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The High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) program is unique to the Marine Corps. It is a comprehensive strength
and conditioning program tailored to the needs of the tactical athlete. The
HITT program is science-based and developed by certified fitness professionals.
Coordinators: Each of the 6 primary camps have a Fitness Coordinator
who works out of one of the manned gyms. The Fitness Coordinators conduct the
HITT program on their respective camp. All Fitness Coordinators are certified
fitness professionals and are considered the fitness Subject Matter Experts
Individual and Unit Programming
Small Unit Leaders Course (Active Duty only)
Body Composition Program
Rate Testing (Active Duty only)
Body Composition Testing
Small Unit Leaders (SUL) Course: The HITT SUL course is a 5-day
introduction to leading safe and effective strength and conditioning workouts.
The course is open to Marines and Sailors E-4 and above, with a first class
PFT, CFT, or PRT. After attending the course, Marines and Sailors may lead HITT
workouts for their unit, as well as utilize the HITT lockers/equipment. The
course can provide a solid foundation for Marines who wish to later become
their unit’s Force Fitness Instructor (FFI). Personnel may request a HITT
Course at https://www.mccsokinawa.com/hitt
by filling out the HITT SUL Course Request Form.
Class: The HITT program offers hour-long classes at each camp taught by
a Fitness Coordinator. Typically each camp offers an 0530-0630 class during the
summer and 0530-0630/1130-1230 the rest of the year. HITT classes are open to
all individuals with base access.
Consults/Briefs: Fitness Coordinators may be
asked to perform individual nutrition/ fitness consults, or nutrition/fitness
briefs for a unit. Requests should be directed to MCCSHealthPromotions@Okinawa.usmc-mccs.org
or through the respective camp’s fitness coordinator.
Fitness Coordinator: 625-1170
Fitness Coordinator: 622-9486
Fitness Coordinator: 645-7834
Fitness Coordinator: 636-3503
Fitness Coordinator: 637-2390
MCCS Health Promotion hosts a variety of strength and cardio-based group fitness classes across MCB Butler. Group Fitness classes are free and open to all individuals with base access. Youth may attend Group Fitness classes with a parent or legal guardian present, and after the youth has completed a Youth Orientation.
View Schedule and Class Descriptions: Here
MCCS Health Promotion is currently hiring Group Fitness Instructors certified to teach cycle/spin, strength, and circuit formats. To begin the application process, please email GroupFitness@Okinawa.usmc-mccs.org. In your email, include the format(s) you wish to teach and the camp(s) you wish to teach at.
Wellness educators provide resources that
empower you and help you stay on track. We require two weeks’ notice when scheduling briefs to
ensure that we have a presenter available. To request wellness support, please
click the link Here
Our services are available for individuals,
groups, and unit functions.
Body Composition Program (BCP)*
Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) Testing*
Health Fairs/Special Events
Microwave Meal Demos
*Currently only available for active duty
We encourage and support the participation of
individuals of all abilities. Please call MCCS Health Promotion 645-3910 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any assistance or
require an accommodation.
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officers, employees, agents, contractors, or volunteers from any and all
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