The primary purpose of the High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) program is to enhance operational fitness levels and optimize combat readiness and resiliency for the Marine.
This comprehensive strength and conditioning program takes into consideration the physical demands of operational related activities in order to optimize physical performance while in combat. By implementing the latest cutting edge training methods and fundamental scientific principles, the HITT program focuses on enhancing athleticism for today’s tactical athlete – The United States Marine.
|Men's & Women's locker rooms with showers (Camp Lejeune only)||High Intensity Tactical Training
|Combat Fitness Training (CFT) Equipment
(available for checkout on a first come, first served basis)
910.449.7698 | 910.449.5854
|Monday - Friday||5AM - 6PM|
|Saturday & Sunday||Closed|
|Click here for holiday hours.|
|6AM||Warrior Session||Athlete Session||Combat Session|
|11:30AM||Warrior Session||Athlete Session||Combat Session|
|3PM||Olympic Lifting Clinic||Olympic Lifting Clinic||Olympic Lifting Clinic|
|Open to Active Duty Military Personnel only. The HITT Center will remain open for regular patron use during HITT sessions however, the HITT Center has the right to reserve any equipment necessary to run a HITT Workout. *Maximum of 50 students per session. First come; first served.|
The Functional Movement Screen is a test of balance and mobility in 7 movements. Each test allows our coaches to observe your performance of basic, manipulative, and stabilizing movements. Your performance will allow our coaches to record weaknesses, imbalances, asymmetries, as well as limitations that become apparent during the test. The deep squat, hurdle step, shoulder mobility, and trunk stability are just a few examples of the movement tests. After analyzing your scores the coaches will be able to give you some corrective exercises and mobility to help correct any imbalances as well as perform better.
Functional Movement Screen is available to Active Duty and Retired Service Members only. To schedule, please contact the Camp Lejeune or New River HITT Center.
To attend the five-day Level I training you must be a NCO or above and get clearance through your command. Unit PT reps will learn about HITT methodology, basic exercise physiology, nutrition, programing, injury prevention, and functional fitness/ combat conditioning modalities. Successful graduates of the course will leave certified to conduct HITT (combat conditioning) sessions for their unit. This course falls in line with MCO 6100.13 and will facilitate training for the Unit CCI. Seats should be offered to Marines who conduct Unit PT sessions. If you would like to nominate yourself or your Marines, email the Camp Lejeune HITT Program Coordinator or the New River HITT Program Coordinator.
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