In Coimbatore, Obese Policemen Made Fit

by Kathy Jones on  October 12, 2010 at 8:00 PM Lifestyle News
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Police in Tamil Nadu have launched fitness programme for the police personnel who are suffering from obesity. About sixty policemen attended the programme.
 In Coimbatore, Obese Policemen Made Fit
In Coimbatore, Obese Policemen Made Fit

The two-day training programme, which began on Saturday was initiated after a survey established that several policemen suffered from obesity, due to lack of fitness regime and proper food habits.

The sub-inspectors and constables who underwent the programme were hopeful of a positive result.

"During my appointment, I was only 60 kilograms weight but now I am 85 kilograms and I hope after this programme I will be able to reduce my weight by five kg. We will continue this kind of training even after this camp is over," said sub-inspector Maria Jayaseelan Raj.

The programme will be continued for the next six months and another such batch of 60 police personnel have enrolled.

Source: ANI

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