How a cancer survivor became the 1st CrossFit Level 2 trainer with cerebral palsy

Steph Hammerman says "optimism is a muscle that gets stronger with use."
1:31 | 03/12/19

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Or lack. So positive she pushes you to do more than you think you can do. It's always really fun for me to surprise you. Nobody thought I was gonna be athletes. And here. Born with some sort of different but it's really an inmate friends productivity. I didn't quite get into our. Can't tell you can do it. She's in a wheelchair helped my camera can do it I'm not there. I did not. Conference that went into the doctor's office and Cuba didn't she said but never worked with anybody mr. We can do that I just need to know what you need needed you know. And Cuba. Had just beaten Akron you are. Not your treatment and care they want me to help them get better. That's my past life.

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