Colonel Bob - 60th Birthday and Losing It?

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Fitness guru and author, Lt. Col. Bob Weinstein (ret.), celebrates his 60th birthday at Briny's Restaurant, Riverfront, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. on April 15, 2011. He has been featured on the History Channel, Fox Sports Net, Fox & Friends and many others.

"I seem to have maintained all my mental faculties. I joke with one of my long-term clients who is already over sixty. Albert, when we both reach the age of eighty, we'll be asking each other who we are every five minutes."

Fitness guru and author, Lt. Col. Bob Weinstein (ret.), celebrates his 60th birthday at Briny's Restaurant, Riverfront, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. on April 15, 2011. He has been featured on the History Channel, Fox Sports Net, Fox & Friends and many others.

Asked about his secret to a long and healthy life, Colonel Weinstein responds, "Eat right. Think the right thoughts. Move the body. Don't take yourself too seriously. Maintain a sense of humor. Care about others and don't forget to give the Creator his due respect. That's the quick version in a nutshell."

"I seem to have maintained all my mental faculties. I joke with one of my long-term clients who is already over sixty. Albert, when we both, God willing, reach the age of eighty and continue our training together, we'll be asking each other who we are every five minutes."

After thirty years of service with the U.S. Army, both active and reserve time, along with years as a fitness boot camp trainer, he is still going strong with total weekly training of 18 hours per week. "I don't let the clients have all the fun. I am a participant with all my personal training clients. The training is outdoors and on the move."

On Friday, April 15, 2011, he will celebrate with friends at Briny's on Riverfront in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. He requests that instead of gifts, donations be made to the Covenant House, a place for homeless and runaway youth. Website: http://www.covenanthousefl.org. He has done volunteer work for the Covenant House.

More about Lt. Col. Bob Weinstein: http://www.beachbootcamp.net
Born in Washington, D.C., Lt. Col. Bob Weinstein grew up in Virginia and spent 20 years in Berlin, Germany; he is retired from the United States Army Reserve as a Lieutenant Colonel with 30 years of service and spent about half that time as a senior military instructor with the Command & General Staff College. He has been featured on radio and television, among others, on the History Channel, Fox Sports Net, Fox & Friends as well as in various publications such as the Washington Times, The Miami Herald and the Las Vegas Tribune. His background is unique and diverse, including: military instructor, attorney, motivational speaker, wellness coach, certified corporate trainer, and certified personal trainer. He is fluent in German and English. He is nationally known as the Health Colonel and is a popular motivational speaker at corporate events and banquets and conducts military-style workouts on Fort Lauderdale Beach utilizing strength, cardio, flexibility and agility training - both in personal training and group sessions. He strongly believes in the importance of giving back to the community. Col. Weinstein has volunteered his time for homeless and run-away kids at the Covenant House and also devotes time to training youth who are members of the US Naval Sea Cadets Corps, Team Spruance, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He is a member of the American Council on Exercise. He is the author of Fitness Boot Camp For All Shapes and Sizes, Weight Loss – Twenty Pounds in Ten, Quotes to Live By, Discover Your Inner Strength (co-author), 600 Push-ups 30 Variation, Food & Fitness Journal and Ten Week Workout Plan. Some of his previous clients as a guest speaker include: Sony, DHL, American Express, KPMG, AOL, IBM, AARP, SmithBarney, Green Bay Packers and Humana.

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