HITT

About High Intensity Tactical Training

The primary purpose of the High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) program is to enhance operational fitness levels and optimize combat readiness and resiliency for the Marine. This comprehensive strength and conditioning program takes into consideration the physical demands of operational related activities in order to optimize physical performance while in combat. Facilitating the latest cutting edge training methods and fundamental scientific principles, the HITT program focuses on enhancing athleticism for today's tactical athlete – The United States Marine.

HITT Center Locations & Training Schedules 

Main HITT Center - Behind Station Gym Bldg. 545

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
0500 Warrior HITT Reload HITT Combat HITT Reload HITT Athlete HITT
0600 Warrior HITT Reload HITT Combat HITT Reload HITT Athlete HITT
1130* Warrior HITT Reload HITT Combat HITT Reload HITT Athlete HITT

*Excludes Summer Months

CADC HITT Center - Canon Air Defense Complex Behind MCX Marine Mart

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
1130* Warrior HITT Reload HITT Combat HITT Reload HITT Athlete HITT

*Excludes Summer Months

HITT Instructor Led Sessions

Open to all active duty or reservist ONLY (civilians must acquire prior authorization from the HITT Coordinator). Daily HITT sessions will allow Marines and supporting military personnel the opportunity to train in a highly motivated group setting. All HITT sessions will be led by our qualified strength and conditioning coaches. Instructor led HITT sessions will be available to the first 50 patrons.

Open Hours

Patrons unable to attend an instructor led HITT session can check out the key to the HITT Center during Station Gym operating hours. If you have any questions or concerns our highly qualified strength coaches are happy to assist you.

*CADC Outdoor HITT Area open 1030-1300 Monday-Friday.

HITT Train the Trainer Courses

HITT Level-1 candidates will learn about HITT methodology, basic exercise physiology, nutrition, programing, injury prevention, and functional fitness/ combat conditioning modalities. HITT Level-2 candidates will cover advanced exercise techniques, biomechanics of movement, and theory of programming. Successful graduates of the course are certified to conduct daily HITT sessions for his or her unit. Seats should be offered to Marines who conduct Unit PT sessions. All candidates must submit an application to the HITT Coordinator no later than 10-days prior to the course.

2019 Train The Trainer Course Dates:

  • October 21-25

 

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