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Nikol Klein Patient Expert

San Diego, California
San Diego Personal Trainer Nikol Klein, has been actively invloved in the fitness industry from an early age. As a Professional Ballet Dancer, she has had the honor of dancing and touring with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Ballet Austin, Ballet Oklahoma, and most recently The California Ballet. In... Full Bio
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How to Stay on Track During Thanksgiving by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and if you are one of my San Diego personal training clients, you don’t want to sabotage all of your hard work. Did you know that the average per ... Read on »
New Ballet Strength Apparel Line by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health We are excited to announce that our new apparel line is now available in time for the holidays! Inspire greatness in our new “Stronger Than Yesterday” t-shirt pe ... Read on »
TRX Core Workout by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I’m super excited to share three of my favorite core conditioning exercises utilizing the TRX suspension trainer with you! All you need is a suspension trainer – any will ... Read on »
Should I go to Ballet When I’m Sick? by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health There is nothing worse than waking up in the morning with a sore throat and a full day of rehearsals ahead of you. No matter how healthy you are it is inevitable ... Read on »
Deadlifts for Dancers by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health If you had a chance to watch any of the World Dance Day video, you saw that in addition to showing live ballet classes and rehearsals, they also showed what the ... Read on »
Ballet Warm-Up Exercise by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Pennsylvania Ballet principal dancer Arantxa Ochoa warming up by Alexander Iziliaev Today I want to share with you one of my favorite go-to warm up exercises to ... Read on »
Plyometric Training for Dancers by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health If you are a dancer who is looking to improve your jumps and stamina, plyometric training could be right up your alley. While there are many beneficial plyometri ... Read on »
Get a Corp Worthy Core by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health As dancers we need a strong core to hold our developés, nail those triple pirouettes, and leap across the stage with ease. The plank is one of the most popular cor ... Read on »
Summer Ballet Intensives – Adjusting Back to Home Life by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health If you attended a summer ballet intensive program this year, congratulations! It is such an honor and accomplishment to be accepted into a summer ballet school a ... Read on »
Nikol Klein Fitness Classes at Lorna Jane Del Mar by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I am so excited to announce my new partnership with Lorna Jane Active in Del Mar, CA! If you haven’t heard about Lorna Jane, the founder and the brand, it can be su ... Read on »
Hydration for Dancers by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health If you are dancing for long periods of time, it is important to replace the fluids lost from sweating. If you become dehydrated while dancing, especially in the ... Read on »
Setting Ballet Summer Intensive Goals by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health As the end of June approaches many of you will head off to your very first summer ballet intensive program. With your suitcases packed have you left anything beh ... Read on »
How to Get Beautiful Ballet Feet and Arches by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health A beautifully pointed foot is the finishing touch to any dancers physique. Sure, not everyone can attain the extreme arches of Beckanne Sisk, but with the right ... Read on »
Stretching vs Warming-Up for Dancers by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health This gallery contains . If you are like the majority of dancers, your daily routine begins by showing up 30 mi ... Read on »
Perfect Ballet Port de Bras by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health What is the most common correction that you get in ballet class? Chances are, it has something to do with your arms. Rather than just telling you “shoulders down” or “e ... Read on »
Improve Your Extensions for Ballet by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health So you want to improve your extension – your developes front, side and back – who doesnt!? In this blog I am going to go over the exercises that you should be doin ... Read on »
Protein Peanut Butter Buckeyes by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health One of my favorite sweet treats growing up were buckeyes. As someone in the health and fitness profession, I know that the original recipe for these delightful, mel ... Read on »
Improve Your Penché for Ballet by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Today’s video is to help you improve your penché for ballet. The penché is one of the exercises in ballet class that dancers struggle with – it requires balance, ... Read on »
Banana Protein Cookies by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Looking for an afternoon pick-me-up or quick breakfast alternative? My banana protein cookies are a healthy and tasty meal on the go. The ingredients are simple and ... Read on »
Reaching Your Goals – In Fitness & in Life by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I was doing some thinking this morning while watching the Olympics – I realized that what you are trying to accomplish with your fitness goals is no different than what an ... Read on »