"Stronger," West's 2007 hit from his "Graduation"
Hundreds of nominations from celebrities, fans of music and gym members alike were submitted from around the country. Sixty-
As part of the competition, Gold's Gym offered to donate $5,000 to the charity of choice of the person who nominated the winning song. The charities represented by each of the 64 songs spanned the gamut and added an extra layer of passion to the competition. For nominating the winning song, Gold's Gym will make a donation on behalf of Strahan to the Health & Humanitarian Aid Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing medical and humanitarian aid to those whose lives have been affected by famine, war, poverty or natural disaster.
"Music is such a huge part of the workout experience,"
"I was thrilled to hear that 'Stronger' won the March Music Madness Bracket Challenge," said Michael Strahan. "The song brings back great memories of Super Bowl XLII (The New York Giants came out to 'Stronger' before beating the New England Patriots 17-14) and is still on my iPod everyday in the gym. What's even more special is that I get to share this win with my friend Sammy Arthur, with the proceeds going to his charity, The Health & Humanitarian Aid Foundation."
Other celebrities who took part in the charity-focused initiative included Will Ferrell, who nominated "Pump Up the Jam" by Technotronic;
For additional information goto http://www.goldsgym.com/
# # #
Gold's Gym Middletown is one of the 650 locations of the World famous Gold's Gym International. The Middletown location has become synonymous with great group exercise, personal training and small group training. Golds Gym gets results for everyone from the newbie exerciser to the elite athlete. Classes include Bodypump, Zumba, Spin, Yoga, Pilates, Boot Camp and many others. Gold's Gym has the area's largest functional training area including kettlebells, Olympic rings, climbing ropes, climbing wall, sandbags and much more. Golds has become the favorite training center for Orange County's law enforcement personnel, fire departments and high school sports teams.