We’re back with another edition of Performance360 Members of the Month.
As always, the member of the month award is decided by our coaches getting together and nominating who stood out to us each in the areas of attitude, effort and performance. We take pride in our votes and take the handing out of member of the month quite seriously. To win it means an individual stood out above hundreds of other hard working folks and is truly deserving of the honor.
Congratulations to our runners up: Dusty Teves, Jason Lykassis, John Dlugosz, Sarah Noland and Sally Steiner.
Joey was a graduate of our very first Foundations Course back in July and since then, his consistency and work ethic has been noticeable from the day he became a full-time member. He and girlfriend Sarah are always pushing themselves on their weight, challenging their pace and clearly working hard towards their goals. Joey is very quiet, but always pays attention to his coaching and walkthroughs and as such, seems to always have highly productive classes. Since joining, his physical transformation has been very noticeable, down 15 pounds and counting and into Level 1 Lean & Mean Club. Joey is a pleasure to have in the gym and we consider ourselves very fortunate to be able to share in his recent success.
Get to Know Joey
Age, where are you from?
22, from Redding, CA (yes, California exists past the Bay Area, contrary to popular belief)
What do you do for work?
Currently a student at SDSU studying astronomy/physics, work at Mathnasium
What do you do for fun?
Hanging out with my girlfriend, cooking (or at least attempting), playing video games, and the gym of course!
Favorite and least favorite exercise?
Least favorite: snatches
What’s the most valuable bit of coaching you’ve received at P360?
Focus on the technique, and the weight will follow.
What is your most proud achievement at P360 so far?
Losing 15 lbs. since I joined.
What’s the hardest thing you’ve done physically at the gym?
If money was no concern, what would be your dream job?
Teaching math and physics.
Embarrassing fact most people don’t know?
I’m unhealthily nerdy about Game of Thrones.
Hidden talent most people don’t know?
I can make some of the best chocolate chip cookies this side of the Mississippi.
If you were an ice cream flavor, what would you be and why?
Chocolate, because I like to think of myself as the ultimate aphrodisiac.
If you could teleport to any point in the past, where would you go?
The 80’s, it looks like everyone just had more fun then.
Favorite naughty food?
What’s the biggest overall improvement you had made since joining?
Actually being excited/looking forward to going to a workout.
What was your favorite cartoon growing up?
Tom and Jerry.
Famous person you’d most like to have a drink with, and what drink would you buy them?
Albert Einstein, and a scotch.
What’s a funny story from your childhood?
My sister accidentally cut my right index fingertip off as a kid. I guess it wasn’t that funny then, but we laugh about it now.
Which public figure or celebrity would you like to put in a dunk tank?
All of the Kardashians.
You have one song and movie on a desert island. What are they?
Movie: Dazed and Confused
Song: Orion by Metallica
What is your biggest goal for the rest of 2015?
Making barbell club
Thank you so much for the honor! It’s been a life changing experience joining P360 and making myself better each and everyday. Once again, thank you for everything you guys have taught me and the whole crew, I hope to continue my fitness journey with the awesome coaches we have for a long, long time.
Skye has been with Performance360 since the summer of 2014 and within that time period her transformation has been very steady, and very noticeable. Skye has long dealt with running stress fractures in her lower body, but that has not once slowed her down or stopped her from reaching some pretty impressive goals at the gym. We all know how much rowing sucks, and Skye has consistently subbed out her running for rowing for almost a full year. Where most folks would complain about this daily, Skye does it with a smile on her face. Recently, she got herself into Level I Barbell Club and Level 2 Prison Yard Club over the past month, as well as performing all 100 push-ups completely strict in last Friday’s “Mr. Yellow”. She constantly swings heavy bells and challenges herself on movements that her body allows, and is always focused on getting better. Skye has a great attitude and is a favorite among our coaching staff.