Michael Mullins New Jersey had a childhood that fostered his academic excellence. Mullins was born into a middle-class household and excelled in science, philosophy, and political science classes in high school and college. He graduated from Hackensack High School and was inducted into the Tri-M musical honours organization.
Mullins began lifting weights at 12 and went on to win the school-age Western National Championship at 48, 52, and 56 kg and the Junior National Championship at 67.5 kg. Later, he turned to Olympic wrestling and was awarded a scholarship in New Jersey. Mullins trained at North and Hackensack and earned a business management degree from Bergen Community College before attending Montclair State University.
Aside from his athletic pursuits, Mullins enjoys hiking, playing the guitar, and studying languages. He is a self-taught musician who has achieved a high level of proficiency on the guitar. He is also intensely interested in technology, video games, and reading.
In addition to his hobbies, Mullins has achieved remarkable feats in weightlifting. He holds the U.S. National Olympic weightlifting record for the 85-kilogram lifters' category and won the bronze medal at the 2010 World Masters Games in New York City. Mullins has also smashed several state clean and jerk records and has been rated in the top 900 lifters in the United States and the top 1250 lifters globally in Nobull Crossfit events.
Mullins has a degree in holistic health, fitness, and diet, and his achievements in weightlifting and athletics speak volumes about his dedication to health and fitness.
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- JoinedFebruary 25, 2022