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.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, and with it, delicious turkey, numerous pies, and, unfortunately, plenty of extra calories. If you’re watching your weight this season, check out these tips on how to eat well and still have fun at holiday parties.
Congratulations Cherry Point! In late September, the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration and National Recreation and Park Association awarded its Gold Medal to the installation.
Drinking a beer is a pretty natural response after a hard day. But did you know alcohol can negate nearly all the work a hard workout does?
Exciting times at Quantico for rugby fans! MCB Quantico will serve as host for the Royal Navy Rugby Union (RNRU) Senior XV Tour 10-22 September.
Every summer, thousands of service members are treated for heat-related illness, such as dehydration, heat stroke, and heat exhaustion. Whether you’re out in the field or enjoying a day at home, follow these tips from the CDC to ensure you stay hydrated and prevent heat-related illness.
Stretching before and after your workout may be the most underrated part of your routine. Find out how to take advantage of proper stretching in order to maximize your workout results.
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.