Nicole Evans

Nicole is a cancer survivor turned bodybuilder, fitness instructor, and coach, striving to inspire others to be a victor.

Placed 2nd

in west group three

Ms. Health and Fitness and Jared Allen's Homes for Wounded Warriors would like to thank Nicole Evans and her voters for helping us donate $179,724.93 to our injured United States military veterans!


What would you recommend to others who want to be fit and healthy?

I recommend to others that it’s all about finding your own motivation through your own struggles. If you can take something that’s been a hardship in your life and utilize it towards becoming physically and mentally stronger, the rest is easy because you have a firm, committed reason not to give up.

How does fitness positively influence your life?

Fitness keeps my mind right. I would lift and grind and hustle day in and day out, regardless of what it does to my physique. Fitness makes me feel good. To me, it’s more of a reminder of my personal strength, my progress, my work ethic, and that I can do anything and everything I set my mind to. Fitness builds self-confidence and burns self-doubt.

If you were the next Ms Health and Fitness, what would you do with $20,000?

I would use $20,000 to form a non-profit organization to help those suffering from mental disorders (like depression, etc.) through live fitness workshops. I quote Elle Woods from Legally Blonde when I say: “Fitness releases endorphins and endorphins make you happy. Happy people don’t just kill they’re husbands. They just don’t.”😂 I believe fitness could help mental and emotional issues people struggle with and are afraid to talk about. And looking good is a bonus!