Androniki Christides Umina
became an athlete early in her life playing soccer. She also played volleyball and basketball throughout her younger years. Nikki pursed soccer into high school where she played for the varsity team all four years. Nikki received her bachelor degree in Biology and Sports Medicine at Baldwin-Wallace College. She went on to receive her Master’s of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from Walsh University. Throughout college and graduate school, Nikki became very interested in health and fitness, running outside every day and weight training 4 to 5 times a week. Years later, Nikki went on to train intensely and compete in fitness competitions which she enjoyed very much. Nikki is married now with 3 children and she tries to be a positive healthy role model for them every day. She enjoys spending time with her family, exercising, skiing, and traveling. Nikki’s parents were born in Greece and she travels there often. She is fluent in speaking Greek.