We sat down with Capt Christine Taranto, winner of the Women’s Armed Forces Marathon Championship, to find out how she maintains her mental and physical readiness.
This Saturday, November 14, the Gonzaga University Bulldogs will face off against the University of Pittsburgh Panthers at the Camp Foster Fieldhouse.
Top athletes gathered in South Korea to compete in the Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM) 6th Military World Games. The US was represented by 165 athletes from all five branches of service.
We asked the USMC Running Team what motivated them to run the Marine Corps Marathon. This is what they said.
An injury can be detrimental to your health and make it difficult to perform your job to the best of your ability. Follow these tips from the Semper Fit Fitness Experts to keep your body strong, fit and mission ready.
Aquatics Maximum Power Intensity Training (AMP-IT) is a high intensity fitness class that will increase muscle endurance, improve cardiovascular-respiratory function, and aid in injury rehabilitation.
All-Marine Sports offers all active duty Marines a way to stay in shape, hone their athletic skills, and build camaraderie on and off the field.
There are over 20 bowling centers located on Marine Corps installations worldwide, ranging from the U.S. mainland to Hawaii, Okinawa, and Japan.
Whether you are a United States Marine or simply want to train like one, High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) will get you in combat ready shape.
There have been many examples of Marines who have excelled on both the battlefield and the playing field. Here are a few that have stood out as Marines and represented the United States in the Olympic Games.