Hey Bro of course! I am working on some research rihgt now for my fitness class at FDIC there are three options I recommend for what you want! You can do a conventional 5 day a week weight lifting program plus cardio for weight loss, Do P90X, or a Punch kettle bell work out routine! I think the Punch Kettle Bell program is best because it allows you to build lean body mass, push your cardiac threshold and increase flexibility in a 30 minute high intensity routine 2 to 3 times a week with moderate recovery exercise on the off days. Of course what ever you choose for your workout program diet is extremely important I would suggest seeing a nutritionist! Forward me your email address and I can send you some more information!
Do you have any good workout and weight loss tips for a fellow brother and former football player that will help me loos the weight but put some more muscle mass on me to make me the lean mean firefighting machine I once was?
We are having a FOOLS meeting this Tuesday. Are you on shift? I sent Josh a application for you. See him for details. We are meeting at 18:30 at the Tin Roof on S. Carothers in B-Wood. Hope to see you their. Bring some freinds!
I am in my Tulsa office Monday and Tuesday of this week. I am speaking Thursday and Friday. My cell is always best 201 406 8278. When you have some spare time give me a call and we can set up a pod cast. Thank you Bobby
Nice to see you in here I hope you get to share some of you healthy heart and wellness tips with us! I hope you can join us again at FDIC 2009! Let me know when you can get some time for an interview with Fire Engineering magazine and .com we would love to help you get your message out.
Erron. Awesome to "see" you here, I saw the updated WCRS page and figured you were well. Imagine the family is too. Glad you made the fire service your career. What shift did you end up on? Tell those B-Shifters I said hey and keep your heads down.
Hey Erron, I just joined this thing and what a cool suprise to see you here. Man thanks for great Gator perfomances!!! You don't remember me, but we worked the boat plant fire in Archer together....well not together, but we were both there. I work for ACFR at Station 16. Anyway, good to see you fanning the flames and flamming the fans! Stay safe.
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