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Journal EntryHigh Intensity Training (HIT) conference presentations
High Intensity Training (HIT) conference presentations are now available on our website.
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Journal Entry C headerTry calisthenics to improve strength
Calisthenics may help improve your strength.
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Journal EntryInjury treatment and recovery
Even minor injuries can derail performance. Follow these tips to manage the discomfort of minor injuries and prevent further damage.
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Journal EntryStop and go: Benefits of interval training
Interval training is a time-efficient way to improve strength, speed, and endurance while improving your body composition and reducing cardiovascular risk.
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Journal Entry Troff documentSummertime heat poses risk for soldiers' PT
This summer has produced an exceptional amount of record heat across the U.S. This has impacted the Army’s PT with two incidences of soldier death and several cases of heat-related illness.
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Journal EntryStrength training to optimize performance
No exercise program is complete without strength training. It contributes to your strength, speed, and size—and makes you look good, too.
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Journal EntryJump for fitness
Plyometric training involves the kind of muscle contraction you experience in jumping. Using it as part of your exercise routine can improve your athletic performance.
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Journal EntryFind time to exercise
Running to keep up? Try running—or walking or climbing or playing—through everyday life instead to get and stay fit.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-molconn-ZAvoid that flab!
Don’t wait until you need to lose weight! Start now and avoid it altogether. Your body will thank you.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programProgressive overload injuries
Don’t get injured by trying to do too much too soon. Ramp up your exercise regimen slowly and steadily to avoid getting hurt—and having to start over.
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