The best thing about PXM is that you gain an entire family that will encourage and support you on your journey of fitness. I am now physically more fit and stronger than I have ever been, but nothing outweighs the community you get when you join PXM.
Since joining the family 7 years ago, my connections to others serve as reminders of why I gladly pay my membership fee each month. Holding myself accountable to my fitness goals isn't easy, but at PXM, the community serves as a personal watchdog - one that's super appreciated!
PXM has helped me understand how powerful my body is and what it can do when I work hard and push myself. I started CrossFit in part to lose weight, and I have, but now I am a lot prouder of my strength, achievements in the box, and community.
I'm proud of the strength I've gained, doing pull-ups and pistol squats for the first time in my life. But I wouldn't have been inspired to work as hard or as consistently if not for the community here at PXM. The team spirit and built in accountability has meant so much to me.
Since joining PXM (and before EWCF) a little over two years ago, I have lost 100 pounds. More importantly, I've gained strength and improved my health - I've lost weight before, but this is the first time I felt a mental change AND a physical change (beyond just watching the scale go down).
I always walk out of PXM feeling accomplished. This wouldn’t be possible if it weren't for the coaches and their willingness to take the time to ensure that I’m continuing making progress.
I have never been the "athletic type". The personal attention from the coaches and the camaraderie within the PXM community has made me feel like a part of a team pushing me to work harder and helping me to get stronger.
I started Foundations class in 2015 with the first pull up of my life, assisted with the thickest band in the room, of course! My 2017 goal was to complete 1 strict pull up, and thanks to coaching at PXM, I surpassed this goal within the first few months. This is just one of many goals met!