YogaFit, Los Angeles, has introduced YogaFit for Warriors, a certification program that teaches instructors how to work with soldiers and veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and traumatic injuries.
A New Orleans recreation center that closed after Hurricane Katrina reopened this week after undergoing a $4.9 million renovation.
U.S. Senators Mark Udall of Colorado and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska have introduced the Fit to Serve Act, which would boost nutritional awareness for youth and help improve fitness and health among military-aged Americans.
The U.S. Army is reintroducing the Master Fitness Trainer Course to help soldiers with new physical readiness training designed to prepare soldiers for combat missions.
The U.S. Army is expected to discharge as many as 15,000 soldiers by Sept. 30 for failing to meet standards, including physical fitness and weight control requirements.
Col. Tim Bush was relieved of his command last month after he failed to meet the Air Force's physical fitness test's waistline requirement.
More soldiers are being dismissed because they are not meeting the U.S. Army’s fitness standards, according to an article in The Washington Post.
The number of active-duty airmen who have been discharged from the Air Force for not meeting physical training (PT) standards has increased dramatically since 2007...