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Performance Triad Training Sessions
Prep week 1:
Review the video about motivational interviewing:
First example:
How NOT to do Motivational Interviewing
How TO do Motivational Interviewing
Second example:
How NOT to do Motivational Interviewing
How TO do Motivational Interviewing
Prep Week 2:
Review the video about motivational interviewing:
Watch the performance nutrition video:
Energy Drinks:
Session 2:  SIT LESS, MOVE MORE!
Rock Center Dangers of Sitting
Session 4:  Be SMART About Setting Goals
CSF2 Goal Setting Information:
Review the video about SMART Goal Setting at:
Consider showing your squad this video about a baby with a goal:
Session 5:  Performance Triad and the Army Family
Watch video: Army Families are Army Strong
23 and ½ hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health?
Review the Ground Risk Assessment Tool vignettes and accident summaries.
Review the Nutrient Timing and Training Guide:
Watch the video: Nutrient Timing
Watch the video series “Be Army Strong”:
Watch this video about sleep and performance:
Session 9:  GOAL CHECK-IN
Review the video about SMART Goal Setting at:
Consider having your Soldiers watch this video before the session:
Watch overview video of My Daily Performance Nutrition Plan, then choose one of the tools and watch the video that covers that tool: PENDING
Session 11:  SAFE RUNNING
One option for shoe selection:
Session 12:  Mid-Point Performance Check-In
Session 14:  Be Smart About Dietary Supplements
View video on dietary supplement industry:
Check out Operation Supplement Safety: and the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database 
Review FM 7-22 Preparation Drills
Session 16:  STICKING WITH THE PLAN – Goal Check-In
Watch at least one of the drowsy driving videos to under­stand hazards of fatigue: drowsy-driving-video-gallery/
Session 18:  Be Smart About Energy Drinks and Products
Be Smart about Energy Products:
Review this 5 minute video about supplements
Review Eco-Challenge video. Notice that the winning team priori­tized sleep instead of pushing forward.
Session 21:  Mission-Specific Nutrition Guidelines
Review the Nutrition Section of the Soldier’s Guide and review the Mission Nutrition For Combat Effectiveness guide:
Watch video on Mission-Specific Nutrition: PENDING
Review the CrossFit® PDF article at
Session 23:  STAY IN THE GAME – Final Check-In
Session 24:  STAY THE COURSE – OPORD For Your Life!

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