This NYPD Officer Says No to Donuts and Yes to Being Healthy and in Shape

Police officers are known to swarm donut shops on the regular. Besides donuts being a sugary goodness that many have a hard time resisting, it remains a mystery why this is so. But there's one officer who you definitely won't find in a donut shop anytime soon. police officer Meet Michael Counihan. The 31-year-old buff stud has been a member of the NYPD for eight years, where he patrols the Bronx's 52nd Precinct. Putting the fat, lazy, donut-loving stereotype of his profession to rest, his 5-foot-9, 210-pound physique has people looking at him for more than just the sometimes intimidating and other times heroic uniform he is often dressed up in. Not only does this stud turn heads on the streets, but he's something of a social media phenomenon as well. His Instagram account, NoDonutsHere, has more than 20,000 followers. The media caught wave of Counihan, and in a recent interview with the New York Post, opened up about his fame, and the motivation behind why he created his Instagram account to begin with. police officer "It's to break the negative stereotypes against cops, that they are chubby and overweight and eat doughnuts," he says, "I wanted to build a platform to inspire first responders to be in shape.” police officer While Counihan is extremely proud of the work he puts into his physique, in another interview with The Post he says that at first, his colleagues were less than impressed. “They started poking fun and cracking jokes. Guys would say, ‘Your shirt is too small’ or ‘You’re on steroids.’ That kind of stuff. But now they support me. What keeps me doing it is the comments that I get from my followers. I found out that I motivate and inspire people." What do you think of Counihan's mentality to be an example for a healthier stereotype for police officers? Source: A Plus Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_109659" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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