Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Honor Their Time in the Marines

Perseverance, determination, honor: the basic tenets of athleticism are core values that every Marine upholds. “Most of us consider ourselves athletes. It’s part of what we do as Marines…[Tonight’s awardees] helped lay the groundwork for Marine athletes today.. It is on their shoulders we stand,” said 37th Commandant of the United States Marine Corps Gen. Robert B. Neller.

How to Do More Pull Ups

Increasing the number of pull-ups performed is a goal of many Marines. These simple tips can help you attain that first-class PFT score in no time.

Foundational Movements for the Tactical Athlete

Foundational movement techniques engage the body as a single coordinated system, complement the movements the body performs on the job and in life, and help to build optimal and usable strength, power, mobility and durability. Use these techniques to make your exercise routine more effective.

Marine Corps Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

The Deputy Commandant of the United States Marine Corps for Manpower and Reserve Affairs LtGen. Mark A. Brilakis, will host the 2017 United States Marine Corps Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony at 6 p.m., July 12, 2017, at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, Va.

2017 USMC Sports Hall of Fame: Thomas "Tommy" Patrick Loughran

2017 USMC Sports Hall of Fame: Clifford Battles

2017 USMC Sports Hall of Fame: John Arthur Banaszak

2017 USMC Sports Hall of Fame: Johnnie "Dusty" B. Baker

Are You the Ultimate Tactical Athlete?

You are invited back to the Third Annual 2017 High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) Tactical Athlete Championship from 28-31 August, at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California.

Triathlon Training – "It's a Community"

Each year the Marine Corps Triathlon Training Team holds a camp to help develop and train Marine Corps athletes for upcoming competitions that lead up to the team competing at the Armed Forces Championship.

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