Marine Corps Physical Fitness


Marine Corps Physical Fitness

FFIT Sgt. Cody Anderson poses with student from Force Fitness Instructor Course 4-17 before beginning an intense Physical Training session.
FFIT Sgt. Cody Anderson monitors form and motivates a Marine executed a tire flip during a Physical Training session as part of Force Fitness Instructor Course 4-17.
Marines conduct tire flips as part of a physical fitness competition with oversight from Force Fitness Instructor Trainers Sgt Cody Anderson and SSgt Britt Churchill during Force Fitness Instructor Course 4-17.
A Marine sprints as part of a Endurance Course / Obstacle Course Physical Training Session during Force Fitness Instructor Course 4-17.
Two Marines scale a wall as part of an Endurance Course / Obstacle Course Physical Training Session during Force Fitness Instructor Course 4-17.



FFD announces the early release  of  FitForce a web-based application used to create and disseminate strength and conditioning programs.  Force Fitness Division's resident Force Fitness Instructor and Strength Coach have created the 'USMC workout of the day' program and it is available for use now.
The application can be accessed at, register by providing some information and begin training with this professional and systematic physical training program. The application is available to all Marines with internet access, whether a force fitness instructor is available or not.

Instructions to get on FitForce

        -  Open internet browser on any mobile device and enter url:
        -  At the login screen touch, "create an account" and fill out the
required information.
        -  Once account is successfully created select, "go to FitForce
        -  Log into FitForce mobile with created log in
        -  Accept risk notification
        -  Touch "select a Group" then "+/- Manage Groups"
        -  Add "USMC Workout of the Day" to receive your daily FFI and
strength coach created program.


 The Force Fitness Division is the service level agency responsible for the development of policy, standards, oversight, synchronization, and coordination of all elements of physical fitness in order to enable a professional, service-wide approach to enhancing the physical conditioning of the warrior athlete.

Additionally this website provides Commanders and Marines guidance and resources in how to conduct the Marine Corps Physical Fitness Program (MCPFP). This includes workout routines, official guidance on Physical Fitness and Combat Fitness Testing, the Marine Corps Body Composition and Military Appearance Program, MCMAP, Sports Medicine Injury Prevention and other physical fitness-related programs. Information available will also include Force Fitness Instructor resources. 

For any questions or if you have ideas on how to enhance the Marine Corps Physical Fitness Program, please contact: TECOM.FORCEFITNESS@USMC.MIL OR 703-784-2231.



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