A 2010 graduate of St. Edward High School , Nick Wolff earned six varsity letters in football and wrestling. After high school Nick Wolff attempted to play college football at Baldwin Wallace University before injuries hampered his career. After, rehabbing from his second shoulder surgery he shifted his focus from the football field to the weight room, while still pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. Personal, best lifts include a 635lb deadlift and 605lb squat all before the of 21.
In the winter of 2011, after completing an internship at St. Edward, Nick was hired as a strength coach and defensive line coach for the football program. He then became certified as a personal trainer though The National Academy of Sports Medicine. Other certifications include CPR/AED by the American Heart Association, First Aid and First Aid for Athletes by The American Red Cross and a certified high school football coach, though the National Federation of State High School Associations.
He currently lives in North Royalton, while still attending school. In his free time, he enjoys taking his bulldog Tank for walks and pursing his bodybuilding and powerlifting goals.