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    Posted December 4, 2010 by
    szahn34
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    **BREAKING NEWS**

     

    **BREAKING NEWS**  46 year old pediatrician goes crazy!  Scott Zahn, a father of 4, appears to have gone insane.  He has decided to try to join CNN's 2011 Fit Nation Tri Challenge.  Overweight and unfit, Zahn thinks that he is ready to do something that he has never done before - get fit.  "I have never seen him run more than a mile" one witness reports.

     

    "It is time for me to get off my butt and do something about my weight",  says Zahn.  He thinks that it is time to change his chronic over-eating and lack of exercise.  His high blood pressure and poor lipids would also suggest that this is something that is long overdue.

     

    "As a pediatrician I should set a better example for my patients" Zahn said.    James, age 14,  agrees, "He tells me to eat better and get some exercise, but look at him".

     

    "He is exactly the kind of person we are looking for to be part of the "Six Pack" for the 2011 challenge" an unnamed neurosurgeon confirms.

     

    Although clearly off his rocker, this is just the type of thing that may help and motivate Zahn to make the changes for a healthier lifestyle.

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