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Warriors Encouraged to Get #WWPFit

As the new year approaches, we're bringing warriors together and encouraging them to get #WWPFit.

Starting now, veterans can sign up for the #WWPFit challenge that begins Monday, Jan. 2. This is a great way for warriors to prioritize their physical health while building connections in the new year!

Each week, their WWP coach will send them a progress tracker to check off each challenge, then warriors can snap a pic and post it on social media with the hashtag #WWPFit. Warriors can follow the hashtag to see others' progress and cheer each other on.

There are several weekly and daily challenges that include 10 minutes of mindfulness each day, mobility and stretching three times a week, and intentional exercise three times a week (one of which must be outside).

And don’t forget to tune in to #WWPFIT on YouTube.

Other challenges consist of consuming four servings of fruits and veggies per day and meeting your daily hydration goal (half of your body weight in ounces).

If you know a WWP warrior who could benefit from getting #WWPFit in 2023, they can sign up through The Post email. If you know a veteran who can benefit from WWP services, ask them to contact the WWP Resource Center and register with WWP to access WWPFit at no cost.

Contact: Trevor A. Fay, Public Relations Specialist,, 904-776-5691.

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