A FEMALE firefighter has an impressive ability to go from “hot, hot, hot” to “rah, rah, rah” when she swaps her first responder gear for her cheerleading uniform.
Joolz Earley is a UK fire cadet currently applying to become a full-fledged firefighter – but for fun, the 18-year-old is also a competitive cheerleader with championship titles to her name.
This summer Joolz completed his fire cadet training with East Sussex Fire & Rescue service.
She spent plenty of time learning fire safety protocol and, more importantly, working out in the gym.
On TikTok, the teenager has shared impressive videos showing himself lifting weights, boxing and even practicing carrying a person slung over his back.
But those muscles were put to good use in her second gig: competing with the Zodiac Allstars cheerleading squad.
In a TikTok video, she showed how she traded one uniform – her sparkly cheerleader outfit – for another in the form of blue fire cadet gear.
While the firefighter outfit isn’t particularly girly, Joolz’s cheerleading look certainly is.
The spangled set consists of beautiful short shorts, a matching crop top and a sheer panel across the midriff.
In another clip, Joolz shows off his full firefighter uniform: bulky tan pants and a matching coat.
“I don’t do heels, I only do fire boots,” she said in the caption.
Jules started her training at the age of 17 and continues to post fitness clips on social media.
“I have a mix of sandbags, dumbbells, battle ropes, [and] also do a lot of jumping, running. Try to focus on the upper body,” she wrote on TikTok.
Speaking to Women in the Fire Service UK in March, Joolz explained how cheerleading actually helped her with her firefighter training.
“When I joined the Fire Cadets, I was a cheerleader with the Zodiac Allstars and had just come back from Dallas after competing in one of the biggest competitions in the world,” she said.
“My time as a cheerleader taught me a lot about working as a team, not only respecting other teammates, but striving to achieve the same goals.
“This is how I believe the fire service works. Since joining the fire cadets, I have gained so much knowledge and experience that will guide me on my journey to becoming a holistic firefighter.”
Meanwhile, another female firefighter shared on TikTok her transformation in and out of uniform, while another revealed the nasty things trolls tell her.
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