THE director of the Zamboanga City Police Office (ZCPO) has expanded his “10,000 Steps” physical fitness program, covering all personnel of the ZCPO.
The program was expanded effective Wednesday, January 26, 2022, the fifth day of its implementation with a starting point of the brisk walk from Pasonanca village to the ZCPO headquarters in Zone 4 village, Zamboaanga City.
Police Colonel Alexander Lorenzo, acting ZCPO director, introduce the physical fitness program a few days after he assumed as the new ZCPO chief.
The “10,000 Steps” program was initially intended for those who were classified as overweight based on their Body Mass Index (BMI) standard.
“Keeping the body in good health is everyone’s concern,” Lorenzo told his personnel, advising them to maintain a healthy diet and exercise.
The 10,000 Steps aims to encourage all ZCPO personnel to take part in the daily physical fitness activity to keep their body healthy and ready to perform the mission of the organization with enthusiasm.
Lorenzo said he introduced the program to provide competent, professional, effective, and efficient ZCPO personnel. (SunStar Zamboanga)
ZAMBOANGA. Police Colonel Alexander Lorenzo, acting Zamboanga City Police Office (ZCPO) director (right), expands his '10,000 Steps' physical fitness program covering all personnel of the ZCPO effective Wednesday, January 26. A photo handout shows Lorenzo assembling the ZCPO personnel early Thursday, January 27, at Cesar Climaco Freedom Park in Abong-Abong, Pasonanca village, the starting point of the Day 6 of the program. (SunStar Zamboanga)
January 27, 2022
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