Guard Your Health provides a central place for Army National Guard Soldiers and family members to find information and resources on health and medical readiness. These online materials are available for Soldiers, their families, and Guard leaders to download, print, and share.
Learn know how Guard Your Health can help Soldiers reach their health and wellness
Share this handout for five easy ways to get involved with Guard Your Health.
Share this postcard to encourage Soldiers to sign up to receive tips, inspiration, and reminders right to their mobile device.
Share this postcard to encourage Soldiers to explore the health and wellness resources available through the Guard Your Health campaign.
Find out how Soldiers can use the Guard Your Health website to improve their well-being.
Learn about how the campaign’s website helps Soldiers support and improve their health and mission readiness.
Encourage Soldiers to use this APFT exercise guide when their test is three months away.
Encourage Soldiers to use this APFT exercise guide when their test is two months away.
Encourage Soldiers to use this APFT exercise guide when their test is one month away.
Help Soldiers learn how to eat and train in the seven days leading up to the APFT.
Help Soldiers improve their APFT two-mile run time.
Show Soldiers how to eat healthy and burn off calories after their meal.
Help Soldiers learn how to cut calories and still eat what they love.
Teach Soldiers how to fast-track their family’s resiliency.
Encourage Soldiers to work out in the morning.
Help Soldiers develop better sleep habits.
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