About Nick holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Hofstra University and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the New York Institute of Technology. Nick has been a Starting Strength Coach since 2012 and is a staff member at Starting Strength Training Camps and Seminars. Nick is also a mentor in the Starting Strength Coaches Prep Course and helps moderate the Coaching and Managing Injuries Forums on the Starting Strength website. As a competitive raw strength athlete, Nick’s competition best lifts include a 606 squat, 369 bench press, 700 deadlift, and 275 press. In weightlifting, Nick’s competition bests include a 137 kg snatch and 178 kg clean and jerk. Nick’s mission is to help people of all ages and abilities make themselves stronger. While the strategy of using barbells to accomplish this mission primarily focuses on physical strength, Nick’s mission applies to all domains of life.
Online Strength and Rehab Coaching: Includes an initial 30-minute coaching call, weekly programming, as well as interactions through TrueCoach, video reviews, and unlimited customization to help you accomplish your goals. Technique feedback is given every workout. This is for someone who wants a truly unique, comprehensive, and dynamic approach to strength training. This is for someone looking to improve their strength and learn efficient lifting technique. This service is also for someone dealing with an injury or persistent pain problem that needs guidance to continue training. I will be your personal strength coach there with you every step of your journey!
Consultation: A personalized one-on-one phone consultation to help you with your training. In 30-60 mins, we will develop a list of solutions for whatever problems are holding you back in your training, whether it be programming or pain/injury-related. We may generate a few crucial tweaks to your existing program or do a complete overhaul of your plan right there over the phone. We will also talk about ways to tinker with your program in the future, depending on how you respond to training. So have a pen and paper ready and be prepared to take notes!