Check out the recording from our recent webinar Closing H2F Capability Gaps with Hunter Treuchet.
The Army's H2F initiative, or Holistic Health and Fitness, is a comprehensive program designed to improve the physical, nutritional, mental, spiritual, and sleep health of Soldiers. The goal of the H2F initiative is to create a more resilient and ready force by reducing injury rates, improving performance, and enhancing overall health and well-being.
Still in its infancy, the H2F initiative is implemented through a variety of programs and initiatives, including performance teams, education and training, and facilities and equipment. Although H2F has the potential to make a significant difference in the health and fitness of Soldiers, some identified gaps have slowed down the rapid adoption and immediate success of the program.
Hunter has been in the Human Performance industry for more than 15 years in College, Air Force, and Army settings. He started his career at William and Mary University before heading to Towson University and the University of Notre Dame. After working with collegiate athletes, Hunter transitioned to the world of warfighters, working as a Strength and Conditioning Coach and Human Performance Program Manager at Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC). In 2021, Hunter took on a full-time position with the US Army as an H2F Program Manager and remains in that position today.
Masters, Physical Education | Ohio University
MS, Recreation Administration | York College
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