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Overview

Sleep, activity and nutrition (SAN) are critical for achieving optimal physical, mental, and emotional health and wellbeing. They are integral in maximizing Soldier performance and are the cornerstones of the U.S. Army Office of the Surgeon General’s (OTSG) Performance Triad (P3) Campaign. P3 integrates the best available SAN sports science to improve squad overmatch and Soldier performance in tactical environments. It includes messaging, curriculum and training, policy development, technology, leader development, and changes within the built installation environment to make the healthy choice the easy choice. P3 strives to improve and sustain healthy SAN knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and associated outcomes among Soldiers and Army beneficiaries.



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Sleep Tactics for Sustained Operations

April 16, 2018

Military

Planning for sleep in training and tactical environments is a core leader competency. Leaders must know the sleep-work cycles of their Soldiers, particularly when they are working shifts, are in operational environments, or outside standard duty hours. Continue Reading

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Sleep and Children

April 16, 2018

Children and Teens

A good night’s sleep is essential to children’s health, development, and performance in school. Children’s sleep needs depend on their age group. Babies need the most sleep and spend about half of their sleep time dreaming. Teens need at least 9–10 hours. Continue Reading

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Kids Need Activity Too

January 30, 2018

Everyone

It’s important for children to engage in physical activity. Be a good role model. Your health is critical to the well-being of your family. The more active you are, the more likely your kids will follow suit. Continue Reading

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Extreme Conditioning Programs

January 30, 2018

Everyone

Extreme Conditioning Programs (ECPs) are workout programs that combine high-intensity exercises with short rest periods between sets. They are also known as high intensity circuit training or high intensity interval training (HIIT). Continue Reading

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Running

January 30, 2018

Everyone

Running can be done in virtually any environment and location and is an excellent way to achieve cardiovascular fitness. Continue Reading

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Physical Readiness

January 30, 2018

Everyone

Physical Readiness is the ability to meet the physical demands of any combat or duty position, accomplish the mission, and continue to fight and win. Continue Reading

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Strength Activity Goals

January 30, 2018

Everyone

Strength training can not only help you build strength and gain muscle, but also can boost your metabolism and help with weight management. Continue Reading

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Aerobic Activity Goals

January 30, 2018

Everyone

Aerobic exercise is also called cardiovascular training because it helps build your body’s ability to pump blood and oxygen to your working muscles. Continue Reading

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Nutrition and Oral Health

January 30, 2018

Everyone

Everything you put in your mouth affects your oral health. Protect yourself against mouth pain, infection, and loose or missing teeth which can impair your ability to eat high performance, high-fiber foods like fresh fruits and vegetables. Continue Reading

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Nutrition in the Field

January 30, 2018

Everyone

Poor nutrition in extreme conditions (hot, cold, or high altitude) can lead to fatigue, rapid weight loss, injury, illness, and dehydration. Continue Reading

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