9/11 and WTC Illness
In the immediate aftermath of the September 11th attacks, our nation demonstrated fortitude and perseverance. Firefighters from around the country arrived in New York City within 48 hours to assist with the recovery missions. As the fire service mourned the loss of 343 members of FDNY along with other first responders and civilians who died that day, it was clear that collectively we would promise to never forget.
Get Prepared for the Stair Climb
We’ve developed some training resources to help you prepare for the 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb. These resources include fitness/wellness, tactical and operational resources. This section will be upadted with more information, so check back often to see what new resources are available!
Health, Fitness, and Wellness
» Download: Getting Started with an Exercise Program
Operations and Tactics
How to prepare for the NFFF 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb
If you have any known health problems or exercise limitations, please consult with your physician prior to starting this, or any exercise program. Although the 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb is not a race, it is a strenuous activity and any step you can take to better prepare will pay off in the long run.