NCRPO Policemen to undergo brutal 2 months weight loss program

NCRPO Policemen to undergo brutal 2 months weight loss program




“Being healthy bug” has infected the Philippine National Police, so much so that all policemen in Metro Manila with weight problems need to undergo an intense weight reduction program to get their bodies back in shape and achieve a normal body mass index (BMI).
Spearheaded by NCRPO chief Maj. Gen. Debold Sinas himself said, he will be the “model” of the weight loss program among the police officers.


"Actually, I am the target to (be) the model, what we will do next week is to launch the target reduction of BMI," Sinas said.
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In the effort to further professionalize the organization, the BMI requirement is part of the physical fitness program of the PNP.

Sinas said all police officers in Metro Manila would be given lectures and assigned tasks to undergo an exercise program during a two-month weight loss period.

Those who will fail the BMI requirement after two months (Feb to March) will be required to attend the summer camp.



"February and March and there is no substantial reduction, there is a summer camp and all obese will be accumulated and stay in the camp for one month or two months," he said.
The camp will offer free food but this will only be vegetables, particularly, lettuce, carrots, and cucumber.
Sinas said that exercise and weight loss progress of policemen will be monitored by medical personnel and dieticians.

Sinas said there around 3,000 to 4,000 overweight and obese cops in the NCRPO.


"Kung ayaw mo mag-reduce, get out of NCRPO [If you don’t want to reduce your weight, get out of NCRPO]," he said.





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