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Journal EntrySet the fitness example for your kids
Parents can help their children be physically active in a variety of ways. Learn more.
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Journal Entry C source codeNational Veterans Summer Sports Clinic
Calling injured veterans to sign up for the National Summer Sports Clinic in San Diego, CA, September 13–18, 2015.
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Journal EntryCheck out Performance Triad’s new materials
Looking for information to help optimize your sleep, activity, and nutrition? Check out the new materials posted by the Army Public Health Command.
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Journal Entry image/x-jgListen to your heart
With special equipment, you can manage your emotional stress as well as the timing and intensity of your physical training.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programNational Veterans Wheelchair Games
April 15th is the registration deadline for the National Veterans Wheelchair games. The event is open to veterans who need a wheelchair to participate in sporting events.
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Journal EntryHigh-intensity exercise for your teen
April is the “Month of the Military Child.” Learn how to help your child stay fit for a healthier tomorrow.
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Journal EntryGet motivated to exercise through friends
October is the MHS’s Women’s Health Month! Invite a girlfriend to exercise with you and help each other stay motivated.
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Journal EntryRunning safety
Safety first! Check out some tips on how to stay safe while you’re out for a run.
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Journal Entry5 ways to stay active at work
Even with regular exercise, sitting for most of the day can increase your risk for chronic illnesses and early death. Find out what you can do about it.
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Journal EntryPFT/PRT prep—Part 1: Aerobic conditioning
The PFT/PRT is designed to test your cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. In this three-part series, HPRC takes a closer look at each component, offers tips on training optimization, and suggests how to prevent common training-related injuries.
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