What Are P3 Triangles

LAST UPDATED: March 26, 2020
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Triangles are small groups who meet regularly to support each other in their health journey. Together, they learn how to make small changes in their daily behavior that add up to big changes in their health and the health of their families.

These groups can be subgroups in your FRG (Family Readiness Group), neighbors, work friends, or whoever makes up your support network.

P3 Triangles are as unique as the individuals who start them, the missions of Soldiers, and the location of their families, but they all share a common bond: the power of peer support and the desire to be better every day.

Supporting references and tools

  1. The Performance Triad Guide
  2. The Performance Triad Challenge, including Leader’s Guides at the end of each module
  3. Performance Triad The Total Army Family Guide
  4. Performance Triad The Total Army Family Challenge
  5. P3 Module Videos

How can we form a Triangle?

Choose a leader

The moderator can be the FRG leader, unit command team spouse, or anyone who is interested in making healthy choices, improving their performance, and helping other reach their potential.

The co-leader is the coach position. This person helps the leader keep the meeting on track.

Decide how you would like to conduct activities

Whichever way you chose to set up your group, remember to say consistent with meetings and hold each other accountable.

Slow and steady

Follow the modules in numerical order. One module per week.

Fast and furious

Combine modules by domain:

  • Modules 1, 2—Total Army Family
  • Modules 3, 4, 5a, 5b, 6—Physical Fitness & Health
  • Modules 7, 8, 9, 10—Cognitive Fitness and Health
  • Modules 11, 12, 13, 14—Emotional Fitness and Health
  • Modules 15,16,17,18—24/7 Society
  • Modules 19, 20, 21, 22—Social, Family, and Spiritual Success
  • Modules 23, 24—Maintain Your Edge
Free and easy

As needed for your group. You can modify the recommended course of action to best suit the individual needs of your group, or to complement the battle rhythm of your unit. Consistency is the most important aspect of creating lasting habit change.

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