Congrats to Dan Donnelly for being August Athlete of the Month!

Congrats to Dan Donnelly for being Max Efforts August Athlete of the Month! When Dan first joined Max Effort, he was not able to make it through the conditioning without take breaks, and was not able to do 1 pull up! Now Dan has lost 25lbs, increased his strength, has gained muscle, flys through conditioning, enjoys running and can now do WEIGHTED Pull Ups!! Congrats Dan! You look amazing!! ALl your hard work is paying off!! Read below to find out a little more about Dan!

How were you introduced to Max Effort Fitness? Both my wife and daughter are members of Max Effort.

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

Going from struggling with 1 pull up to doing weighted pull ups.

What is your or biggest improvement since joining MEF?

I was unable to jump rope, do pull ups and hated running. I am able to do them all now,so I would say my biggest improvmen is my level of conditioning.

What is your six month goal?

I would like to compete next year in the 2nd annual Max Effort Anniversary competition.

What is your favorite exercise?

pull ups

What is your least favorite exercise?


If you created a workout, what would it be?

20 min. AMRAP

5 pull ups

10 push ups

15 air squats

What is your Favorite cheat food?

Ice Cream- Ben and Jerry's Half Baked!!

What do you love most about Max Effort Fitness? The people and community aspect of the gym. The conditioning, and the results I have seen in such a short time.

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