Welcome to the official website of Olympian, Dr. Nicole Forrester
"Follow what you love. And eventually, the thing that you love, and I mean love as a verb, will love you back." ~ Leslie Odom Jr
Optimal Zone: Set the Bar High
It was once believed that it was humanly impossible for anyone to run the mile under 4 minutes. However, on May 6, 1954, Roger Bannister would be the first man to prove that the impossible was indeed possible. Today, running under 4 minutes in the mile by a world-class male athlete is anything but impossible.
Sometimes, the real limiting factor of any athlete, individual, team or organization is the boundaries by which they define as possible and impossible. Whether in sports, business or life, the quest for excellence is a shared phenomenon. For over 15 years I have specialized in high performance as an Olympian and world-class athlete, researcher, scholar, and consultant. In 2004, I founded Optimal Zone Inc., a boutique high performance consulting firm that helps athlete, individuals and businesses realize their potential through a unique comprehensive approach. Our work is based on science, research, and experience. We KNOW high performance. Let me help you discover your optimal zone for high performance.
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Forrester helped Michigan to runner-up finishes at the Big Ten Indoor and Outdoor Championships in 1997 before leading the Wolverines to three straight conference titles, including the 1998 indoor and outdoor, and 1999 indoor championships.
With 22 medals to his name, Michael Phelps has entered the history books as the most decorated Olympic Games athlete ever. We may never see another athlete accomplish what he has in our lifetime. But, does that make him the ultimate athlete of the Olympic Games? Some may argue that perhaps that...
The Olympic Games...what might seem like a four-year cycle of preparation, is for most athletes decades of training, clocking in tens of thousands of hour of intense sessions, just for this moment. As an Olympian, I can tell you that nothing quite prepares you for what it is like to...
Listen carefully and you'll notice the barrage of comments referencing the monumental role mental state has on the performances of athletes competing in the Olympic Games or a major championship sporting event. If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times before - often the difference between a podium...
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