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Review: 5 reasons the 5.11 Tactical PT-R sandbags are deployment-ready
Get fit with the power of sand!
Marine Corps to eliminate crunches from its physical fitness test in favor of planks
Ready, set, go and don't move for four minutes.
‘We are all suffering in silence’ — Inside the US military’s pervasive culture of eating disorders
“PTSD, military sexual trauma, and eating disorders go so, unfortunately well together."
Navy submariners are testing out their own version of ‘birth control glasses’
Make the Silent Service well-rested again.
The best fitness trackers to help you crush your PT
Keep tabs on your training with an assist from these top-rated fitness trackers.
Here’s why Air Force fighter pilots get massage therapists and athletic trainers
"Rather than waiting until someone has a back or neck problem, we’re already training to be stronger before problems occur."
‘It’s only four more laps’ — EOD soldier sets a world record running a mile in a 96-pound bomb suit
"In my head I knew that I only had to run four more laps, and for the rest of my life it’s done.”
The best kettlebells to take your workout to the next level
The best kettlebells for getting in shape whether you’re looking for light weight or an extra tough workout.
The best pull up bars to turn you into a PT stud
Perfect your pull up form and performance with one of the best pull up bars.
How trauma and stress affect the body
Where the mind goes, the body will follow.
The best gym bags to enhance your workout
Make your training and workouts easier with these durable and breathable gym bags.
Overweight troops are costing the Pentagon more than $1 billion a year
That's the equivalent cost of 52 Apache attack helicopters going down the drain every year.
Servicewomen’s advocacy group says the ACFT could deal ‘irreparable damage’ to the Army
SWAN joins a growing chorus of voices raising concerns over the Army's new fitness test
8 pieces of fitness equipment you need in your gym bag
So, you want to get strong. What are you doing about it?
Biden suspects toxic exposure in Iraq killed his son Beau. Now he has a plan to help other sick veterans
Joe Biden, like many other families of service members diagnosed with illnesses from overseas deployments, suspects toxic exposure may have been behind his son Beau’s brain cancer
Lawmakers are mad about the Army’s new fitness test and think the leg tuck is useless
They said they have "considerable concerns regarding the negative impact it may already be having on so many careers"
Soldiers won’t have to pass the Army Combat Fitness Test to graduate initial training
The Army has suspended a rule requiring new enlisted soldiers and officers to pass the Army Combat Fitness Test to graduate initial military training through next year
The Army approves push-ups and PT as punishments for minor infractions
The Army recently published an update to its command policy that encourages sergeants to drop soldiers for push-ups or order extra physical training to correct minor screw-ups as an alternative to stiffer non-judicial punishments
How the VA is failing to track veterans burn pit claims
Just 10,588 burn-pit claims have been filed since Sept. 11, 2001, Veterans Affairs said in response to a Freedom of Information Act request from a veterans advocacy group
A new bill would give thousands of vets a second chance by expanding special courts nationwide
A new bill on its way to President Donald Trump's desk would give thousands of veterans a second chance after being charged with certain nonviolent crimes
The Pentagon quietly made CBD use a criminal offense for service members
U.S. troops can now be punished for using products that contain hemp or cannabidiol, according to a Defense Department memo recently made public
The Navy is looking to pro sports to turn EOD techs and divers into a ‘human weapon system’
The Navy wants to pump you up
Army bases prepare for new ban on under-21 tobacco sales
By late summer, it will be illegal for soldiers under 21 to buy tobacco products at on-post stores, but there are no plans to enforce a smoking ban.
Marines are getting a reprieve from the dreaded tape test during the COVID-19 pandemic
Marines who fall outside the Corps' height and weight standards won't immediately face the hated tape test, due to special new exemptions put in place during the global novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Here’s the list of military clinics that will no longer serve retirees and families
Pentagon officials on Wednesday released a list of military treatment facilities and clinics that will no longer provide care to military retirees and active-duty families as part of a shift in focus to supporting active-duty readiness