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.
Want to improve your running but bored of the same old workouts? Are you looking for a new addition to your cross training regimen? Here are four science backed reasons to give deep water running a try.
Congratulations to the 2016 Marine Corps Athletes of the Year!
The Men’s Armed Forces Basketball Championship takes place Nov. 1 to Nov. 7, 2016 in the Barber Physical Activity Center located at the Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia.
Looking for a way to meet the Marine Corps new fitness standards? Why not try AMP-IT, an in-water physical training program that's appropriate for Marines of all fitness levels.
Agility helps you develop better coordination, reduces your risk of injury, and increases stabilization of your lower body joints.
Intramural sports offer all Marines, regardless of skill or experience, an opportunity to participate in a number of organized sports.
If you’re trying to decide between joining the military and pursuing a career in amateur sports, you may be able to do both.
The Marine Corps Aquatics Specialist has put together this simple swimming routine to help you take your workouts from the treadmill to the pool.