Nutrition

Fit For Performance Powered by P3 (Performance Triad)

Last Updated: August 08, 2018
Skip Navigation LinksAPHC Home / Topics / Healthy Living / Nutrition / Fit For Performance Powered by P3 (Performance Triad)

A scientifically based lifestyle and behavior modification program designed to help Soldiers*:

- Lose weight and/or meet their body fat standard as outlined in AR 600-9; Army Body Composition Program

- Maximize military readiness and job performance

- Lower risk of weight-related disease

- Look and feel better


The Army MOVE!23 questionnaire is no longer being utilized and has not been replaced. Please see below for further details.

 For information, or to make an appointment, please call Clinical Nutrition Services at your local Medical Treatment Facility. 

INSTALLATION - MEDICAL TREATMENT FACILITY APPOINTMENT PHONE NUMBER
REGIONAL HEALTH COMMAND - EUROPE
Landstuhl, GE - Landstuhl Regional Medical Center External LinkDSN 314-590-7144 CIV: +49 06371 94647144
Bavaria, GE - Bavaria MEDDAC Preventive Medicine Department External Link06371-9464-2300; DSN 590-2300
Vicenza, IT - USAHC Vicenza External Link0444-61-9075; DSN 636-9075

REGIONAL HEALTH COMMAND - PACIFIC

 
Ft. Irwin, CA - Weed ACH External Link760.380.3178
Schofield Barracks, HI - Tripler AMC& USAHC Schofield Barracks External Link808-433-8210/8276 or DSN 315
TAMC, HI - Tripler AMC External Link808-433-4950
Ft. Wainwright, AK -Bassett ACH External Link907-361-5276
JB Lewis McChord, WA - Madigan, AMC External Link253-968-0547
Presidio of Monterey, CA - Presidio of Monterey AHC External Link831-242-5907 (DSN 768)
Yongsan, South Korea - Brian Allgood Community Hospital External Link   Click Health Promotion, then Nutrition Care DivisionDSN 315-737-1570

REGIONAL HEALTH COMMAND - ATLANTIC

 
Carlisle Barracks, PA - Dunham U.S. AHC External Link  none
Ft. Bragg, NC - Womack AMC External Link910-907-3438
Ft. Drum, NY - Guthrie  AHC External Link315 -772-6404
Ft. Knox, KY - Ireland ACH External Link502-624-9713
Ft. Lee, VA - Kenner ACH External Link804-734-9993
Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA - McDonald AHC External Link757-314-7612
West Point, NY - Keller ACH External Link845-938-2374
Ft. Benning, GA - Martin ACH External Link762-408-1182
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD - Kirk Army Health Clinic410-278-7472
Ft. Campbell, KY - Blanchfield ACH External Link270-798-8600
Ft. Gordon. GA -Eisenhower AHC External Linknone
Ft. Meade, MD - Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center External Linknone
Ft. Jackson, SC - Moncrief ACH External Link803-751-2489
Ft. Stewart, GA - Winn ACH External Link912-435-6707
Ft. Rucker, AL - Lyster AHC External Link334-255-7986
Redstone Arsenal, AL - Fox AHC Wellness Clinic External Linknone

REGIONAL HEALTH COMMAND - CENTRAL

Joint Base San Antonio, TX - Brooke AMC External Link210-808-3609/2232
Ft, Hood, TX - Carl R. Darnall AMC External Link254-288-8860
Ft. Polk, LA - Bayne-Jones ACH External Link337-531-3129
Ft. Sill, OK - Reynolds ACH External Link580-558-2825
Ft. Bliss, TX - William Beaumont AMCnone
Ft. Huachuca, AZ - Raymond W Bliss AHC External Link520-533-3536

Ft. Leavenworth, KS - Munson AHC External Link

913-684-6250
Ft. Carson, CO - Evans ACH External Link719-526-7290
Ft. Leonard Wood, MO - General Leonard Wood ACH External Link573-596-1762
Ft. Riley, KS - Irwin ACH External Link785-239-7644
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center External Link301-400-2801

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION (NCR)

Ft. Belvoir, VA -Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital External Link

571-231-3369

*Adult Army beneficiaries interested in FFP may contact the local Nutrition Care Division for space availability and potential participation.

Through a series of sessions, Soldiers will receive group and/or individual counseling.
 Fit For Performance concentrates on 4 key areas that are essential for long-term weight loss success and these include: sleep, activity, nutrition, and mindfulness.

Soldiers remaining on Fit For Performance can expect a holistic approach to weight counseling with tips on meal planning, mindful eating, performance nutrition and the psychology of weight loss.

Upon completion of the mandatory nutrition counseling class (Session 1), a Soldier can choose to continue with Fit For Performance (the recommended best practice approach for optimum weight loss success) or select from other weight loss options as outlined in AR 600-9 and TG 358.

TG 358 Army Weight Management Guide (APHC)

Being a Soldier means being physically able and healthy enough to perform your duties.   TG 358 is designed to help Soldiers meet the Army body composition standards  per AR 600-9.  The Army Body Composition Program (ABCP) states that as part of the Soldier Action Plan, a Soldier is required to read the TG 358 and "meet wtih a dietitian or health care provider within 30 days of enrollment in the ABCP."

The current version of AR 600-9 states:

"As a part of the Soldier Action Plan, Soldiers must complete the Army MOVE!23 interactive questionnaire(http://usaphcapps.amedd.army.mil/move23/register.asp), review the survey results, and record their retrieval code. The retrieval code is to be recorded in the event the Soldiers choose to review the results with a dietitian or health care provider during a nutrition counseling appointment."

 

However, the Army MOVE!23 questionnaire is no longer being utilized and has not been replaced.  A revision to AR 600-9 will be published soon and will not include that requirement.  The retrieval code is not needed to provide to the dietitian as the regulation now states. 


General Weight Management

Government Resources

Nutrition.gov Weight Management External Link       

Provides up-to-date, science-based information on weight control, obesity, physical activity, and related nutritional issues; includes a section on commonly asked questions concerning weight management.

     

    USDA Super Tracker External Link  Provides information for adults on how to personalize a daily food and activity plan to help you lose weight.  Helps you analyze what you eat and create healthy plates which includes incorporating a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables to your meals and snacks. 

     

     

    CDC Overweight and Obesity Statistics External Link            

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides data and statistics on Adult and Childhood obesity and U.S. obesity trends; also provides information on various surveillance systems.

    healthy living apple

        DID THIS NUTRITION WEB PAGE HELP YOU? External Link