A 39 -year-old man has decided to completely change their own lives around to become a better parent and spouse to his family. In simply six months, his determination and hard work have already achieved results so unbelievable, his family scarcely acknowledge him.
In August, Montana-based antiques dealer Jeremiah Peterson went on a backpacking trip-up to a mountain lagoon with his children. “Instead of recollecting all the good memories we had attained on this trip all I can recollect is this one thing that maintained playing in my head over and over again, ” Jeremiah wrote on his Instagram. “I find myself running out of breath and having to take breaks style before my 9, 7, and 6-year-old kids.”
Combining a strict keto diet and intensive regular exercise, the man began his transformation. “Don’t be afraid of it, don’t hide from it. Stare your fat ass in the face and opt who is going to win.” For half a year, he spent two hours hiking and an hour in the gym daily. Losing 82 pounds, Jeremiah went from size 42 in jeans to a 33.
“I ran from having a real dadbod to having a college kid’s physique, ” Jeremiah told Daily Mail. “Since going from fat to lean it’s built everything better, my hair and skin appear healthier, you can see my jawline instead of chubby cheeks and I have abs.”
Jeremiah credits his beloved children with inspiring him to make changes to his lifestyle, and health problems, too. “It transforms not only your physical self but the style you think and feel, as well as the future you want for your family. I know if I can do it anyone can.”
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But after one family trip, he made up his mind to change their own lives around
In August, Jeremiah went on a backpacking journey to a mountain pond with his children
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Minneapolis Police Commander Scott Gerlicher, left, and Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent in Charge Alex Khu, right, are heading up security preparations for the Super Bowl in Minnesota.( AP)
MINNEAPOLIS- Concrete roadblocks and chain-link fencing are going up around the site of the Super Bowl in downtown Minneapolis, where a contingent of local, state and national bureaux is working to ensure that the game and dozens of related events are safe.
The downtown location of the Feb. 4 title game has presented challenges for authorities, who have had to get creative as they engraved a procure perimeter around businesses and a major hospital near U.S. Bank Stadium. But it’s not the first time the Super Bowl has dealt with the challenges of a city center, and authorities who have spent roughly two years thinking about every possible scenario say they are prepared.
“We’re ready for anything that may come our route, ” Minneapolis Police Commander Scott Gerlicher said. “It’s about not just feeling safe, but stimulating sure people are in fact safe.”
Gerlicher, whose department is supervising security, said this Super Bowl will have the largest deployment of federal resources yet. That’s because Minneapolis has a relatively small department — less than 900 policemen compared with the approximately 5,000 in Houston, where last year’s game was keep — and needed more personnel.
Dozens of other cities are sending officers too, and the Minnesota National Guard has been activated. An additional 10,000 volunteers are being training to spot suspicious activity.
Visitors can expect to see increased police patrols, bomb-sniffing puppies, helicopters, policemen in tactical gear, and that chain-link and concrete fence around U.S. Bank Stadium.
Plenty of technology such as motion detectors, closed-circuit cameras and air particle sensors will be operating behind the scenes. Giant machines are being used to scan shipments to the stadium. Extra security cameras will be sprinkled around the city, and NFL-sanctioned events will have metal detectors. Teams will be in place is responding to whatever comes up.
“Our endeavours are to make sure that it’s a warm and inviting atmosphere. But construct no mistake about it — there are tons of watchful eyes from the law enforcement and public safety sectors, ” said Alex Khu, special agent in charge of Homeland Security Investigations in Minnesota and the federal coordinator for this year’s Super Bowl.
Because of the dense region around the stadium, some security screening will be happening off-site. They also had to figure out how to secure Super Bowl Live, a largely free-flowing, 10 -day outdoor event that’s open to the public. Meanwhile, some events are being held in nearby St. Paul and at the Mall of America in Bloomington, while team hotels, practice facilities — and transportation to and from — also must be secured.
Jeffrey Miller, former senior vice president and chief security officer for the NFL, said each host city faces different challenges. In Minneapolis, perhaps the biggest is the climate. He said security personnel may need to be doubled or tripled to keep people from being exposed to dangerous components for a prolonged time.
“That’s a challenge, and it’s a costly one you don’t have if playing in San Diego, ” he said.
Miller said setting up a perimeter around a downtown venue is harder than defining one up around a stadium surrounded by parking lots. Designers, technologists and other experts are part of the planning. For fans, he said, there are advantages to being downtown and close to the action.
“The NFL is really good at trying to balance security requires with the fan engagement part of the equation, ” he said.
Miller said officials also have to take into account recent world events — entailing the possibility of a terror attack.
FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Joe Rivers poses at the FBI Minneapolis field office in Brooklyn Center, Minn. ( AP)
Joe Rivers, deputy special agent in charge of the FBI in Minneapolis, said a threat appraisal for video games has included investigating assaults around the world. He cited the May bombing of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, the Oct. 1 shooting at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas and the Oct. 31 vehicle attack on a New York City bike path. Without providing detail, Rivers said authorities use those attacks to shape their plans.
Local history must also be considered. Minneapolis has seen dozens of young men travel to Somalia or Syria to join extremist groups over the past decade. There also has been a stabbing assault at a central Minnesota mall and a most recent bombing of a local mosque.
“It’s impossible for us to ignore the historical suits that we’ve had here and the type of threats … that we’ve addressed, ” Rivers said.
He said there is no believable menace to the Super Bowl, and authorities are continuing to gather intelligence. River said his main concerns are low-tech threats, such as someone driving a vehicle into or firing a weapon at a crowd.
“Not to alarm anyone, but it’s not hard to come by weapons in this country and with where our venues are situated and things like that, there’s no way we can possibly secure every single floor of every single building that can see a venue or can overlook a crowd, so those are concerns, yes, ” he said.
Fans attending Super Bowl events can help by staying vigilant. In addition to calling 911, people who see something suspicious can call 1-800-CALL-FBI. In the event of something like the Boston Marathon bombing, the FBI has created a website where witness can upload videos and photos so the FBI can gather evidence quickly.
“Obviously, the best occurrence scenario is that we hope that we do all of this … and no one never even realizes all the legwork that went into it on the front end, ” Rivers said. “They simply show up, have a good time, and leave and go home.”