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Research Collaboration with Regional Law Enforcement Academy Strives to Assist in Officer Resilience Initiative

The Texas A&M University – Commerce Health and Human Performance Department and the Tactical Department of Jabai Performance currently collaborate with CAPCOG Regional Law Enforcement Academy to provide resources and educational trainings for both cadets and physical fitness instructors. Prior to discussing the current research study, we must discuss the background behind a typically academyContinue reading “Research Collaboration with Regional Law Enforcement Academy Strives to Assist in Officer Resilience Initiative”

Researchers Collaborate with Fire in Texas for Fire Academy Research

Researchers Collaborate with Fire in Texas for Fire Academy Research The health and wellness status of first responders continues to be an ongoing discussion within the tactical professional network. As such, the availability and utilization of medical and fitness resources need to be constantly assessed. As a team, Jabai Performance and the Health and HumanContinue reading “Researchers Collaborate with Fire in Texas for Fire Academy Research”

Researchers begin 6-month Whoop – HRV, Sleep, and Recovery Study with Melissa Fire Department

Firefighters are not only responsible for daily-tasks around the department, but must also be prepared to respond to any incoming emergency (medical or fire) call throughout their shift (day or night). From this perspective, call load, call timing, tasks performed while on-shift, sleeping patterns, nutrition, and off-shift activity can all play factors into total recoveryContinue reading “Researchers begin 6-month Whoop – HRV, Sleep, and Recovery Study with Melissa Fire Department”

Jabai Performance and Texas A&M University Commerce Collaborate with Paris Fire Department on Research Study

In the public sector, it is becoming more common for exercise science professionals to join forces with the tactical community to incorporate injury management programs. Read Firefighting On-Duty Injuries and Decreasing Potential Risk Factors These programs are individualized and unique to a specific department or agency’s budget, resources, and or personnel experience/qualifications. The Texas TacticalContinue reading “Jabai Performance and Texas A&M University Commerce Collaborate with Paris Fire Department on Research Study”

Hussien Jabai, MS, CSCS, Collaborates with Human Performance Department of Texas A&M University Commerce to Conduct Firefighter Research

The wellness initiative within the tactical community has inspired exercise science professionals to collaborate with police departments, fire departments, military bases, academies, and universities to provide new innovations in wellness services. As data builds within the published literature discussing injury rates, cause of injury, and details of injury scenarios within the firefighting community, it isContinue reading “Hussien Jabai, MS, CSCS, Collaborates with Human Performance Department of Texas A&M University Commerce to Conduct Firefighter Research”

Obesity Concerns In The Profession of Firefighting

Obesity Concerns In The Profession of Firefighting By Hussien Jabai, MS, CSCS, CPT When you dial 911, telecommunicators gather intel and first responders are dispatched to the location of the emergency. As we have all probably witnessed through first-hand experience or media observation, this typically involves some sort of law enforcement, fire department, or medicalContinue reading “Obesity Concerns In The Profession of Firefighting”

Firefighting On-Duty Injuries and Decreasing Potential Risk Factors

Firefighting On-Duty Injuries and Decreasing Potential Risk Factors By Hussien Jabai, MS, CSCS, CPT Introduction At times as citizens within a community, we call upon first responders to aid us in daily emergencies that take place. We might place a 911 call and be met with an law enforcement officer, ambulance, or fire department engine.Continue reading “Firefighting On-Duty Injuries and Decreasing Potential Risk Factors”

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