Tamari Davis broke the untouchable 60 meter national high school record, winning the University of South Carolina Gamecock Opener in 7.19 seconds. High School Junior Tamari Davis also signed with Adidas.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up with Tamari Davis, the fastest 14-year old girl in the history of this planet who talks about her workout, diet, hair and skin care.
At 14 years of age, you’re breaking more records than anyone else your age. Share with us how your journey in the world of athletics began?
My athletic journey actually began at the age of 7; wanting to follow in my big brother’s footsteps. I was motivated after receiving my very first medal at an AAU track meet.
You are considered the Fastest Girl on the Planet at the age of 14 years. How do you feel about it?
It was very exciting and like a dream come true, doing so well at the young age of 14. It was a blessing to be able to excel on the track.
Introduce us to a day in your life, as an athlete and a woman full of aspirations.
My day starts with Morning Prayer and afterward cooking my breakfast, which consists of eggs, wheat toast, fruit, occasional turkey bacon, and orange juice. Then I prepare for practice, gathering my Adidas gear and a gallon of water.
Practice and training usually last for about 2 hours. Some days I have weight training, chiropractic, and massage therapy. Then I have lunch which consists of a turkey sandwich on wheat bread with spinach, tomatoes, fruit, and water. Once I’m done with all of that, I start my virtual school work.
What exercises comprise your fitness regime or workout routine?
The first thing I do is deadlifts, medicine ball slams, and squat jumps. Also, rope runs and rope squat jumps, cycling for about 20 miles weekly, and practice circuits.
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