Getting in shape for basic training starts at home. Find out how you can help your new recruit start off with strength and stamina.
Service members in the National Guard need to maintain a level of optimal physical performance (after all, that’s what the PT test is for), but that’s not the only reason to be physically fit.
Disruptions to normal routines can derail healthy habits. Free health and wellness coaching can get you back on track.
Help your teen get on track to good health and fitness. Health and wellness coaching is available for those 13 and older.
It’s normal to relax as you engage in everyday activities when you’re comfortable with the task. Avoid risk during coronavirus-19, follow guidelines and don’t cut corners on your health.
Healthy behaviors are developed in childhood, so get your child off to a good start with habits, actions and choices that promote health and well-being.
Good health and peak physical fitness are key to our military community’s force readiness. Explore these tips to build strength and stamina by eating nutritious foods.
Losing weight, managing stress, tackling transitions – if you’re ready to make some life changes, free consultations with Military OneSource health and wellness coaches can help you set goals and create a plan to reach them.
Personal trainers are good, but wouldn’t it be great if you could carry a life coach with you? Someone who would always be available to help you set goals, give you encouragement and answer your questions?
Family time is precious to service members and their spouses, so make the most of it by looking beyond phones and screens for simple activities together. Make family time count and try something as simple as going for a walk together. It will pay off in more ways than one.
Understanding the five areas of resilience can help you achieve resiliency and successfully meet the challenges that many military members experience.
Basic training varies by service branch, but it’ll help you to know these facts of military life before you report for duty. Own these 10 bits of advice from people who have been there.
This page includes information on morale, welfare and recreation programs for the Navy.