Staff Sgt. Neil French, a U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team athlete, demonstrates the deadlift exercise for students at Miami Jackson Senior High School during a school visit in support of Army Recruiting and Outreach in Miami, Florida on Jan. 12, 2022.
Army Warrior Fitness Team athletes engage students in Miami
By Jerry Merideth | Jan. 14, 2022
The Army Warrior Fitness team visited Miami Jackson Senior High School, Jan. 13, as the U.S. Army gears up to take the stage at the annual Wodapolozza CrossFit Festival.

Coach's Denise Gorski (on right) and Joan Ash (on left) attended Maj. Allison Brager's induction into her high school's hall of fame. Gorski helped Brager become the school's first female pole vaulter. Ash coached ladies golf and was Brager's Latin teacher, inspiring Brager to enter college as a Classics major.
Astronaut applicant, CrossFit Warrior credits many women for success
By Jason Schaap | March 12, 2021
The sky is not the limit for Maj. Allison Brager. The word “limit” is not really part of her vocabulary, and the sky is something she’s been waiting to blast through since she was 7 years old.

Staff Sgt. Gabriele Burgholzer successfully lifts 194 pounds over her head, setting a new world record in the women’s middleweight division during the Mouser Block event at the Mammoth Strength Challenge on Jan.23 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. (Photo by Sgt. Nicole Narciso)
U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team member sets new world record in the middleweight division of Mouser Block Challenge
By Sgt. 1st Class Reshema Sherlock | Jan. 26, 2021
Army Staff Sgt. Gabriele Burgholzer crushed the world women’s middleweight record in the Mouser Block, hefting a metal box filled with 194 pounds of cast iron plates over her head during the Mammoth Strength Challenge on Jan. 23 in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Sgt. 1st Class Sam Woodberry performs with As You Were in December 2019. 

(U.S. Army photo by Lara Poirrier)
USAREC seeking Soldiers for new ‘Talent,’ eSports, Warrior Fitness, teams
By | Nov. 20, 2020
A search is underway to form The U.S. Army’s Got Talent Team, a new recruiting outreach program, as well as new members to join two other USAREC marquee programs, The U.S. Army eSports Team and the U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team.

From left to right. Capt. Brian Harris, Sgt. Jacob Pfaff, Capt. Ashley Shepherd, and Capt. Rachel Schreiber on the podium for the U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team.
U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team comes out on top at Heart of America
By U.S. Army Mission Support Battalion Public Affairs | Sept. 30, 2020
The Army Warrior Fitness Team brought home one event win and four second-place finishes at the Heart of America team competition here Sept. 25-27.