About a year ago I my walks down the block turned into a mile, then three miles, then to jogging. I could have used a knee injury to say 'Oh, I'm done with this exercise thing,' but I just needed to balance that injury and modify the way I exercise. Get motivated, regardless of your age or current fitness level. You can do all kinds of things out there!
Randy Villines, Fire Department
Deena Woolsey, Building Development
When the first CODE 3 Bootcamp started I was very nervous, but I wanted to push myself to see what I was capable of doing. In the class we were encouraged to do two more push-ups, two more sit-ups. It was amazing the changes that happened in those 8 weeks. It is amazing what we've all accomplished together.
Cathy Gaw, Health
Cathy Gaw's weight had been see-sawing for years. Hear how Cathy shed more than 90 pounds and gained a new energy for life after fad diets and spotty bouts of exercise had failed.
Steve Stinnett, Fire
Steve Stinnett calls himself an occupational athlete and considers being fit a lifesaving proposition not only for himself, but for those he helps in the line of duty. As a firefighter, he believes it's irresponsible not to keep yourself in good physical condition.