Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this Nicole Rothe?
I am a certified personal trainer with over 13 years of experience in the industry. My background is in Physical Therapy. I am also a successful Independent Sales Director with Mary Kay. When not busy with my businesses, I love coffee, cat snuggles, historical tv shows/movies, and relaxing with a glass of wine.
What is your educational and/or training background?
I graduated from Russell Sage with a Masters in Physical Therapy. I am also a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, a WITS Certified Personal Trainer, and NASM Certified in Nutrition. I also have taken several continuing education courses in Bridal Bootcamp, Pre/Post Natal, 1 on 1 Training, Post Rehab for Injuries, Weight Loss, Muscle Gain, Strength Training, and Nutrition.
What types of clients have you worked with?
  • Mom looking to lose the baby weight
  • Rehab for a knee/hip replacement
  • PGA Pro
  • Client with COPD
  • Client with Parkison’s
  • Teenage girl looking to fit in and no longer be overweight
  • Husband/Wife duo
  • Client with MS
  • Autistic boy
  • Transgender Client, in the process
  • Retired Marine
  • Marathon Runner
  • 2x cancer survivor
  • Brides who want to look fabulous on their special day
  • And so many more!
I am interested! What is the next step?
We will set-up an initial meeting, preferably outside of the gym setting. You can meet with me over coffee or zoom, whatever is mutually convenient. At this meeting we will discuss your goals and you can ask any questions you have about training. I will also ask you about your health and medical history and other concerns you may have. After that, we can schedule an initial training session and explain what to expect next. This is usually a fairly quick meeting but a beneficial one for sure!
What advice can you give me about finding a Personal Trainer?
You want to have a conversation with them about what they can provide in terms of helping you achieve your goals. It should be understood that most trainers are educated in exercise and well-being. One should seek out a professional that is detail-orientated, well-mannered, looks the part, and has the client’s best interest at heart.

You should thoroughly think about the time and effort that is involved in achieving a healthy lifestyle. Consider your schedule (ie. work, family, children, spouse, commitments) in relation to an exercise program. Think about your goals realistically and what you expect out of yourself and out of your professional. Don’t forget to consider your budget in relation to how long it will take to achieve your goals.

But seriously, how great is Nicole?
She is awesome. No one compares.