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Journal EntryWorkouts you can do at home during the holidays
You can fit in these workouts at your home through the holiday season to keep you on track.
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Journal EntrySwim to stay healthy
Swimming is not only one of the best total-body exercise forms, it can also help you avoid getting sick. Take the plunge!
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Journal EntryBack in action: Regaining peak fitness
Getting back into shape takes dedication and persistence, and doing so safely and correctly may help prevent injuries.
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Journal EntryPreparation for the PFT/PRT part 1: aerobic conditioning
The PFT/PRT is designed to test your cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. In this three-part series, we’ll take a closer look at each component, offer tips on optimizing your training, and show you how to prevent common injuries associated with different types of training.
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Journal EntryThe domains of total fitness
What’s a domain, and what does it have to do with fitness?
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programWarrior Games 2012—Do you have what it takes?
Wounded warriors are being exposed to more and more adaptive programs; the Warrior Games is among the most competitive. Here is a summary of this year’s event.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codePreparation for the PFT/PRT: Wrap-up
Fitness doesn’t stop once you pass the PFT/PRT. To wrap up our series, we have a few tips about injury prevention, and maintenance of your exercise program.
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Journal EntryNew war on Armed Forces Day
There is a new war going right here at home: the war on obesity and tobacco. This holiday is a good time to start doing battle!
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Journal Entry Troff documentGetting fit? There’s an app for that.
With more than 91.4 million smartphones in the U.S., applications might be the answer to get people off the couch and moving. Finding the right one, however, can be a challenge.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programU.S. Army reinstates basic fitness requirement to take PME courses
If you want to earn credit for PME courses, first you must pass the APFT and meet weight requirements.
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