Veterans  Overcoming Obstacles would like to congratulate Kim Andreaccio on being  named Veteran of the month for November 2019. We are proud and honored to call you one of our own.
 

Kims Story
 

-Branch of service
US Army and Air Force Guard
 

-MOS
97Bravo (Counter Intel) and 1COX2 (Aviation Resource Management)
 

-Unit
66 MI Group and 140th Operations Group
 

-AGE
47
 

-VO2 EVENTS TAKEN PART IN SO FAR
None
 

-FUTURE VO2 EVENTS/GOALS TO TAKE PART IN
Veterans day March challenge
 

-tell us about your pre VO2 struggles  
 

PreVO2 struggles included fitness and trying to find the time to get a  workout in.  I failed a PT test in Feb (the run) because I did not make  working out a priority and would try to work out after work and would  skip the gym more than go because I was tired and just wanted to go home  and relax.  Pre VO2 I did not get involved in any outside physical  fitness challenges.  I did not feel motivated and strong enough to  compete.    
 

-tell us about how VO2 came into your life and helped change it.
 

VO2 came into my life because I decided that working out in the AM was  the best for me. so I joined Devis Dogg Crossfit to work out in the  mornings at least 2 to 3 times a week.  I love getting in a good workout  before I start my day.  I like being a member of a class and doing  different activities every day.
 

-Favorite quote.
 

"Everyone has an invisible sign hanging from their neck saying, 'Make me feel important'.  ~Mary Kay Ash
 

Thank you for sharing and congratulations once again Kim!