Inanunsyo na ang top 10 “biggest losers” ng PNP Weight Loss and Fitness Program na mas kilala bilang “Chubby Anonymous Project” nitong Mayo 3.
Sa 80 personnel na lumahok sa nakaraang dalawang buwan simula nang ilunsad ang programa, itinuring na “biggest weight losers” sina: PCPL Kenneth Paredes, 24.1 kg; PCPL Nino Anthony Alfonso, 19 kg; PMAJ Cesar Velasco, 14.7 kg; PLTCOL Xerblyn Germino, 12.5 kg; PLTCOL Elinor Bautista, 12.15 kg; PCPL James Adrian Palma, 11.8 kg; PCPL Joana Karla Masajo, 11.8 kg; PCPL Crisostomo Presto, Jr., 10.3 kg; PSSG Ryan Guillermo, 10 kg; at PMAJ Michelle Ferrer, 9.8 kg.
Bukod sa group at individual physical workouts (tulad ng 4-minute walking, weigh-in, girth measurement, daily food at activity logs) sa tulong ng Chubby Anonymous Project coaches, lumahok din ang mga partisipante sa serye ng virtual sessions, nutritional consultations, at exercise at health assessments.
Hindi naman natigil sa kani-kanilang trabaho ang mga naturang personnel.
Sa pinakahuling weigh-in at assessment report, 24.1 kg o 53 lbs ang pinakamataas na nabawas na timbang, habang 3 kg o 6.6 lbs naman ang pinakamababa.
Nagbigay rin ng special awards para sa top 3 male and female categories. Namigay rin ng sponsored gift packs ang PNP.
Mismong si PNP Chief Debold Sinas, na nakapagbawas na rin ng 32.7 kg o 72 lbs gawa ng sinusunod nitong weight loss routine sa nakalipas na limang buwan, ang naglunsad ng programa noong Marso 4 sa tulong na rin ng Fit Filipino Movement at ng mag-asawang fitness coaches na sina Jim at Toni Saret.
“This voluntary program is a special project under the Office of the Chief PNP, that primarily aims to promote wellness and fitness through improved exercise and nutritional habits. We want our PNP personnel to have a more active and healthier lifestyle especially during this pandemic situation where health is a major concern,” saad ng PNP Chief.
Nakatulong din diumano ang programa sa mga PNP personnel na may comorbidities. Naudyukan din nito ang police at non-commissioned officers na kamtin ang BMI na kailangan sa promosyon sa ilalim ng PNP MC 2020-029.
“I believe that this project is sustainable, effective and beneficial for our PNP personnel’s physical well-being and I wish that the program will continue and be adopted by other police units even if I am already retired from service,” paghihimok ng hepe ng PNP.
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