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The Camp Pendleton Fitness Department is dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles to authorized patrons aboard the base. The professionally trained staff provides a wide variety of programs and services. The Semper Fit Paige Fieldhouse is one of the largest in the Marine Corps. There are 13 fitness centers on base, each offering it’s own program and targeting specific needs.
For health and wellness information, check out the Health Promotion web page here
The High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) program’s primary purpose is to enhance operational fitness levels and optimize combat readiness and resiliency for the active duty United States Marine. The HITT program focuses on enhancing athleticism for today’s warrior athlete – The United States Marine.
Click here to access the official HITT website (Note: site is not accessible with a mobile device)
On-Going - The Fitness Centers host a variety of events throughout the year including Group "X" excise, Massage Therapy, Pendleton Cup Events, High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT), HITT Training Areas, Health Expos, Injury Prevention Clinics and Recreational Sports Competitions.
Combat Training ( pdf 2mb ) - Check out the course schedule for the two-Day Semper Fit Headquarters Marine Corps Training Course focusing on combat fitness and the High Intensity Tactical Training Program (HITT). Course includes hands-on training for TRX, Olympic lifting, kettlebells, dynamic movements and more. A certificate of completion is given to all participants. Active Duty Registration Only.
Jan 28 - 29
Apr 22 - 23
Jul 29 - 30
Oct 21 - 22
Nutrition and Fitness for BCP ( pdf 2mb )
One-Day course focusing on the fundamentals of eating and training to lose weight. Participants will learn how to help their BCP Marines with planning their diet and exercise program for life-long weight loss. Topics will include nutrient needs, healthy weight loss, fitness for weight loss, exercise and diet myths, supplements, and practical sessions. A certificate of completion will be given to all participants. Bring PT Gear for a workout. Lunch on your own.
53 Area Fitness Center - Great new location Check out this state-of-the-art facility in Camp Horno, bldg 530301, (760) 725-7075.
Check out the brand new 62 Area HITT (High Intensity Tactical Training) Center in Camp Mateo.
Group Exercise Classes
Free at selected Fitness Centers. Gut Cut, Survival Cycle, Cardio Kickbox, Combat Fitness Training, Forever Fit, Zumba Warrior Training and Yoga. Special unit PTs available upon request. Martial arts training from experienced Black Belt instructors. Classes include Tae Kwon Do. Info: (760) 763-4070
Methods include: Swedish, Passive Joint, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue, Pregnancy and Shiatsu. Hot Stone available for an additional fee. Available at 14 Area, Hospital and 22 Area Fitness Centers. Info: (760) 763-4070 Flier ( 1.3mb ) For Del Mar Beach Resort: (760) 763-5651.
High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT)
There are several programs and resources to assist active duty personnel, and/or their unit to physically prepare for CFT requirements at Camp Pendleton, including unit specialized combat training classes. HITT Web Page
The Paige Fieldhouse and 53 Area Fitness Center each have a Health Promotion Center. A one-stop shop for health resources, Programs include cholesterol testing, health risk assessments, nutrition counseling, smoking cessation programs, blood pressure screening, resting metabolic rate testing, fitness information and more. Health Promotion Web Page
Looking for training information on combat conditioning
There are several programs and resources to assist active duty personnel, and/or their unit to physically prepare for these requirements at Camp Pendleton, including unit specialized combat training classes.
For more information, visit the TECOM website.
The site has interactive tools and information necessary to assist with combat readiness requirements.
Combat Training Resources