Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Alternative Equipment

Pay It Forward

On March 9th to the 15th 34 students from Arcadia University worked with The Esperanza Foundation of Mexico to successfully lay the foundation of two new homes in Tijuana, Mexico.

Esperanza is a non-profit organization that provides low income families the resources to develop a better life. Through focused projects of self help, Esperanza helps build both homes and stronger communities.

To find out more information on Esperanza of Mexico please visit www.esperanzademexico.org. For information on Esperanza International visit www.esperanzainternational.org

Wednesday's WOD

4 Rounds of

Jumping Pull Ups
8 Count Body Builders
Box Jumps
KB High Pulls from the floor
DB Thrusters
Band Rows

1 minute at each movement. 1 minute rest between rounds.

"Good actions give strengths to ourselves and inspire good actions in others." -Plato


Sam L said...

Good work Greg!

RhinoChiroCenter said...

Nice work Greg!!!! That is a trip you will always remember I am sure. Give of your own abundance.
However, why is everyone in some brown or red "uniform" t-shirt, where you, my little fasion maverick, opted for the tight, sleeveless, All-Blacks jersey?

Gregory K said...

Thank You Guys!

Doc D, Sun's Out Guns Out!

RhinoChiroCenter said...

I concur my good man!!!

Pamela MacElree said...

So philosophical!

Good job Greg.

Rob said...

Excellent work, and good to be associated with a guy doing good things in a needy place.
I went for a run this AM and then got on the scale...with the warm weather I lost 8lbs....must have been water weight...I think 5 miles in 28 minutes was pretty good. Who knows with all of the powerlifting you guys are preaching?!!!

Dawn said...

Greg- Love the gun show!

Spam- Made the spaghetti squash. It was fantastic! I'd be lying if I said I wasn't intimidated by such a gord but it worked out well.

Gregory K said...

Dawn, keep your tickets for the raffle.

Pam, I like the new challenge. In my head I completed it in 29:37

Gregory K said...

Rob, Thanks!

Rob said...

No, Thank you, Dude...some good pics from South of the border. Sorry I will not be able to make a second Sunday in a row for the running workout. I'm out of town this weekend. But I'll be back for Monday Powerlifting.

Rob said...

By the way, Doc D calling Greg his little FASHION maverick is quite ironic...would that be the proverbial pot calling the kettle black? Glad to see that Doc D has taken Greg under his fashionable wing.

Pamela MacElree said...

Dawn, Do not fear the squash!

Greg, That's funny I actually did the WOD in 29:35.

Rob, unacceptable.

Rob said...

I thought congratulating Greg on his work in Mexico would be acceptable as well as teasing Doc D about being a mentor to a fashion maverick. My apologies to everyone on the blog who was offended by my comments. Please feel free to send your comments to rross372@gmail.com.

Pamela MacElree said...

Rob, you have mail.