TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Call it inspiration through perspiration.
Gov. Kevin Stitt arrived in Tulsa on Thursday for a workout with Fit First Responders, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to providing physical and mental health services to military, firefighters, medics and law enforcement.
Coach J.C. founded the organization in 2015.
He is clearly passionate for exercise and a commitment to keeping our bravest and finest healthy.
“Suicide is at an all-time high. Depression is at an all-time high. Obesity is at an all-time high. That is not OK,” said JC. “These are our heroes and they need to be taken care of.”
Stitt, his son, Remington, Sheriff Scott Walton of the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office, and others went through a rigorous workout.