Cristy ''Code Red'' Nickel

Background

Cristy "Code Red" Nickel has been in the health and fitness industry since 1994. While studying Exercise Science at the University of Memphis, Cristy competed in three NPC Figure competitions, placing in the top five at each show.

In 2003, Cristy became a professional boxer and fought in 15 professional fights all over the world over the next seven years. She was named one of the "Top 3 Most Dangerous Females on the Planet" by Ring Magazine, which landed her a coaching role on MTV's hit series "MADE." The success of that show propelled her to New York City to train top celebrities, business tycoons, models, and professional athletes. In 2008, Cristy was awarded "New York's Best Trainer" by Allure Magazine.

After retiring from boxing, Cristy settled in Boise, Idaho, with her husband, Miles, and dog, Annabelle. She has a passion for CrossFit, mountain biking, snowboarding, and yoga. She has written more than 1,000 nutrition programs and continues to work with clients from all over the world. Her book The Code Red Revolution is available at .

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