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Journal Entry C headerNational Physical Fitness and Sports Month
Did you know that May is the National Physical Fitness and Sports Month?
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Journal EntryAnnouncing the 2013 Strong B.A.N.D.S. campaign
The Army’s yearly Strong B.A.N.D.S campaign, set to run in May, focuses on providing education and activities that support “Balance, Activity, Nutrition, Determination, and Strength.”
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Journal Entry C headerAre your kids active enough?
This week, the spotlight’s on children and teenagers—and whether they’re getting the exercise they need.
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Journal EntryExercise for the rest of us!
Just because you’re not an active-duty Warfighter doesn’t mean you don’t need exercise. Use these guidelines to make sure you’re getting enough.
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Journal Entry D source codeBe an advocate for healthy, “Fit Kids”!
Let someone at your children’s school know that they can get free help with physical education for grades 3 through 8 through the Operation Fit Kids program.
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Journal EntryCelebrate family fitness!
USAF FitFamily helps families “Get up. Get out. Get fit. Together.”
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Journal Entry Troff documentAdd some water to your workout
Try changing up your exercise routine; give your body a break with a challenging pool workout.
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Journal EntryNew Moms: Get Warfighter fit again!
Physical fitness is critical for military readiness. However, after giving birth some women find it more difficult to obtain pre-pregnancy levels of fitness.
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Journal EntrySpring PFAs for sailors are in the air
Preparation for the PFA’s takes time and hard work. Don’t wait until the last minute to start training for your assessment—start optimizing your physical fitness today.
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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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