New England Warrior Health & Fitness

Home Base is recruiting Veterans for the New England Warrior Health & Fitness Program.  Register today for this 90-day program to receive FREE fitness evaluations, a tailored exercise program, yoga, mental skills coaching and most importantly, a new band of brothers and sisters.  Sessions are held at Home Base’s headquarters in the Charlestown Navy Yard. 

If you are interested or would like to refer an interested applicant for our upcoming class, please click here to fill out our registration form.

Watch the video below to learn more about the benefits of
Home Base’s Warrior Health & Fitness Program 

 

Warrior Health and Fitness: New England

Home Base’s New England Warrior Health and Fitness Program is a FREE, 90-day program designed to help Service Members and Veterans—men and women—in the Boston Metro-area improve their physical health and well-being through supervised physical exercise, education about healthy eating, living, sleep hygiene, stress management and the health benefits of physical activity.

Participants will receive:

  • Fitness Evaluation
  • One-on-One Nutrition Counseling
  • Warrior Yoga
  • Spin Classes
  • Health Education
  • 3 Month Follow-up

The New England Warrior Health and Fitness Program combines the expertise and excellence of the Boston Red Sox, Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine Department, the Red Sox Foundation and Home Base.

New England Warrior Health & Fitness participants had an opportunity to attend a special spin class aboard the USS Constitution this summer.

Pre-participation screenings and health assessments are required for all participants and are conducted free-of-charge at the MGH Sports Medicine Clinic. All classes and workouts take place at Northeastern University.

The ultimate goal of the New England Warrior Health and Fitness Program is to empower Warriors to take control of their physical well-being, provide tools to help manage stress and provide a portal for more complex care for those in need of treatment for the Invisible Wounds of War.

Participants benefit from working in partnership with medical providers to make informed choices that promote lifelong health, while simultaneously forming a new band of ‘brothers and sisters’ through shared experiences designed around positive competition.

Participation Requirements

  • Must be a Veteran or Active Duty Service Member, including National Guard, and Reserves
  • All able-bodied Veterans, including amputees, are eligible to participate
  • Participants represent a balanced demographic of returning Warriors, including those in colleges, employed, not employed, former enlisted, former officers, male and female
  • Discharge status is not a determination for participation