The Fort Knox Army Wellness Center helps address participants’ lifestyle issues and helps them develop a healthier way of living. It empowers individuals to build, sustain and manage their own good health.
The center offers programs and services that help clients achieve lifestyle change which might help prevent or mitigate chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
Those free programs include; body composition analysis, metabolic analysis, exercise testing, stress management and sleep education. The wellness center also offers classes covering topics such as healthy sleep habits, how to increase one’s metabolism, introduction to biofeedback and general wellness education.
The AWC approach is holistic, incorporating body and mind as well as multiple disciplines such as fitness, nutrition, stress management, wellness, self-care, tobacco education and sleep hygiene.
To read about one of the AWC’s success stories, click here:
Knox employee loses 55 pounds through Army Wellness Center
Eligibility: Member of the armed forces, their family members, retirees, DOD civilians or contractors.
Enrollment into the program is limited, and participants must first fill out a program enrollment packet, found in the link below.
Civilian Fitness Program Enrollment Packet-update.pdf