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Resiliency: Boost Your Mindset
QUANTICO, VA, UNITED STATES
Gunnery Sgt. Travis Titopace, Human Performance Branch, Training and Education Command, Marine Corps Base Quantico, shares how to boost mental fitness in our everyday lives. Incorporating mentally stimulating content while conducting physical exercise is important to boost mental resiliency. Marines can utilize the Marine Total Fitness Self Check Tool on the resiliency page of Marines.mil to identify their level of overall fitness and need for support. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Michael Slavin)
Film Credits: Video by Lance Cpl. Michael Slavin
Marine Corps Base Quantico
Boost your Resiliency
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