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Small Group Training


2014 Combat Fitness Workshops


Train the Trainer




MARSOC Mud Sweat & Tears 5 Mile Mud Run


MARSOC Mud Sweat & Tears 5 Mile Mud Run

Do you have what it takes? Step into the arena and test how far you can push yourself physically and mentally. Once you are done with the challenge, you will continue to test your abilities with the MARSOC Mud, Sweat & Tears 5 Mile Mud Run. The MARSOC Strength Challenge involves basic strength and conditioning tools such as weighted prowlers/sleds and Pull-Ups; No special preparation is needed. The MARSOC Strength Challenge will roughly last 10 minutes. ALL participants receive an exclusive MARSOC Strength Challenge T-shirt and the top three finishers receive a Top Finisher MARSOC Strength Challenge Paddle!

Registration is FREE and open to the first 100 Active Duty Marines. Participants in the MARSOC Strength Challenge must be registered for the MARSOC Mud, Sweat & Tears 5 Mile Mud Run. If you think you are tough enough, register by e-mailing your name, phone number and what unit you are with to MARSOC Strength Challenge check-in will be at 0600 located at the pull-up bars at the event site.


Mountain Biking PT


Season Opener


2014 Community Fun Funs


Hard Corps Workshops


Hard Corps Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness Competition




Summer Kayaking Classes


Traditional Jujitsu


Sand Sational 8K Beach Run


Marine Corps Half Marathon


MARSOC Mud Sweat & Tears 5 Mile Mud Run


Santa Shuffle 5K and End of Year Awards Ceremony

Upcoming Sports

Intramural Women's Volleyball


World Ball Tournament


Intramural Women's Volleyball


Ultimate Frisbee Tournament


Men's Intramural Sotball League


Intramural Golf

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Fitness Items

Fitness Unit Activities

Unit Activities


Command Fitness Training (CFT)

Small group training. Please call 910-451-0470 for more information.


Fitness Related Lectures

Physical Training

  • Components of Physical Fitness
  • How to Develop Effective and Safe Running Programs

  • The What, When and How Long of Stretching

  • Muscular Endurance and Muscular Strength – What is the Difference?

  • How to Run a Faster PFT

  • How Exercise Can Lower Your Blood Pressure

  • Role of Exercise in Disease Management/Prevention

  • PFT/PFA Performance Enhancement/Improvement

  • Injury Prevention

For more information or to schedule a lecture, please call 910-451-0470.

Everything Else Fitness

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Semper Teen Program

Authorized patrons between the ages of 12-15 who would like to be certified to use the Fitness Centers on their own without the supervision of a parent or guardian. Class topics will include fitness center policies and operating procedures, safety, components of physical fitness, and other health related subjects.

Please note: Parents must remain in the facility as their child is present. Please, call the personal training office at French Creek Fitness Center at 910-451-0471.





Due to Youth Sports events, Liversedge Track will have limited general use availability, 26 Mar-21 Jun. During that period the track will be closed 1700-2000, Mon-Thu. Additionally, it will also be closed 0800-1600 on the following Saturdays, 26 Apr; 3 & 31 May; 7, 14 & 21 Jun.


Sailing Regatta


Nutrition Workshop


Hypoxico High Altitude Training


Wilderness Challenge All-Military Wilderness Challenge returns in 2014
Registration for the Extreme Outdoor race opens April 1
By Mark O. Piggott, Public Affairs Officer

YORKTOWN – Registration for the Mid-Atlantic Region, Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Department’s annual all-military Wilderness Challenge opens, April 1, for all members of the armed forces. The Wilderness Challenge will take place, Oct. 9–11, in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains and on the New and the Gauley Rivers in West Virginia. Wilderness Challenge

More than 300 military personnel representing teams from around the world are expected to compete. Only the first 60 teams will secure a spot in the Wilderness Challenge, so teams are encouraged to register early. 

“The MWR Wilderness Challenge brings together the best athletes the armed forces have to offer and puts them to the test,” said Michael Bond, event coordinator. “As the competition gets tougher and tougher every year, so do the competitors as more teams battle it out for the title.”


Youth Sports Coaches Needed




2014 Lifeguard Classes


Know the risks!


Bicycle Safety


Recreational Equipment Issue Catalog