Bio | Nichole Ormsby

“I was my heaviest in 2007, weighing 232 pounds. I was a completely different person back then…shy, depressed, not outgoing, loner, unhappy, weak, sad, miserable, and I didn’t enjoy life. One morning I woke up, looked myself in the mirror and said I need to change…I don’t want to live this way anymore. I joined a gym that day and worked out 6 days a week, two hours a day. It took a total of two years to get the full 100 pounds off. Once I reached my ideal weight it wasn’t enough-I got addicted to working out and looking good. I always struggled with food no matter what I ate. I felt when I fueled my body with food I was going to get fat again. At this point in my journey I’d workout for two hours, stop by the store and buy cookies, donuts and ice cream. I crammed everything down my throat and knew at the time I wouldn’t gain anything because I’d head into the bathroom at throw it up. I hid this from past boyfriends and family-I never got help because in my head I didn’t have a problem.

Self-image at the time for me was everything-it consumed my time, energy and mind. My behavior got so bad that I no longer purged once a day, but rather after every meal. I continued to do this for a year until finally one day during an episode I had nothing left but kept trying to purge to the point that I popped a blood vessel in my eye. That’s when I got a rude awaking I was doing my body more harm than good. I slowly stopped but would have relapses here and there. Finally, I realized that I can feed my body what it needs and deserves while getting the results want. I did this all on my own, so I may have worked harder not smarter, but I learned as I progressed. I look back at my earlier life and I’m actually happy I went through the changes I did. I’m now happier, outgoing, confident, strong and really enjoy my life. I’m now paying it forward and helping anyone/everyone to get healthy and live the life they deserve. Sharing my journey may appear brave to many, but I know that in sharing this with others I may help someone who can identify with my own struggles- and serving others is part of my calling.”

Fitness was not always a career choice for Nichole. Spending nearly a decade in the finance industry, she recognized her higher calling and purpose in life was to serve others. However, transitioning into the fitness industry proved to be yet another challenging experience for her. Nichole failed her first attempt at becoming a certified fitness instructor, and like anyone would have, she became discouraged. However, Nichole used that disappointment as fuel to jump start her career in fitness and nutrition and today she is proud to be able to motivate, challenge, and inspire others to achieve their health and wellness goals as an industry leading trainer.

Nichole’s Favorite Quote

“Great leaders don’t set out to be a leader…they set out to make a difference. It’s never about the role-always about the goal”



  • Fitness/Yoga Mat
  • Dumbbells – 5 lb. weights for women & 10 lb. weights for men
  • Water
  • Optional: Gloves & Towel
  • Positive Energy


  • $10 per Class
  • $80 – 1 Month
  • $150 – 2 Months
  • $210 – 3 Months

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