Fit For Duty

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Fit for Duty is an exercise program for active lifestyles that takes inspiration from the world of the military. The moves and exercises are meant to push the physical limits of viewers with every episode being as challenging as the next. Billed as a way for active military personnel to get in shape for service, the show provides a number of interesting routines that will have average skill level viewers working up a sweat. The show inspires change and progression through motivation techniques from the instructors, and they really know how to amplify the pressure when the situation calls for it.

321 Productions
4 Seasons, 53 Episodes
December 25, 2007
Health & Fitness, Reality
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Fit For Duty
Episodes

Fit For Duty Full Episode Guide

  • Two 11 minute workouts: 1) Full Body Cardio 2) Full Body Descending Reps.

  • Two 13 minutes or less routines: 1) Shoulders & Cardio 2) Full Body Cardio

  • Two 13 Minutes or less workouts: 1) Legs & Cardio 2) Full Body Descending Reps.

  • Three 8 minutes or less workouts: 1) Core 2) Shoulders 3) Back.

  • Three 8 minutes or less workouts: 1) Arms 2) Back 3) Legs.

  • All you need is a medicine ball as MSgt Mike Skaggs works your core. Plus, in "Train Smart Stay Strong," nutritionist Capt Brianne Newman has healthy eating tips and CDR Dave Keblish is running bare.

  • Don't let the title scare you; it's the workout you should be worried about. We dare you to get ripped. Plus, CDR Dave Keblish has tips on how to get the "burn" back into your workout routine on "Train Smart Stay Strong."

  • We're in the weight room with SSG Ken Weichert as he targets the entire body. Plus, we have tips on good eating habits and information on the proper time to take protein supplements in "Train Smart Stay Strong."

  • SSG Ken Weichert takes us back to basics with resistance training routines we know and love. Plus, "Train Smart Stay Strong" has pre- and post-workout nutrition habits and tips on how to get the "burn" back into your workout.

  • No gimmicks or money back guarantees; just a hardcore strength training workout that targets the entire body. Plus, in our "Train Smart Stay Strong" segment, CDR Dave Keblish rehabs a torn hamstring.

  • Get ripped with SSG Ken Weichert in this toning and body-building workout. Plus, we have information on proper calorie intake and the importance of properly rehabilitating an injury in "Train Smart Stay Strong."

  • Extensive workouts utilizing rubber tubing include modified push ups, biceps curl, and upright row, followed by tips to combat muscle soreness.

  • It's a full body strength training workout with SSG Ken Weichert. Are you up for the challenge? Plus, we have tips on eating healthy when TDY and ways to rehab a torn hamstring in "Train Smart Stay Strong."

  • Workouts with the Air Force focused on the major muscle groups through the entire body, and tips to keep the muscles in your feet strong.

  • Workouts with the Air Force focused on quadriceps and hamstrings, nutrition facts, and tips for rehabbing muscle tears.

  • Mas Sgt. Mike Scaggs builds the often neglected back and tricep muscles.

  • Mas Sgt. Mike Scaggs demonstrates proper strength training for the chest using gym equipment.

  • Workouts with the Air Force focused on biceps, triceps, and pectorals, nutrition facts, and tips for efficient lifting.

  • Mas Sgt. Mike Scaggs builds your muscles by focusing on endurance lifting.

  • Workouts with the Air Force focused on the biceps and triceps, nutrition facts, and tips on protein supplements.

  • Workouts with the Air Force focused on the chest and back muscles, nutrition facts, and tips on keeping your feet muscles healthy.

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