Inspire Soldiers to make positive health changes with these easy-to-use toolkits. Access Guard Your Health resources, tools, and materials specifically tailored for Citizen-Soldiers, Army National Guard leaders, and federal, military, and community support organizations.
This toolkit helps Army National Guard leaders incorporate Guard Your Health resources into their state’s fitness camp. The toolkit includes talking points, ideas on how to implement resources, a sample presentation, and a resource guide for Soldiers.View Toolkit
This toolkit provides all of the materials you need to help keep Soldiers safe on and off duty, including talking points and key messages, promotional tips, social media content, and national suicide prevention resources.View Toolkit
Are you #WarriorReady? Take our 30-day Challenge for workouts, recipes, and health challenges to help you stay fit and mission ready.
This toolkit provides the resources you need to motivate Soldiers and fellow leaders to be involved with the Guard Your Health campaign, including talking points, key messages, promotional tips, social media content, and sample logos, graphics, and infographics.
These printable guides provide step-by-step instructions to help Soldiers meet their goals – from improving their run time, to optimizing their meal choices and training routines for better APFT results. Download, print, share.View Toolkit
Empower Soldiers to adopt healthy habits one day at a time with an interactive health challenge. Use this 10-step guide to implement a challenge for your state or organization.View Toolkit
Engage your Soldiers in the Performance Triad Program with a Getting Started Guide and 24 weekly content packages containing articles, graphics and ready-to-use social media messages focused on sleep, activity, nutrition, and goal setting.View Toolkit
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