Conqueror Not Yet a King

There are few conquerors more notable than Alexander the Great. With much of the world under his conquest, Alexander famously met a sage opponent in King Porus. Before battle, King Porus notoriously offered Alexander his daughter’s hand in marriage and an offer to teach him how to be a king. 

Alexander took great offense to the assertion that he wasn’t a King. 

After all, he’d conquered much of the world. King Pious acknowledged his conquests, but offered a question. He asked Alexander to look in the wake of his conquests and ask what he’s improved. To King Pious, Alexander is only a King where he stands. The land he’s conquested is left run by others sharing the same havoc that preceded him or worse. 

A true King would not just conquer but command his conquests towards a better vision. What a moment in history! I couldn’t help but think about the power of taking such inventory. 

Look back at where you’ve been. How’d you leave it? What was your affect?

2/13/24 WOD

DEUCE Athletics GPP

Complete 4 rounds of the following:
6 Landmine Curtsey Lunges (ea)
10 Copenhagen Planks
7th st Front Rack Suitcase Offset KB Carry

For time
7th Street Hill Run

2 rounds
Manmaker (35/20)
KB Swings (71/53)

6th Street Hill Run



Sumo Deadlift

Pendlay Row

Then, AMRAP 9
8 Hang Squat Cleans (155/105)
4 Chin Ups
200m Row