Coaches Spotlight… Nicole Zacher (aka BMamba)

Coaches Spotlight… Nicole Zacher (aka BMamba)

BMamba… Well she is a ROCKSTAR! Simple as that. From the moment you meet her and the fortunate you are to get to know her the more you will understand that. She is a natural leader. Practices what she preaches. And just makes any day better when she is apart of it.

Again the big X Factor with CPMFITness is the awesome coaches apart of this and she is a big reason why that is true.

Introduce yourself and how long you have been with us?

  • Mother of two amazing kids
  • Wife to a pretty stellar husband
  • Licensed Physical therapist
  • Fitness started at a young age. Played multiple sports and always had an interest in how the body works – both physically and mentally
  • 5-years!! – First class Jan 2014, joined in April 2014 and started coaching FT 2-years later

What is your favorite part about coaching with us?

  • I love to teach and empower others  – showing them they are capable of so much more than they think
  • Fulfillment of guiding people to success
  • The people that I have met

What is the biggest benefit you get from CPM outside of the gym?

  • Confidence, self control and discipline. It’s a work in progress but being a coach is about walking the talk. It keeps me driven and motivated to maintain my health.

What is one unexpected thing about the gym that you really enjoy?

  • That there are never failures only lessons
  • It teaches you resilience, patience, and that each and every time you are knocked down, you have a choice whether or not you will stay down

How would you describe your coaching style? What is your superpower as a Coach?

  • Relatable
  • Being the product of what we are selling by leading by example – walk the talk
  • Not afraid to admit my mistakes
  • Empathy and compassion, good listener and don’t take no for an answer.

What is your favorite thing you do with your fitness outside of the gym?

  • Staying active with my kids
  • New interest in Hiking

What would you say to someone who is thinking about starting up?

  • Show up, be coachable, get to know people and results will start to happen

What advice would you give to a new member (maybe something you wish you were told when you were starting out)? 

  • Stop comparing yourself to your neighbor. Stay in your lane
  • Ask a coach for help

Today’s Workout is…

A: Turkish Get Up’s
3-3-2-2-1

B. AMRAP 20 minutes
15 Sit-ups
10 Burpees
20 Goblet Squats
**Every 4 minutes 200m Run**

Post by Chris; follow me on instagram @mr.cpm