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Thursday 10/31/13

October 31, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments
EMOM for 10 minutes 7 Dips


AMRAP 15 Minutes:
200m run
20 Russian lunges
20 Kettlebell swings



Why do we carve pumpkins? The jack-o’-lantern is believed to have originated from an Irish myth about Stingy Jack, who played tricks on everyone. When he died, Jack was denied entry into both heaven and hell and was forced to roam the world as a ghost who carried a lantern made from a carved turnip.

Irish immigrants brought Halloween to America during the 1800s. When these settlers arrived in the United States, they discovered that pumpkins make perfect jack-o’-lanterns. Today, pumpkin carving remains synonymous with Halloween. In fact, the majority of the 1.5 billion pounds of pumpkins grown in the United States each year are sold for Halloween. Pumpkin carving is also popular in Ireland, England, and other parts of Europe.



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