Throughout your career as a Service Member, preserving your holistic health and performance is key to staying mission-ready and being prepared to take on complex challenges both in and out of uniform. Use this Total Force Fitness Self-Check tool to learn about your own strengths and growth areas across the TFF domains, improve your military wellness, and optimize your performance. It also can help you set targeted goals and identify areas where you could benefit from additional resources.
Published on: July 19, 2021
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