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Needs-Based Approach to Holistic Health and Fitness

To efficiently improve Soldier readiness, which includes their physical and mental well-being, the Army set up a complete holistic health and fitness (H2F) system. The system requires a robust governance framework and prioritizes proactive health to fulfill operational requirements.

The Army plans to distribute its H2F implementation plan by 2030, but leaders must address more immediate needs through effective governance. Noncommissioned officers are vital in managing the H2F program and advocating for proactive health. They continually find ways to bridge resource allocation gaps and strive to achieve positive outcomes in units lacking H2F resources.

  • Author(s):
  • Singapore Warrant Officer 1 Cheng Qiao Feng
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Needs-Based Approach to Holistic Health and Fitness
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Publisher:Army University Press
Published:March 22, 2024
License:Public Domain

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