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Airman 1st Class Austin Bristow, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning apprentice with the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron, performs shoulder flys Nov. 2, 2017, in the fitness center on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Bristow schedules his workouts in a manner that allow him to alternate between exercising his upper and lower body. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Elora J. Martinez) AF motivates Airman to get, stay in shape
Looking at Bristow now, standing at 5 feet 10 inches, weighing roughly 180 pounds, it is completely unapparent he used to weigh almost 220 pounds two years ago. With motivation from his brothers and the prospects of joining the Air Force, Bristow was able to accomplish his goals to improve his fitness and lose weight.
0 11/07
2017
The supplement business is a multi-billion dollar industry that is not currently regulated like conventional food and drug products by the Food and Drug Administration. The use of supplements is designed to add further nutritional value to the diet, not to act as a meal replacement. Research dietary supplements before use
Supplements often fall into a gray area, as they are neither vitamins nor drugs, and Airmen can easily be tricked into buying what they think will help them with weight gain or loss. With lack of research and improper use, consumers may face negative results, such as high blood pressure, dehydration and increased heart rate.
0 6/21
2017
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