WILL Interactive is proud to support Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) with a series of sixteen new VEILS® to increase the resilience and performance of Soldiers, Family members, and DA Civilians.
CSF is responsible for increasing physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and family strengths through a program of continuous self-development.
Through CSF, VEILS® now trains every member of the Army to possess more than just the standard physical and technical capabilities.
- Single Parenting
Single parents in the Army have many unique challenges. From locating Army resources to developing solid Care Plans, single parents have major decisions to make.
- Blended Families
What happens when you mix multiple stepchildren, rotating child custody arrangements, and recently divorced couples trying to raise children as a team? Blended families have special considerations in staying resilient.
- Premarital Decisions
Marriage can be the greatest success in life, or it can be a really poor decision that sets you back. Couples thinking about marriage have important realities to consider so they can get it right before it goes wrong.
- Faithfulness in all Relationships
Faithfulness is the rock on which rests our values, our character, and our Army. Faithfulness is a concept that doesn't just apply to a couple – all relationships hold integrity and build resilience only if they reflect a commitment and a bond that won't waver.
- Financial Resilience
Optimal life performance equals optimal Soldier performance. Every Soldier must proactively manage their money and lifestyle choices and plan for their financial future. Financial resilience is an essential skill and a major building block of the all-volunteer force.
- Building Resilience for the Male Spouse
When service members get orders to move, the Family can undergo stress and anxiety. There are a lot of details to work out and decisions to make, but you must also manage the challenging emotional process.
- Building Your Teen's Resilience
Teens have many stressors, from relationship break ups to hormones to dealing with another family move. Parents play a critical role and can practice tangible skills to keep their teenage children resilient.
- Exceptional Family Member Program
The Exceptional Family Member Program is there to provide resources, training, and assistance to those who qualify, including Families with special needs children. With hard work and careful decision-making, every day is a chance to take the next exceptional step.
- Fueling the Military Family
How can a spouse chart the nutritional course for a Military Family? Learn tactics to improve your family's health and eating habits in a sustainable way. How can changes become a new permanent lifestyle?
- Encouraging Healthy Habits as a Leader
As a leader you have a role to mentor the health habits that your Soldiers practice. Learn what to say to keep your Soldiers physically resilient, and how to set a good example.
- Nutrition in the Field
Soldiers in field training or combat need the right food and fluids for energy, focus, and performance. The nutritional choices that Soldiers make in the unique deployed environment can have a direct effect on mission success.
- Losing Weight
Losing weight may be essential for your performance, your career, and your health. Unfortunately, many choose to lose weight in ways that put all of those at risk. Learn how to make effective and permanent improvements.
- Supplements and Fluids
Everyone wants to improve performance, but advertisers for supplements and energy drinks tell you just what you want to hear. Learn what is essential for high performance and when you can have too much of a good thing.
- High Performance Nutrition
You don't have to be a health nut to want more performance from your diet. Some foods help your physical and mental performance more than others, and what you think is healthy may not be.
The Army tells Soldiers to run, a lot, but not everyone instructs them how. From choosing the right shoes, to using proper stride and alignment, to developing a training schedule, this module can prevent injury and improve performance.
- The ATC Model: Activation Event, Thoughts, and Consequences
How do you handle hard times? The way you think about the events can shape the way you feel about events. Using the Actions, Thoughts, Consequences model can shape your life and improve future events.