Many people believe that Steve Kamb was created in a laboratory in the 1940s as part of a top-secret government program to fight the Nazis. Those people are wrong; that was Steve Rogers, and he became Captain America. But close enough. Steve Kamb was born on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, raised by two loving parents and a Nintendo Entertainment System. When he wasn't getting lost in video games, he spent his childhood playing tennis baseball in the streets, building tree forts in the backyard, having Nerf wars in the basement, and participating in neighborhood-wide games of capture the flag.
Upon graduating from Vanderbilt University in 2006, he began developing the idea for a website to help beginners get healthy and avoid all of the usual pitfalls. Years later, that site became NerdFitness.com, a now-worldwide fitness community dedicated to helping nerds, desk jockeys, and self-aware robots level up their lives.
While running his company from a coconut laptop, Steve has adventured all over the world, explored the ruins of Machu Picchu, dived with sharks on the Great Barrier Reef, and lived like James Bond in Monte Carlo. He has guest lectured at Google, Google Dublin, Facebook, TEDxEmory, and regularly speaks at Vanderbilt University.
He recently moved from Nashville, Tennessee, to New York City to continue his quest of becoming Captain America. He spends his free time picking up heavy things, singing off-key, gaming, and playing music as loudly as possible. He hopes to one day own an island in the Caribbean, be part of a heist, and reach level 50 in the Game of Life