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Physical Readiness Information:
  Navy Physical Readiness Homepage - Provides information, assistance, and valuable web links in support of physical fitness.  The Navy Physical Readiness Program sets the foundation to instill a Culture of Fitness and assists Sailors in developing their ability to complete tasks that support the command mission and Navy operational readiness.  Specific objectives include: 
  • Establish Navy standards for maintaining optimal health, physical, and mental stamina. 
  • Focus on Wellness of Sailors and their families by providing the skills and tools for fitness and nutrition. 
Instructions:
  OPNAV Instruction 6110.1J - Physical Readiness Program (11 July 2011).  This instruction provides policy and procedures for the Navy’s Physical Readiness Program.  The instruction is a major revision and should be reviewed in its entirety.
Links of Interest:
Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center - Exercise helps you look good and feel good.  When you're in shape, you perform better on and off the job.  As a Navy resource for physical fitness, we know how to get you moving and we know how to keep you fit.  Whether you want to start a new exercise routine, refresh your workout or train like a professional athlete, NMCPHC can help you identify the exercise regimen to help you meet your fitness goals.
Navy Operational Fitness and Fueling - NOFFS is designed to provide the Navy with a "world-class" performance training resource for Sailors, as well as Navy health and fitness professionals. Using the latest sports science methodologies, NOFFS combines both human performance and injury prevention strategies, resulting in safer training while yielding positive human performance outcomes. The exercises used in the NOFFS product are designed to replicate the activities Sailors conduct in their operational duties: lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying. Developed as a complete fitness package, the Fueling aspect of this resource provides Sailors with the tools required to make healthy nutrition choices in both shore-based and operational environments
  Crews Into Shape - The Crews Into Shape challenge is sponsored annually by the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC).  The goal is to spark and guide workplace-focused, team-oriented, physical activity, and improved fruit and vegetable intake among the whole DoD family.
  American Council on Exercise - Get Fit: browse our free exercise library, find healthy recipes, and learn how you can start living your most fit life.
  President's Council on Fitness, Sport, and Nutrition - The President’s Challenge program includes an adult fitness test to measure your aerobic fitness, muscular strength, flexibility, and other aspects of health-related fitness. Use this test to see how fit you are by completing the testing activities, entering your data online, and receiving an evaluation. It's the jump start to a healthier you!
  American College of Sports Medicine - Because we draw from more than 50,000 expert members and certified professionals, ACSM is the only organization that can offer you a well-rounded collection of credible and reliable information on physical activity and exercise. From Position Stands to fact sheets, from books to newsletters, we have it all from the people who know it best.
Need help finding resource materials like posters, pamphlets, or flyers for your command? Need help with your next health-related GMT? Need a speaker for your next safety stand down? Contact the Naval Hospital Oak Harbor Health Promotion Office at (360) 257-9892 or email us at: Health Pro for assistance.
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