Schuylkill County, PA, 1967
When did you start training with MFitness?
In Michele’s Basement! Maybe 2013?
What does the MFtiness for Life culture mean to you?
It’s a fun, non-judging atmosphere, with people of all ability levels, but still with a great deal of focus on technique and individual attention (i.e. Injury prevention). Classes are structured in such a way as to encourage (but not require) interaction with the other members- you can see friendships developing.
Squattin’ the burly – plays to my strengths. (In Reference to the Ultimate Sandbag Burly-size)
Least favorite exercise?
Fence hoppers – I’m outta breath, my shirt is riding up, and I’m reminded I’m not in the shape I thought I was.
What do you do when you’re not at MFitness?
Other than working and sleeping? I’m an avid trail runner – so is my dog. I also swim a few days a week, bike in summer, climb (rock and ice – but not enough to get good), and travel with my wife Ann.
Beer, Red Wine, Spanish Food, Baked Goods, and Beer.
Your secret to success in sticking with your fitness journey here at MFitness?
Get to the gym even when you don’t really feel like it- guaranteed you’ll feel better on the way out the door.