About Nikol

Nikol Klein, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native, has been actively involved 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, and as a Principal Dancer with Ballet Oklahoma.

In addition to her career as a Professional Ballet Dancer, Ms. Klein is a Women’s Fitness Expert, currently residing in the San Diego area.

Ms. Klein is also the author of Beginning Ballet Strength and The Ballet Audition Preparation Guide, informative eBooks geared towards helping young dancers reach their goals in becoming Professional Dancers. She is excited to play an important role in helping train and inspire women to achieve their individual lifestyle and fitness goals for optimal health and longevity.

If you are interested in purchasing one of Ms. Klein’s books, please visit www.balletstrength.com or www.balletaudition.com.

  1. I come from a martial arts background and switched over to dance about 5 years ago. At the same time, I also changed my diet from high carb (because I was grappling all the time) to hi-protein/low carb and found, like you said, I was lethargic ALL the time. Getting expert advice from a nutritionist is very important, especially considering how different our individual meal plan needs are. Good advice in this post.

    Thank you,
    Pete | The Tango Notebook

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