Birthdate: November 3, 1979
Athletic Background: In various interviews, Greg has described his family as being quite athletic. His grandfather was a pro in two sports (hockey and baseball) and his dad was drafted by the Mets. Greg said he started playing hockey at age 3. At age 7, he could do 100 laps in the pool, 300 situps, and 300 pushups in a day. In the sixth grade, his dad bought a home gym, and from that point on Greg became a fitness buff.
In high school, Greg was an all-American wrestler in the 189lb class, and won titles of Maryland state champion and 2nd overall in the United States. Greg was nominated to attend and his application was accepted to West Point, where he surpassed the Army's physical fitness test bycompleting 168 pushups and 142 situps in two minutes. Greg graduated from West Point in 2000 and served as a captain in the army Rangers.
- Greg follows a 5-day split; 1: chest, 2: back, 3: arms, 4: shoulders, 5: legs.
- 8 exercises/muscle group, 4 sets/exercise, 10-20 reps/set.
- In the gym at 5:30am for ~1.5 hours/day, 7 days/week.
- Always finishes with 10 minutes of ab exercises.
- Performs cardio at night (11pm-midnight): running 15-20miles/4 days a week.
Training Philosophy/Goals: Greg says his goals are performance and muscular definition rather than mass. "I never go in there looking to lit a certain weight. I lift to find that burn." "I'm not looking for size, I'm looking to stay lean and shredded."