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Journal EntryGet into a state of flow
You’ve heard of being “in the zone,” but do you really know what it is? Find out what is involved in getting yourself into this optimal state of flow.
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Journal EntryDon’t let your performance suffer from grogginess
Learn about whether sleep inertia impacts your performance.
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Journal EntryTotal Force Fitness, HPRC, and your family
Learn tips for strengthening your family from a Total Force Fitness perspective from a recently released DoD Crisis Support Guide.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeWant a “combat edge”? Get more sleep.
This year’s Warrior Resilience Conference highlighted how sleep is an essential for performance!
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Journal EntryInjury Prevention Part 4 – The Back
Back pain is common among military personnel. Follow these tips to maintain a healthy back and stay at the top of your game.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programIntroducing the injury prevention series
You’ve worked hard to get to the level of fitness you’re at. If you want to stay there, here’s the best tip we have: Decrease your risk of injury!
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Journal Entry text/texmacsWhat’s the “evidence” behind sports performance products?
Many advertisers of dietary supplements and other sports-related products make claims of enhanced performance and recovery, but a recent review found that the current evidence supporting these claims is mostly insufficient.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsDendrobium in dietary supplement products
What is dendrobium, and why is it being used in dietary supplement products?
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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 EntryBe flexible in your approach to fitness
It’s good to be strong, but don’t forget about flexibility. Improving it can boost your performance and reduce your risk for injury if done correctly.
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