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November Athlete of the Month

Congrats to PJ McCullough for being MAx Efforts Athlete of the month! I have had the pleasure of training PJ for the past 2 years and witness his transformation first hand. Pj works hard every single time he is in the gym and all of his hard work has paid off as he has competed in his first crossfit competition and beat his time from last years Spartan race! Pj has lost over 40lbs and has increased his strength and athletic abilites beyond anything he ever though possible!!!! Way to go PJ!


How were you introduced to Max Effort Fitness?

My wife was a member and told me to try it. I did and have been there ever since.

What is your proudest accomplishment since being a member at MEF?

I would have to say competing in my first competition with my partner Sarah and not coming in last. I did 48 pull-ups that I thought I could never do!

What is your biggest improvement since joining MEF?

I competed in two Spartan Races. The first year my time was 1 hour and 15 minutes. This year I improved my time and finished in 56 minutes. I finished 28th in my age group!

What is your six month goal?

My six month goal is to master the double unders. I would also like to enter more competitions.

What is your favorite exercise?

My favorite exercise is back squats.

What is your least favorite exercise?

I hate pull ups. They are the worst.

If you created a workout, what would it be?

21-15-9 for time

Thrusters and Burpees

What is your Favorite cheat food?

Sunday morning donuts.

What do you love most about Max Effort Fitness?

The team atmosphere and the way we push each other to be better faster and stronger. I have accomplished so much more than I ever thought I would at my age. Max Effort continues to challenge me both in skill and strength.

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