Congratulations to 1st Lt. Lindsay R. Carrick, Officer Candidate School, MCB Quantico, Virginia, and Staff Sergeant Jason T. Pacheco, Wounded Warrior Battalion-West, MCB Camp Pendleton, California who have been chosen as the 2018 Marine Corps Semper Fit Athletes of the year.
Have you ever wondered why tobacco has been such a big part of military culture? One of the reasons is that the military has been a vital market for the tobacco industry.
You know that smoking and tobacco can affect your health. We’ve published articles on how it can affect your performance as a Marine, your stress, and even your pets. But did you know that tobacco and smoking can have even greater effects on your body and appearance?
Agility is one of the primary movement components in HITT, and key to reducing the risks for injury. What exactly is agility though?
Do you have what it takes to be the High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) champion?
Why wait until summer to take advantage of the bright sunny days and warm evenings when your child can sign up for Youth Sports today?
Congratulations to Lt Col Joseph Gavin, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and GySgt Sara Pacheco, Quantico, VA, who have been chosen as the 2017 Marine Corps Athletes of the year.
The top 34 Active Duty Marines will compete at the inaugural High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) Athlete Championship at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, 29 Palms, California.
Watch the highlight video from the Ultimate HITT Athlete Championship.
The top 34 athletes competing in the Ultimate HITT Athlete Championship took a break from training to share their secrets of success.