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Journal EntryWant to be super fit? Try SuperTracker
It can be hard to stay motivated and keep yourself accountable to your fitness goals. This online interactive tool can help keep you on track to getting in shape.
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Journal Entry Troff documentPhysical activity and sickle cell trait
Sickle cell trait is a largely benign condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Researchers are looking into its role in serious conditions such as sudden death and exertional rhabdomyolysis in athletic and military populations.
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Journal EntryTreadmills for trekkers
When conditions aren’t ideal for an outdoor hike, move your walking inside to a treadmill. Just make a few adjustments to ensure you’re getting a workout comparable to your regular hike.
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Journal EntryDehydration and cold weather
Avoid dehydration in cold weather.
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Journal Entry D source codePredicting body weight from childhood to adulthood
Now you can calculate your child’s risk of becoming obese with a simple online calculator.
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Journal EntryFive simple strategies for sticking to your goals
New Year’s Day is behind us, but it’s never too late to revisit your resolutions or make new ones. These simple strategies can help you reach your performance goals.
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Journal Entry Troff documentNeck pain takes flight
Neck pain, especially for pilots, can be an occupational problem in the military. Addressing early symptoms of neck pain and certain exercises may help prevent chronic neck pain.
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Journal Entry C headerIs 10,000 steps/day enough?
For years, the question has been debated whether 10,000 steps a day are enough to result in health benefits.
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Journal EntryMake a cardio comeback for optimal performance
Cardiovascular endurance is important for your everyday activities as well as more important military duties and tasks, but you need to use it or you’ll lose it! HPRC offers ideas on how to get it back.
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Journal EntryMoms-to-be: Keep the “active” in active duty
Pregnancy is a special time for most women, but it can be especially challenging for women in the military. Exercise before, during, and after pregnancy to help keep you and your baby healthy.
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