Athlete: Steve Hamming
|Fight Gone Bad||351|
|Clean & Jerk||255 lb|
|Back Squat||355 lb|
This will be my fourth trip to the games. Last year I had the good fortune of winning the World Championship for my age group. Certainly a standout memory of my athletic endeavors to date. Being fit and healthy is a privilege. Although I contribute to it with a healthy, active lifestyle, i have thus far in my life avoided serious injuries and illnesses for which I am grateful. My goal is to reach the podium again in 2015! I am a performance psychologist and cofounder of Neurofit: Center for Human Performance where I work with high level athletes, executives, and performers assisting them to reach their fullest potential. I find it a deeply meaningful way to be in people's lives. A big shout out to my wife, Pam, for all her support and encouragement. To my coach, Joe Cebulski, who knows more about training and the body than anyone I have ever met. And to my community of 8th Day Gym: I have never felt more at home than when I am with you.
How I Eat
I eat strict Paleo
I eat seriously but not religiously...probably about 90% of my food is Paleo. I raise my own chickens for meat and eggs and raise my own organic fruits and vegetables.
How I Train
I workout mostly at a CrossFit Affiliate
I have a coach who determines my programming
I record my workouts
My Athletic Background
I played college sports
i have played fast pitch softball now for 34 years. I also run 100m sprint events in the UST&F Masters Division, winning both the State of MI and the Midwest. I was a college soccer player...although that was so long ago I am not sure my body remembers. I recently entered and won my first Olympic lifting competition.