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Monday, April 15, 2013

Boston & “Hellth” Week


We had a whirlwind of a weekend!

But first I want to just say that the tragedy at the Boston Marathon today really hit home. I had several friends and family running and or spectating at the race. Luckily, they are all safe. Some even crossing the finish line minutes before one bomb went off! It breaks my heart. My prayers and thoughts go out to all that were involved.

It’s a crazy world we live in but we have to keep in mind that there IS good and the good will always prevail over the bad.

Check out this video. The explosion goes off, and you would think people would run away from the explosion, but notice how many people actually run TOWARD it. People fled to the explosion to help those in need. THAT is cool.

This was a horrible event and I’m saddend that a day like today that was meant for celebration, achievement, and fun was turned into such a tragedy. Again, my heart goes out to the families and individuals that were hurt or injured.



Today marks day one of “HELLTH” WEEK at GPP

Here was the first workout!



I’m still taking a break from hard workouts for another week, but I spent the morning at the gym coaching and watching people gut this out and it is brutal! What a great start to the week! Noodle legs for sure!

If you are interested in participating, feel free! All the workouts are posted at GPPFITNESS.COM Gear up for a week of “HELLTH”!

What was the most brutal workout you have ever done??

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