This August, Semper Fit and the All-Marine Sports Program recognize Ted Williams, Marine aviator and professional baseball legend.
Respect can be described as a perceived value that we attach to ourselves and others. To respect others, we must first respect ourselves. Exercise helps us build confidence that increases our sense of self-worth and confidence.
Respect can mean different things to different people in any situation. Coach Nick Gounaris, the Combat Fitness Training Specialist for Headquarters Semper Fit and Recreation, talks about his perspective on respect as a strength and conditioning coach.
Today’s culture revolves around body image and size when it should be focusing on accepting and respecting our bodies. Learn ways to respect your body with these simple tips.
The All-Marine Women’s Rugby Team competed at the Armed Forces Women’s Rugby Championship the weekend of June 25 – 27 in Wilmington, NC.
During the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League’s (AAGPBL) twelve year run, more than 600 women athletes participated, many of whom also served in the Marine Corps.
Spend this Memorial Day honoring those that made the ultimate sacrifice by participating in the Murph Challenge.
Between 2009 and 2019, 29 Marines drowned during off-duty recreation events. In 62 percent of these incidents, bystanders were present, but unable or unskilled to rescue the victims. This occurs even though the Marine Corps has a swimming qualification program. As a Corps, we can do more.
Congratulations to the 2016 Marine Corps Athletes of the Year!
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.