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 Camryn Hokenstad

Childcare and Front Desk Since February 2017

Hometown: Lake Orion, MI

What Got you into Fitness?

I’ve always been an athlete and growing up I was passionate about soccer and athletics. I played for about 13 years and throughout that time, I learned a lot of important lessons that aided my growth both physically and mentally. It taught me about discipline, how to be coachable, what commitment means, how to be apart of a team, how to pick yourself up after a bad game, and much more. I ended my soccer career with four concussions, Osgood Schlatter’s in both of my knees, and hip injuries. I was devastated that I wasn’t allowed to play anymore and I felt like I lost some of my passion for athletics. During the last year or two of playing soccer my brother, Michael started to get into bodybuilding. I watched him transform his body and sculpt his physique. He really inspired me to get in the weight room. In October 2015 I started my own bodybuilding journey and it allowed me to still be an athlete without putting myself at risk. Bodybuilding fueled my fire to be an athlete and allowed me to pursue my passion without affecting my injuries.

I ended my soccer career with four concussions, Osgood Schlatter’s in both of my knees, and hip injuries. I was devastated that I wasn’t allowed to play anymore and I felt like I lost some of my passion for athletics. During the last year or two of playing soccer my brother, Michael started to get into bodybuilding. I watched him transform his body and sculpt his physique. He really inspired me to get in the weight room. In October 2015 I started my own bodybuilding journey and it allowed me to still be an athlete without putting myself at risk. Bodybuilding fueled my fire to be an athlete and allowed me to pursue my passion without affecting my injuries.

In October 2015 I started my own bodybuilding journey and it allowed me to still be an athlete without putting myself at risk. Bodybuilding fueled my fire to be an athlete and allowed me to pursue my passion without affecting my injuries.

Who Is Your Biggest Inspiration?

My mom is my biggest inspiration. She is the strongest, most humble, kind person, in this world. She works hard and never sets limitations for herself. She is fearless and beautiful inside and out. We are best friends and her strength inspires me every day.

What’s Your Guilty Pleasure?

My guilty pleasure would have to be eating potatoes and chicken nuggets. The combination is hard to beat, in my opinion. They are two of my favorite foods and I have an unconditional love for them both.

Favorite Quote:

“The pain you feel today, will be the strength you feel tomorrow”

What Does Family Mean To You?

Family to me means being supportive even if you don’t agree. It means being loving despite any flaws. It means showing appreciation for the people you care about. Family is unity no matter how broken a family seems. Every time I think of family, the saying from the movie Lilo and Stitch always pops into my head. Ohana means family and family mean nobody gets left behind or forgotten. 🙂

Proudest Accomplishment

My proudest accomplishment would have to be committing myself to a routine of working out and eating healthy over the past two years. It was something I struggled with before and it has benefited my overall health, body image, and confidence. Establishing that routine really helped me with time management, keeping my priorities straight, and becoming the person I am today.

What would You Sing In Karaoke?

I would sing “Ain’t no mountain high enough.” It was one of my favorite songs growing up and I still jam to it sometimes.

If You Had To Eat One Meal The Rest Of Your Life?

I would eat chicken nuggets, potatoes and zucchini. I would never get sick of these foods. I love them all so much. 😛

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