Nicole Rothe is a certified personal trainer with over 13 years of experience in the industry. She offers individual hour-long training sessions tailored to each client's fitness and health goals.
Nicole has a nationally accredited personal training certification (NASM) and annually takes continuing education classes and seminars. This helps keep her sharp and up to date in all aspects of training. She also has additional certifications in boot camps, nutrition and pre/postnatal.
Each hour-long training session is $65. Packaging of sessions are available at reduced rates and can be detailed upon the initial meeting.
Initially, Nicole sets up a simple meeting (preferable outside of the gym) over coffee at a mutually convenient location to discuss your goals as well as answer any questions about personal training. She will discuss your health and medical history and other concerns you may have. After that, she can schedule an initial training session and explain what to expect. This is usually a fairly quick meeting but is a beneficial one!
Nicole has worked with a variety of clients!
- A mom who wants to lose the baby weight
- Rehab for a knee/hip replacement
- PGA Pro
- Client with COPD
- Teenage girl looking to fit in and no longer be overweight
- Man who sits behind a desk all day & now wants to be able to play with his kids
- MS client
- Autistic boy
- Mom whose kids are now grown & she wants to take care of herself
- Someone going thru transgender
- Average man/woman who hasn't worked out in years
- Retired Marine
- An 85-year-old WW2 vet
- A marathon runner
- A bride who wants to look good on her special day
- A client with numerous health issues
- 2x cancer survivor
and so many more!
To have a conversation about what they can provide in helping you achieve your goals. It should be understood that most trainers are educated in exercise and well-being. One should seek out a provider that is detail-oriented, well-mannered, professional, looks the part and has the client's best interest at heart.
Clients should thoroughly think about the time and effort that is involved in achieving a healthy lifestyle. They should consider their schedule (ie: work, family, children, spouse, commitments) in relation to an exercise program. They should think of their goals realistically. They should think about what do they expect out of themselves and out of the professional. They should think about their budget in relation to how long it will take them to achieve their goal.
She is awesome. No one compares.