Boston Fire Department Sees Cost Savings With O2X Human Performance Program

In a three-year period the department recorded a total cost savings of $6.3 million Since being appointed to his role in 2014, Commissioner Joseph Finn of the Boston Fire Department

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Behind The Shield – Bringing Wellness To The First Responder Community

O2X Co-founder Adam La Reau recently had the honor of sitting down with James Geering of Behind The Shield podcast to talk about bringing wellness to the first responder community.

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BostonVoyager – Meet The O2X Founders

The O2X team is proud to be included on the BostonVoyager list of Boston’s Most Inspiring Stories. In answering questions for BostonVoyager, we were able to start 2018 by reflecting

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Tactical Athletes, Human Performance, Ultarmarathons, and Local Community – 3South Podcast

We recently had the honor of joining Pat McAuley on his 3South Podcast to talk about maximizing human performance, running ultramarathons, and working with the tactical athletes who keep our

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Building Healthier Firefighters & Safer Communities

O2X Human Performance is committed to building healthier firefighters and stronger, more effective fire departments. We believe our training is not only good for the individual and the department but

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Chicago Blackhawks Prospect Camp – Revolutionary Human Performance Training

With the help of O2X’s world class program, the Chicago Blackhawks organization is revolutionizing its training and making maximizing human performance a priority for players at all stages of their careers.

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FOX25 – O<small>2</small>X Provides Needed Training On Human Performance

"O2X is a compete performance program. It handles wellness and complete health and it was designed for longevity of the tactical athlete," says O2X Co-Founder Adam La Reau.

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Boston Fire Department Targets Health Of Firefighters

The Boston Fire Department is vowing to tackle cancer and other health issues in the force with the purchase of protective gear, the creation of a wellness division, and the help of former Navy SEALs to get firefighters back to better form.

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