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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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Hydration

January 21, 2020

Everyone

Dehydration can occur regardless of fitness level, body composition, or age. Continue Reading

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Fat

January 21, 2020

Everyone

Fat is a vital part of the diet, provides taste to foods and satisfies hunger. Fat is also essential to a performance nutrition plan. Continue Reading

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Nutrition and Oral Health

January 21, 2020

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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Protein

January 15, 2020

Everyone

Dietary protein is considered the body’s building blocks and helps repair the body’s tissues. Protein is a necessary component of any performance nutrition plan. Continue Reading

Military Woman in physical fitness uniform

Preventing Injuries in Military Women

January 15, 2020

Everyone

While making up only 15% of the Army population, women have a higher reported injury risk, which depends on fitness, occupation, age, and rank. Prioritizing injury prevention is the key to readiness. Continue Reading

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Nutrient Timing

January 15, 2020

Everyone

Nutrient timing involves proper fueling strategies before, during, and after physical training sessions and other strenuous activity. Solid strategies for eating and hydrating before, during and after exercise are essential. Continue Reading

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Introduction to Nutrition

January 14, 2020

Everyone

Napoleon’s famous quote, “An Army marches on its stomach,” refers to the importance of the supply line, however, it also refers to the fact that Soldiers can only fight or function effectively if they have been well fueled. Continue Reading

Soldier performing the 3 repetition maximum deadlift as part of the Army Combat Fitness Test

The Army Combat Fitness Test

February 21, 2019

Military

This new physical fitness test will strengthen unit and collective readiness and provide the nation with physically fit Soldiers of unmatched lethality to deploy, fight and win decisively on any future battlefield. Continue Reading

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