Pregnancy and Postpartum Physical Training (P3T) is a combined exercise training and health education program led by a team of highly-qualified, versatile health educators from Navy and Marine Corps Force Health Protection Command. The program is open to all eligible Warfighters currently pregnant or up to 12 months postpartum and is designed to improve health, retention and readiness.

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Getting Started with CoachMePlus

P3T participants have access to the CoachMePlus app, which gives them the ability to stay connected to the program no matter where they work or live

Click here to gain access

Finding the App
  • Using your mobile app store, search for “coachmeplus”
  • Download to your mobile device
    • Note: app data is stored in the cloud and will not take up local space on your mobile device
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Logging In

A P3T program member will enable you within 24-48 hours of receiving your account request. You will receive a welcome email from with the group code and your username. If you do not receive one in your inbox, check your spam or trash folder. Once you receive the email, select “activate account” and update password.

  • Open the CM+ app
  • Enter warfighterwellness, then select “connect”
  • Select “continue” when you see the sign in pop up
  • Enter your email/username and password, then select “login”
  • Ensure you enable notifications

The classes are structured to include centering (for balance and body awareness), proper warm-up, strength, cardio, flexibility, special pregnancy and postpartum exercises and relaxation techniques in each one-hour session. Participants appreciate the variety of exercises provided within the class sessions and the emphasis on safety.

This comprehensive program also offers informative education classes with up to 30 topics available to support overall health and well-being for the pregnant and postpartum Warfighter. Topics range from “Physical Changes During Pregnancy” to “Weight Management Postpartum” and “Caring for Your Sick Child” to “Pairing Up for Pregnancy”.

U.S. Navy Photos by Jonathan Donnelly, Warfighter Wellness

If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line at 988 and press 1, or Text 838255. You can also call 911.