Joanna Delgado


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Setting up a Tiny Forest for York
🗓Sunday 28th April 12:00pm

📍Somewhere in York YO?

Let's work together to launch a Tiny Forest in our area

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Joanna Delgado went on a group run

Mon 5th Feb at 6:15pm

GoodGym go down to the wire

York Report written by Ed Woollard (He/Him)

After an exhausting January challenge, an impressive 23 GoodGymers turned out for the first group run of February. We celebrated those who had run at the weekend including a cheer for the absent Nikki Gover who ran a PB at the Dewsbury 10k 🍾. Well done Nikki! We then numbered off by naming our favourite things with pips in them 🍋 Then it was off to the task...

James looks like a criminal - Leanne

The team picked up where we left off after our last trip out to Ashton Park, and armed with saws and bolt cutters quickly got to work. Pete and James aka 'The Muscle' took care of the heavy duty stake removal with their crowbars in tow.

And then things got a bit messy. Some of the tree guards were easier to remove than others and so we ended up with a surplus of people trying to free the final tree from its intertwined wire guard.

Too many cooks spoil the broth - James

So with too many GGers and not enough space around the final tree we started the fitness session a bit early. This week it was a Squid Game inspired session featuring a fitness version of Red Light, Green Light. First up it was a lunge race, then a high knees race, followed by a squat race.

There's no nice way to say this, so I'll just be honest. Abigail is terrible at Red Light, Green Light!

With the final tree still not free from its wirey prison, Leanne led a team back to CVS whilst Ed waited around for the rest of the group to get the job done. Lo and behold a few minutes later the final tree guard was removed and we could finally head back to base

Great job everyone!

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Joanna Delgado
Joanna Delgado signed up to a group run.

Mon 5th Feb at 6:15pm

Removing Tree Guards at Ashton Park

Help to tidy up the space around Ashton Park

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Joanna Delgado
Joanna Delgado went on a group run

Mon 29th Jan at 6:15pm

Leafing it 'til the the last minute to bag more good deeds

York Report written by Ed Woollard (He/Him)

An epic turnout of 30 GoodGym Yorkies braved the soggy conditions to give us every chance of hitting our January challenge target of 500 good deeds. We started the night celebrating another milestone for Legendary Leanne who was completing her 1100(!!!) good deed. Well done Leanne. And then it was time for a rather special cheer for Louise who was presented with her trophy for winning this year's Sean Coxhead Inspiring Individual award 🏆. It felt extra special to present this award to a York GoodGymer given the meaning behind the it. Well done Louise. We're all so proud of you 👏

Then it was off to the tasks...

Does going to the pub count as a good deed - Max

Ed led one group to Back Park where we welcomed newcomer Lucy who is apparently a friend of Vicky's and so helped her tick off another January Challenge Bingo Square.

The team got to work shifting leaves, bagging them up and litter picking to make the park a lot more tidy than it was. Taskowner Kristina was suitably impressed with the number of bags we filled, but felt like she might have some explaining to do to those whose job it is yo collect them all the next day!

The debate also continued around how many holes are in a straw and took a turn that is probably not suitable for the run report, but needless to say we're no nearer a conclusion.

Mitch led the other team out to Heslington Lane and had this to say...

We braved the rain to go to Heslington Road to help St Nicks continue their task of turning a grassed verge into a wildflower meadow. The thought is turning over the grassed verge will create the ideal habitat for wildflowers, which in turns will help the biodiversity. All good stuff.

We didn't let the rain and claggy mud deter us. We got our shovels stuck in and got to work. After half an hour of graft, we managed to dig out a large area. Job well done!

Then it was back to CVS for a spot of fitness. This time featuring game that was a mix between ring of roses and touch rugby. Everyone seemed to get the gist of it pretty quickly and kudos was given to the level of danger involved!

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Joanna Delgado
Joanna Delgado signed up to a group run.

Mon 29th Jan at 6:15pm

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Joanna Delgado cheered by other people 25 times. 🤩

Friday 19th January

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Joanna Delgado cheered by other people 25 times.

Joanna is part of a crowd that's making a huge noise. Joanna has been cheered by 25 people - that's a round of applause just on their own. We hope they keep it up.

Joanna Delgado
Joanna Delgado run a 10k for the first time. 😎

Friday 19th January

Mo Farah

Mo Farah

Joanna Delgado run a 10k for the first time.

Joanna has just run their first 10k. 10,000 metres would take you most of the way across London. It's far. Joanna now knows a bit of what it might be like to be Mo Farah.

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Joanna Delgado run their first 5k. 🥇

Friday 19th January

Tirunesh Dibaba

Tirunesh Dibaba

Joanna Delgado run their first 5k.

Joanna has just logged their first 5k with GoodGym. Joanna has joined the ranks of Athletes like Tirunesh Dibaba - running gracefully over 5000 metres. Show Joanna some love.

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