Fitness regime working wonders for overweight border patrol police

Fitness regime working wonders for overweight border patrol police

 

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Thailand's borders look to be safer than ever after overweight policemen were put through their paces. 

 

Thai Rath showed a 15 minute video of the Border Patrol Police 44 being trained into shape at a slimming down boot camp. 

 

One particular officer who had earlier been picture with an unsightly paunch was now much trimmer. 

 

The officers were shown doing such things as running, doing push-ups, squat thrusts, jogging on the spot and step aerobics.

 

They were also made to wait like schoolboys with their hands behind their backs before being allowed to have lunch. 

 

Then it was a healthy diet of what looked like boiled chicken and vegetables. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

 
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