Growing up Nicole was always active, starting soccer in the first grade and learning how to ski and fish even before that. Nicole continued to play through middle school, high school and all four years in college at Ramapo College of New Jersey. There she earned the title of Captain in her Junior and Senior year, as well as, many NJAC All-Conference awards.
Nicole started CrossFit in the summer of 2013 and has not stopped since. In the fall of 2015, a senior in college, she was invited to try out with a competitive team in NYC at CrossFit Spot to take a shot at making Regionals. The team finished one spot out of qualifying for Regionals that year which lit a fire in Nicole to train harder for the following year. She ended up qualifying for Regionals with her team, Coliseum Strength, the two following years. Nicole’s individual stats for The CrossFit Open was placing 37th (2017) and 31st (2018), in the North East Region.
With fitness always being apart of her life, good nutrition was always a priority as well. Nicole tried many different diets which always went nowhere in her beginning years of college. In 2015, after studying in Spain for a semester and gaining 20 pounds, she was introduced to counting macronutrients to lose that weight before preseason in August. She lost the 20 pounds, and had never felt more energetic and healthier going into preseason. She fell in love with counting macros and has made it her lifestyle ever since.
Nicole has a full-time corporate job, trains 2-3 hours a day, and manages good nutrition, so she understands the challenges that come along with work, life, and social events. Good nutrition has become such a passion for Nicole, that she couldn’t think of anything better but to help other people better their lives and reach their goals with good nutrition!