“How do you find ways to keep physically fit while on deployment, or while on a ship or submarine?”

Hospital Corpsman 1st Class (FMF)
Paulo Torres
Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit 6

“I pretty much work out every day with the exception of the weekends, sometimes two a day, the morning and lunch. I do a lot of cardio and mix in some strengthening. I try to eat as healthy as I can.”


Lt.j.g. Martha Claeys-Jacobson
Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit 6

“Mondays through Friday, I work out twice a day. For lunch I go on a threemile run, and after work I go to crossfit.”


Capt. Greg Long
647th Force Support Squadron

“Taking advantage of all the great fitness classes, facilities and group runs our services Airmen provide is a great way to keep in shape and boost morale.”


Master Sgt. Jason Adkins

“There have been many great fitness centers available at my deployed locations. In addition, many of us would get together and run as a group.”


Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class
Victor Torrico
Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit 6

“I do light weight training every day, combined with sit-ups, pushups. For cardio, Mondays Wednesdays, and Fridays, I do swimming. Tuesdays and Thursdays I go running.”


(Provided by MC2 (SW) Mark Logico and David Underwood Jr.)

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