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Force Fitness Instructor

 

Force Fitness Instructor

FFIT Sgt. Cody Anderson poses with student from Force Fitness Instructor Course 4-17 before beginning an intense Physical Training session.
Force Fitness Instructor Course
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.
Force Fitness Instructor Course
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.
Force Fitness Instructor Course
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.
Force Fitness Instructor Course
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.
Force Fitness Instructor Course
Two Marines scale a wall as part of an Endurance Course / Obstacle Course Physical Training Session during Force Fitness Instructor Course 4-17.
Overview

Marine Corps Force Fitness Readiness Center / Force Fitness Instructor Mission Statement

The Force Fitness Readiness Center (FFRC) develops instructors focused on optimizing performance, increasing durability, and maximizing readiness of United States Marines for battle through implementation of the Force Fitness Instructor Program. The FFRC uses contemporary science, subject matter experts, and partners in health and wellness in developing its programs.  The vision is a more capable and lethal warfighter that is able to use a holistic approach to sustain physical, mental, and spiritual fitness to endure the rigors of combat. 

How to Become an FFI

  In order to obtain the additional MOS of Force Fitness Instructor you must meet the following prerequisites:

- The Marine must be a Sergeant or above and be in a full duty status.

- The Marine must also score 1st Class on both the PFT and CFT and be within Height and Weight Standards in accordance with MCO 6100.13A Marine Corps Physical Fitness and Combat Fitness Tests.

-The Marine must have at least one year time in service left on their contract.

-Command Screening Checklist and Official Gear List are located on this page under Official Guidance.