January 6, 1970 |
La Jolla, San Diego, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Volleyball player, Fashion model, television celebrity|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Weight||170 lb (77 kg; 12 st)|
|Children||Reece Viola Hamilton (b. 2003)
Brody Jo Hamilton (b. 2008)
Food is fuel and not a solution to anything other than giving your body nutrients. I love chocolate like the next girl, but it's not going to change my situation.
It's sort of like, our bodies are designed to keep moving, and when we don't move it, we're not going to feel great.
I didn't get into this to pick up a new hobby. I don't want to just be a golfer. I want to be the best.
If you don't know one thing about Kid Rock it's that he's loyal. His band has been together for a long time, he stands by his friends, and the guy still lives in his home state of Michigan.
Even if I'm gone all day, breakfast is the one meal I always cook for my kids. I make French toast, oatmeal, or an egg burrito.
I always have a million things going on at once, but I try to put my energy into the most immediate need.
My three best friends get me through everything: I need cute jeans, my kids are driving me crazy, I'm throwing a party, whatever. They keep me dialed in.
I think sometimes when I go to make a move on something, people try to disqualify any talent that I have or any hard work that I've done.
On a regular basis I go over in my mind some of the most troublesome things I see about how people approach eating, and the wonder mess we have made out of a very simple thing.
We hear all around us to love ourselves, and one of the ways we can do that is to eat food that serves our body, but also for us to love the food we're eating.
I can't sing but I can understand wanting to keep a balance, trying to pursue dreams, while creating a stable environment for my children.
I don't want to be famous famous. I'm happy on the second tier, where I have autonomy on a professional level but I can still go out to the movies without being recognized.
I don't have a life, I really don't. I'm as close to a nun as you can be without the little hat. I'm a golf nun.
I think any time people behave in a way that's truly them, then they'll never fail. You get in trouble when you try to copy others.
The best thing about golf is ultimately what it teaches you about yourself. And the worst thing is how freakin' nervous it can make you feel.
I never had only one job. I was either playing ball or writing or doing TV or modeling.
If you want to stay fit, surround yourself with a couple of chicks who are fired up, so that the one day you're not, you can feed off their energy.
'The HoneyLine' is my web site and TV segments that were birthed out of the stark reality that we all need a few people to help navigate this life.
With both kids, I started working out again at 16 days postpartum, but I treated myself with kindness, doing mild workouts, because my fitness level was lower.
I think if I was 5-foot-3, I would have been really popular and dated a lot more in high school. I didn't develop like the pretty girl.
My motivation has always been health – eating healthy and taking care of myself.
I really don't have the time to spend much time online, I do have web tv, which I use when I need information.
I live a very normal regimented life that focuses on my training and my private life so I squeeze the insane stuff in around that.
I'm not just a model who plays volleyball, or a volleyball player who supports herself modeling. I'm a female athlete personality.
Eating and food are a wonderful part of our life's experience, and half of us are walking around dreading having to figure out what to put in our mouths.