BeaverFit to host second Human Performance Pavilion at AUSA 2023

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The AUSA Human Performance Pavilion powered by BeaverFit will take place at the AUSA 2023 Annual Meeting and Exposition here Oct. 9-11.

The pavilion will showcase premier solutions to train and maintain the Soldier Weapon System, and support Army leaders in operationalizing H2F across the physical, mental, nutritional, sleep and spiritual readiness domains. 

“We’re excited to be the presenting sponsor of the AUSA Human Performance Pavilion for the second year in a row,” said Alex Roodhouse, co-founder of BeaverFit USA. “This year’s pavilion is a must visit for anyone looking to discover, experience and discuss the tools that power the Soldier Weapon System.”

The pavilion will feature:

    • + A mini-Soldier Performance Readiness Center training space showcasing strength, cardio and recovery equipment
    • + Leading human performance industry vendors highlighting solutions to support H2F 
    • + Panels with industry experts speaking to various readiness and H2F topics
Join us for the following events:
    • + Oct. 9, 3:30-4 p.m. Integrating technology into Soldier training and readiness 
    • + Oct. 10, 11:30 a.m.-12:10 p.m.Introducing the Soldier Performance Readiness Center
    • + Oct. 10, 3-3:40 p.m. — H2F Staffing: Stories from the Field
    • + Oct. 10, 3:45-4:15 p.m. Meet & greet book signing with retired SEAC John Troxell 
    • + Oct. 11, 10-10:40 a.m. H2F support for under-resourced brigades
A rendering shows the AUSA Human Performance Pavilion powered by BeaverFit.

BeaverFit is a veteran owned and operated business, and the largest supplier of fitness and tactical training solutions to the U.S. military. BeaverFit continues to innovate human performance equipment and facilities to optimize the resiliency and lethality of the Soldier Weapon System.

Joining BeaverFit in the pavilion are vendors who provide industry leading solutions to support operationalizing H2F at the individual, unit, and installation level. These vendor partners include:

A rendering shows the AUSA Human Performance Pavilion powered by BeaverFit.

“In coordination with industry partners and Army CIMT, we’re looking forward to showcasing how the human performance industry can help Army leaders operationalize H2F at their installations,” said Mike Taylor, co-founder of BeaverFit USA.

Discover the tools that power the Soldier Weapon System and learn how to operationalize your installation for H2F by visiting the AUSA Human Performance Pavilion in Booth 2425.

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