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About Nick Laurino
Nick grew up playing sports. He ice skate when he was in kindergarten. That led to Nick playing ice hockey at a young age. He also played soccer and baseball.
In high school, Nick got into wrestling and stuck with that into college. Wrestling is what got Nick into the weight room, since a lot of wrestling practice is in the weight room. After getting a few injuries from wrestling in college, Nick dropped wrestling but stuck with the weight room. That was his sanctuary.
After some time, people started to ask him if he would compete in physique sports. In 2013, he decided to compete in bodybuilding in the INBF. he ended up getting 2nd place in two shows. From there, he stopped competing, but kept up his weight training. In 2015, the NPC introduced Classic Physique, and that resonated with Nick.
Nick is preparing for his first NPC show, the 2017 NPC Metropolitan Championships, where he will compete in Classic Physique.
- Ice Hockey
|Weight (Competition)||200 lbs|
|Weight (Off-Season)||215 lbs|
|Bench Press (Max)||385 lbs|
|Squat (Max)||415 lbs|
|DB Press (Reps)||120 lbs x 15|
|Barbell Curl (Max)||185 lbs|
|Barbell Curl (Reps)||135 lbs x 8|
|Alt DB Curls (Reps)||80 lbs x 4|
|DB Shoulder Press (Reps)||120 lbs x 12|
Bodybuilding Competition History
|2013||INBF Naturalmania||Open Bodybuilding||Light Heavyweight||2nd Place|
|2013||INBF Doc Brown||Open Bodybuilding||Light Heavyweight||2nd Place|