416-901-DROP (3767) 161 Spadina Avenue, Toronto hello@drop-boxing.com



“When you hustle, always make it fancy” — Travis Scott, “Stop Trying to Be God”

– Likes ketchup sandwiches

– A little bit OCD

– Owner of MoKo House

Here’s a story about Max: Once, while training with a team, he sprained his ankle in two places during a run. The doc told him to stay off his foot for a couple of weeks, but Max didn’t want to let his teammates down. So, he made it a point to wrap up his blue foot, jump in an Uber and be there for his team’s training process, even if that meant keeping track of the clock between rounds while sitting on a stool the entire time. Point is, Max is a true team player, and he doesn’t give up on himself or the people around him (including you, in the DROP room). He may seem a little mysterious at first, but trust us when we say you’ll get a good chuckle out of his sarcastic nature and inappropriate jokes. Also, if you couldn’t already tell, he’s a natural-born athlete — having played football and competitive rugby, and recently participating in Ultra Relay, running from Toronto to Montreal in two and a half days (NBD). He’ll try any exercise once and has dabbled in everything from aerial yoga to rock climbing and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t indulge — while his body is a temple on weekdays, on weekends he enjoys chowing down on chips, chocolate and Popeyes chicken. Finally, our boy Max does everything with intention, so if you plan on showing up to his class, make sure you hustle and don’t just go through the motions.