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Why the New Year Is a Good Time to Start New Habits

Why the New Year Is a Good Time to Start New Habits

Did you know building fitness can help you become a better Corrections Officer? The best part about becoming a serious cadet is testing your limits. Luckily, you have time to build fitness and train your body to accomplish amazing things. As a member of the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center team, your best bet is to be ready for demanding situations, and a healthy body ensures that you will be ready to make the best of your training. Let’s share a few tips to help build endurance, which helps you make sharp decisions and react quickly to keep everyone safe.
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New Year – New Opportunity

New Year – New Opportunity

Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center corrections officers stay in shape in a variety of ways. The strategies they use to lose excess weight, decrease body fat, and gain strength can help you shed those extra pounds. The key lies in three areas: watching what you eat, regular cardio activity, and consistent strength training.
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How to Increase Your Vertical Jump

How to Increase Your Vertical Jump

Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center corrections officers stay in shape in a variety of ways. The strategies they use to lose excess weight, decrease body fat, and gain strength can help you shed those extra pounds. The key lies in three areas: watching what you eat, regular cardio activity, and consistent strength training.
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Do You Know Someone?

Do You Know Someone?

Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center corrections officers stay in shape in a variety of ways. The strategies they use to lose excess weight, decrease body fat, and gain strength can help you shed those extra pounds. The key lies in three areas: watching what you eat, regular cardio activity, and consistent strength training.
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Virtual Career Fair & Hiring Event

Virtual Career Fair & Hiring Event

Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center corrections officers stay in shape in a variety of ways. The strategies they use to lose excess weight, decrease body fat, and gain strength can help you shed those extra pounds. The key lies in three areas: watching what you eat, regular cardio activity, and consistent strength training.
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