You’ve probably heard the term “HITT” a lot around the Marine Corps lately, but what does it actually mean?
It’s that time of year again as Marine Corps officials finalize preparations for the Second Annual High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) A Championship.
We asked some of the best athletes in the Marine Corps for their top fitness and nutrition tips.
Watch highlights from the 2nd Annual HITT Championship that took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.
You are invited back to the Third Annual 2017 High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) Championship from 28-31 August, at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California.
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.
The third annual High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) will soon be underway. Want to see if you have what it takes? Check out tips and advice from this year's competitors.
Pedialyte® is a proud sponsor of the 2017 High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) Championship to be held at MCB Camp Pendleton from 28-31 August. Pedialyte will support the nutrition needs of Marines competing in Championships and will provide free samples to event attendees.
The majority of supplements and banned substances may promise huge gains, ripped abs, and bulging biceps they could end up leaving you with less than what you started.
Whether you’re single or a geographic bachelor, the Single Marine Program (SMP) provides a place to bond with other Marines while having fun and making a difference.