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HITT

High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT)

The HITT Facility is open .


– MORNING & LUNCHTIME HITT CLASSES–
Monday – Thursday 
0600–0700 & 11:30–12:30 located at the HITT Facility .
Class size is limited to 10–15 people.
Space is available first come/first serve. Mask required.


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The HITT Program occupies a permanent indoor presence on the joint base with the opening of the HITT Center in the Cpl Terry L. Smith Gymnasium. HITT centers are unlike any other fitness facilities in that they allow for optimal performance enhancement, combat readiness, and physical resiliency. The center, “Where the warrior and the athlete become one,” is open only to active duty personnel and Marine reservists.


The USMC HITT program is a comprehensive combat-specific strength and conditioning program that is essential to a Marine’s physical development, combat readiness and resiliency. Program emphasis is on key components with relation to superior speed, power, strength, flexibility, endurance, and overall combat readiness while reducing the likelihood of injury and ensuring that all Marines are physically prepared for real-time combat/tactical situations while in theater.



Additional Information

HITT Hours

Monday – Thursday : 0600 – 0700 (Instructor Lead Session).
Monday – Thursday : 1130 – 1230 (Instructor Lead Session)
*Active Duty Service Members ONLY allowed in the HITT Program.
All other reservations for instructor lead sessions may be made by contacting the MCCS HITT Coordinator.


For more information, please contact Allie Scott at 703-614-8759.



HITT is open only to active duty personnel and reservists.
All sessions are first come, first served.

HITT Rules


  • Active Duty personnel only (must show ID upon entrance).
  • Masks are required during exercise activity.
  • Boots and utes are required.
  • All HITT equipment must stay inside the HITT room.
  • No combined circuit training between buildings.
  • Failure to comply with HITT policy will lead to revoke HITT Center privileges.

HITT Instructor Tools

Documents

Presentation Methodology Female PFT Prep Program
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Videos

10 Yd. Crossover Shuttle Run
10 Yd. Crossover Shuttle Run
20 Yard Cone Weave
10 Yd. Resisted Carioca Shuttle
10 Yd. Resisted Carioca Shuttle
Alternating Plyo Push Up
10 Yd. Resisted Forward Shuttle
10 Yd. Resisted Forward Shuttle
Alternating Waves
10 Yd. Resisted Shuffle Shuttle
10 Yd. Resisted Shuffle Shuttle
Alternating Waves (Seated)
20 Yard Cone Weave
5-15 Shuffle to Sprint
Alternating Waves w Lunge
3 Hop Start
60 Yd. Carioca Shuttle Run
Arm Circles

3 Way Plank
60 Yd. Reverse Carioca Shuttle Run
Attack and Retreat
5-15 Shuffle to Sprint
60 Yd. Reverse Shuttle Run
Back Peddle Reach
60 Yd. Carioca Shuttle Run
60 Yd. Shuffle Shuttle Run
Barbell Shrug
60 Yd. Reverse Carioca Shuttle Run
60 Yd. Shuttle Run
Bear Crawl
60 Yd. Reverse Shuttle Run
Ammo Can Deadlift
Box Depth Jump
60 Yd. Shuffle Shuttle Run
Ammo Can Deadlift (Single Leg)
Box Depth Jump To Sprint

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USMC Fitness Website

There are many components which work to optimize a Marine's physical readiness. Included among these are; physical fitness, diet and nutrition, injury prevention, and fatigue management. The recommended balanced approach requires consideration of all four aspects of physical readiness for optimum performance gains and combat conditioning.

Click here to go to the USMC Fitness website