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New Fort Benning Wellness Center to focus on “Soldier athlete”

(Fort Benning, Ga) Official ribbon cutting for the Fort Benning Army Wellness Center Grand Opening ceremony, January 30, 2017 on Fort Benning. Left to right: Maj. Gen. Eric J. Wesley, commanding general of the Maneuver Center of Excellence, Shellea Owens, Director, Army Wellness Center, Col. Andrew Hilmes, Fort Benning Garrison Commander, Col. Larry J. McCord, commander, Fort Benning Medical Department Activity and CSM Matthew Brady, Regional Health Command, Atlantic. (Photos by: Patrick A. Albright/MCoE PAO Photographer)

Fort Benning Public Affairs / FORT BENNING, Ga. – Fort Benning’s new Army Wellness Center officially opened for business with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 30 featuring remarks from Maj. Gen. Eric Wesley, Commanding General, Fort Benning and the Maneuver Center of Excellence.  The state-of-the-art facility will focus on the Maneuver Performance Triad, a comprehensive fitness strategy emphasizing the performance and

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Building better Soldiers focus of gold medalist

Maj. Donald Bigham, deputy chief of the MCoE Human Dimension Integration Division, demonstrates the correct way to perform squat exercises.

By Gerald Williams, Bayonet & Saber / A gold medalist powerlifter has returned to Fort Benning to assist Soldiers with performance enhancement on Fort Benning. For the past two years, Maj. Donald Bigham, currently deputy chief of the Human Dimension Integration Division, previously worked as a head strength coach for the United States Army Physical Fitness School in Fort Jackson,

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First session of DA civilian fitness program concludes

William Randle, one of the 3rd Battalion, 81st Armor Regiment, and the Civilian Health Promotion Council Office's Civilian Health and Wellness Pilot Program participants, gets his pulse checked Aug. 30 during an assessment.

By Danielle Davis, Bayonet & Saber / Earlier this year, the 3rd Battalion, 81st Armor Regiment, and the Civilian Health Promotion Council Office sponsored a Civilian Health and Wellness Pilot Program. Participants underwent an evaluation Aug. 30 to determine their progress. The evaluation included a pulse monitoring and a three-minute step assessment. “The program is designed for a contract between

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Performance TRIAD: sleep on it

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National Institutes of Health – News in Health / When you learn something new, the best way to remember it is to sleep on it. That’s because sleeping helps strengthen memories you’ve formed throughout the day. It also helps to link new memories to earlier ones. You might even come up with creative new ideas while you slumber. What happens

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