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(p. 96) Comprehensive Soldier Fitness 

(p. 96) Comprehensive Soldier Fitness
(p. 96) Comprehensive Soldier Fitness

Donna M. Brazil

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date: 24 January 2021

Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) is a massive program designed to assess and develop the overall fitness and resilience of soldiers, Army civilians, and family members. The program addresses multiple dimensions of strength: physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and family in an effort to develop comprehensive fitness. CSF is currently an Army initiative though the other services are in the process of launching similar programs. This chapter presents the program, its history, its criticism, and its future.

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