How Do I Start?

For First Responders who don’t want to survive in their career, but thrive in it…

How To Boost Your Energy, Stamina and Recovery Time, Without Spending Hours In The Gym and Kitchen

911 Elite Performance Prep is a great way to quickstart your journey to PERFORM OPTIMALLY every day on the job (and have more time and energy at the end of shift and days off for your family).

  • How to instantly get your body out of a fight or flight state
  • How to decrease stress on your body without adding more time in your day
  • How to calm your mind and fall asleep

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Skip the Fluff and Get Started Now

Are you a Police Officer or First Responder who is ready to raise your game so you can thrive in your job just like a professional athlete?

Are you unsure how to create a tactical plan where you are physically and mentally prepared for anything that comes your way?

Do you want to peak in a crisis without needing your days off to recover after, but have no idea how to get from where you are now to there?

YES?

Then my FREE 911 Performance Assessment is for you.

By the end of this call you will know why you have been struggling to perform optimally and what action steps need to be done to get you there.

You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain

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How To Beat Fatigue And Become An Elite First Responder

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