Training Pays Off

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Summit Fire Department Physical and Agility Testing
Tara and Kyle have been consistent and focused in their training for the past 6-9 months, getting stronger and stronger, and today it paid off .  Both of them performed extremely well and rocked the Summit Fire test, showing strong candidacy for hire as firefighters.  Congratulations to both of you! 
Summit’s test is to be performed in under 7 minutes in order to pass.
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Kyle walked through the test like he was strolling through the park and came through with a really strong time at 4:37!  Even carried his end of the 180lb. backboard with one hand!
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Tara is only the 2nd female in Summit Fire Dept.’s history to be able to pass this difficult test.  She had a PROUD time of 6:08 today!

We love having both of you train with us and it’s been an honor and a pleasure to work with you, Tara and Kyle!  Great attitudes and always pushing the envelope for yourselves, as well as the rest of us!

Comments

  1. Thanks to Lisa, Mike and everyone else at CFF for all of the support and encouragement! (And for setting up the “summit simulator test” once a week for the last month)I couldn’t have done it with out all of you guys!
    CROSS FIT ROCKS!!! (but if you are reading this…you already know that.) =)

  2. Right on, both of you!
    You two really attacked this head on and put in the time and effort in training. It has paid off!!

  3. It should also be noted that Kyle recently smoked the Flagstaff City Fire Dept’s test as well…in the pouring rain, pulling a very water-logged hose.

  4. Congrats to both of you!! You two should be very proud of everything you have accomplished over the past 6 months training!! You two are great motivators for training “for life”. 🙂

  5. Lincoln Brigham says:

    Great news! Congrats to both of you, not only for passing but for smoking times!

  6. Nicely done, you two. You do your coaches and yourself proud.
    Smoking a CPAT is one thing…..smoking it at altitude is something else altogether. Studs.

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