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Journal Entry D source codeWhat is “Total Force Fitness”?
Do you know what “Total Force Fitness” is? It’s a Department of Defense model for building and maintaining health, wellness, and resilience.
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Journal EntryStrong B.A.N.D.S 2014
Strong B.A.N.D.S is back for 2014! Learn about their goals and check out their activities planned for soldiers and families!
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Journal EntryTunes and training
Do you listen to music when you exercise? Find out how it affects your workout.
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Journal EntryPerformance Triad update
The U.S. Army rolled out the Performance Triad a few months ago. So, what’s new?
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Journal EntryA holistic approach to performance
Check out the customizable “One Shot One Kill” (OSOK) performance enhancement program to jumpstart your performance.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programHPRC’s Vertical Core Series
Vertical core training is a great way to change up your workout routine and improve your performance.
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Journal EntryTips on tendonitis
Tendonitis results from damage to connective structures in your body. Learn more about it and get your body back in action.
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Journal Entry VCS/ICS calendarHITT: The Basics
Have you heard of HITT? It’s the High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) program, and its primary purpose is to enhance fitness levels, combat readiness, and resiliency for the United States Marine.
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Journal EntryPerformance Strategies for injury prevention
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Check out our performance strategies for preventing common military injuries.
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Journal EntryA snappy way to get into shape
Snap into shape! Learn about the benefits of using elastic bands during resistance training rather than free weights or weight-machine exercises.
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