Gain (or regain) warrior-status in just 8 weeks with this fitness plan

Introducing The MIGHTY FIT Plan, developed by Composure Fitness.

One of the most common reasons I've found that people don't stick with a workout plan is that they go too hard too fast.

Imagine trying to qualify with the M4 at 500 yards the first day you put your hands on the weapon. That's exactly what many people do when it comes to fitness.

We're going to change that today.

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Is intermittent fasting the right choice?

It depends...

Intermittent fasting, as a specific protocol, is pretty new on the dieting scene, but there's a good chance you've heard of at least someone that's used it successfully.

Even though there are probably more than a hundred different ways to diet, maybe even a thousand, intermittent fasting is a bit different since it includes long periods of fasting or going without food.

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Meet Mighty Milspouse Ashley Keller

Ashley Keller was frustrated. Why was every prenatal workout she found on YouTube too slow or beyond extreme and not safe for her baby?

The triathlete Army officer was no stranger to fitness. Upon her graduation from West Point, she was offered the opportunity to train for the Olympics, but turned it down to pursue serving her country in a traditional way.

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March virtually with fellow vets and soldiers in Iraq this Saturday

Looking for a way to get in a great workout? Want to get in a great PT session with your fellow vets and service members? Need to get out of the house while still practicing social distancing?

Dawn your patriotic swag, grab your pack and head to your favorite hiking spot.

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Tyghe Trimble

The best streaming workouts right now were developed in prison

Working out regularly is always necessary. It's even more necessary now that we're all social distancing at home due to coronavirus. Coss Marte, the founder of the prison-style fitness workout Conbody, can help.
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No sports? What happens now?

So this week was a bit strange, huh?

With the spread of the coronavirus around the country, we saw the unprecedented stoppage of sporting events around the world and in the United States. Starting with several universities canceling conference tournaments, the NCAA decided to ban crowds from its venerable tournament. That alone was big news until the NBA suspended operations after a player tested positive. The resulting snowball turned into an avalanche the likes of which we have never seen. Play stopped after 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination, but not like this. We will see how things shape up long-term but in the meantime, we can start to wonder what comes next.

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How to train your core like you're about to go into the ring with Ivan Drago

Sylvester Stallone has been a role model for generations of men. He taught men how to box, how to fire a bow and most importantly, how to train abs. For me, the scene I still dream about to this day comes from that film where Sly single-handedly ended the Cold War, avenged his best friend's death, and got a sick pump in the Russian countryside...Rocky IV.

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10 things that every soldier can do... can you?

One of the first steps to joining the military is completing a series of physical fitness tests. The bar is set high to keep members of the armed forces from getting injured in the line of duty. It's dangerous out in the field, and it's a lot more dangerous if you're too slow and weak to keep up!

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From battlefield to dad bod: How to get back in your fighting shape

So you used to be a lean, mean fighting machine and now? Well, now you kind of have a dad bod. The good news is, you're far from the only one. It's extremely common for veterans to put on weight after leaving the military, so it's nothing to feel embarrassed about. Here's why it's so common to fall out of shape after resuming civilian life, and how to use the skills you learned in service to get back on track.

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