1.9.15: Get #ShootFit in 2015 – This Week on Gun Talk Radio
Mandeville, LA – It’s physical fitness for shooters, a rising youth competitive shooter, another win in New Jersey, and more, this week on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk® Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.
Julie Golob, competitive shooter for Team Smith & Wesson, author, and firearms ambassador, has pledged to get ‘#SHOOTFIT’ in 2015, and wants others to join in. “Physical fitness plays an important role in how well we are able to perform on the range. Agility, strength and endurance can be put to the test in many action shooting events. Even for precision based shooting, getting healthy and staying in shape helps you perform your best,” says Golob, on her blog. Find out more this Sunday when Golob joins Tom to discuss her firearms fitness goals, and read more about the first steps at http://www.juliegolob.com/5-steps-to-help-you-get-shootfit-in-2015.
Ten-year-old youth competitive shooter Shyanne Roberts visits Gun Talk this week to encourage others kids and teenagers to get involved in competitive shooting sports. Roberts entered into the world of 3-Gun in 2014, and looks to enter even more competitions this year, and continues to be a great advocate for young shooters with the media. Find out more about Roberts, and what’s coming up for her in 2015 http://www.shyanneroberts.com.
Also on this Sunday, Attorney Evan Nappen with another win! This time, “the New Jersey Appellate Division issued a decision finding that the Neptune Township Police and Monmouth County Superior Court erred because the chief failed to discuss the permit matter with the applicant before his denial and then failed to appear at the hearing to answer for his denial.” Find out more here: http://www.ammoland.com/2015/01/wins-appeal-nj-police-chiefs-cant-shrug-off-firearms-permit-process/#axzz3O0lgCsws.
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