- [Narrator] A soldier weighs in, about to begin the Brostrom Backsquat, a fitness challenge in the Bayonet Warrior Athlete Program. Sergeant Joshua Servian from Headquarters Headquarters Battery Division Artillery tells us about his experience with BWAP."My first impressions about BWAP were that it was a great program and it surprised me that the Division was funding this for all the units. And it showed their dedication to readiness" (said Sgt. Servian)- [Narrator] The program challenges athletic performance, but also prevents injury by teaching preventative measures.- And you're stuck right here. Do not fall forward, okay? You simply (bar crashes) drop the weight back."I thought it was a great program Division put together to get more weight training and functional movements incorporated into regular unit physical training," (said Sgt. Servian)"Absolutely important that we do this. It's absolutely important that we continue to build this spirit of competition and this foundation of fitness, health, and wellness, across the Division. And I look to each and every one of you to get back out there, take it with you" (said 7ID Command Sgt. Maj Henton).- [Narrator] From Joint Base Lewis-McChord, I'm Army Sergeant, A.J. Bate