Nick Cheadle
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Who is Nick Cheadle?

Nick Cheadle, an Australian fitness model, and sponsored athlete was born in 1989.

When he was in high school, he first began playing cricket and tennis, but after he graduated and started working as a personal trainer, his interests in sports shifted slightly.

Short Career of Nick Cheadle

Nick Cheadle began putting on weight as a result of his ignorance of nutrition and healthy food options. He then decided to make a life transformation and turn into the best possible role model.

Without a doubt, Nick has established himself as a well-known fitness icon and a source of inspiration for fitness fans everywhere.

Body Measurements of Nick Cheadle

Full Name: Nick Cheadle
ALIAS: Nick Cheadle
ERA: 2000, 2010
PROFESSION: Bodybuilder, Fitness Model, Personal Trainer
WEIGHT: 185 – 195lbs (83.9 – 88.5kg) 
HEIGHT: 5’11” (180cm)

Nick Cheadle


Bodybuilding To Cricket

Cricket was Nick’s first love when he was small. But he also liked to play tennis and rugby. As he didn’t have the same structure after high school, he gradually began to drift away from athletics and became less active.

Even though he became a personal trainer after high school and moved away from home, he said, “I started to grow a little ‘fluffy’ at one time!”

Putting On Weight

“I didn’t like what I saw in the mirror, even though I was a personal trainer! I made the decision that I needed to change since I felt like I wasn’t “walking the walk.”

He consumed a lot of “take-out” food and rarely cooked, which led to him quickly gaining weight. At this stage of his life, Nick had little understanding of nutrition and thought that all he needed to do was “find the right exercise regimen.”

Taking on a Modeling Role

People don’t want trainers who are out of shape, after all. Looking back, I believe that I struggled with a mild case of orthorexia. I started concentrating on my nutrition, and I did so in an extremely tight and structured way.

Nick Cheadle decided to research and master the fundamentals of nutrition after realizing that his health was deteriorating and that he wasn’t the best role model for a personal trainer. He researched, put forth a lot of effort, and realized his dreams.

Now in Nick’s Life

Since his transformation, Nick has worked as a brand sponsor, an athletic model, and the founder of an effective online coaching program.


Continuous Overload

Depending on his training objective for the month, Nick will execute squats, bench presses, and deadlifts two to three times a week in addition to moderate and heavy days.

Instead of trying to pack as much volume into a single session, Nick is always aiming to increase it over time. Around his primary compound lifts, he will primarily undertake classic bodybuilding accessory work.

Additionally, he enjoys using overload and drops set techniques.


HIIT is Nick’s preferred type of cardio. He will perform cardio once or twice a week, depending on his goals. He occasionally does away with cardio altogether, though. However, Nick usually continues with his cardio since, in his own words, it makes him feel better.

He will perform 6–8 sprints at 100% effort for 15-20 seconds during his HIIT exercise, followed by an active rest period of 1:40 seconds.

Nick’s Exercise Program


  • Deadlifts 5 x 8-10
  • Snatch Grip Deadlift 3 x 10-12
  • Incline Dumbbell Bench Press 4 x 12-15
  • Decline Cable Fly’s 4 x 20
  • DB Shoulder Press 4 x 8-10
  • DB Lateral Raise 4 x 12-15


  • Squats 5 x 5
  • Weighted Walking Lunges 4 x 30
  • Leg Extensions 4 x 20
  • Hamstring Curls 4 x 20
  • Weighted Calf Press 5 x 10


  • Incline Dumbbell Bench Press 5 x 10-12
  • Decline Cable Fly’s 5 x 20
  • Weighted Wide Grip Chins 4 x 6-8
  • Pulldowns 4 x 12-15
  • One-Arm Dumbbell Row 4 x 10-12
  • Machine Row 4 x 12-15
  • Standing Overhead Barbell Press 4 x 6-8
  • Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press 4 x 12-15
  • Bent-Over Rear Delt Fly’s 4 x 15


  • Sprints
  • Barbell Rollouts 3 x 15
  • Weighted V-Sit Ups 3 x 15
  • Hanging Leg Raises 3 x 20
  • Exercise Ball Oblique Crunch 3 x 15
  • Cable Woodchop 3 x 15
  • Russian Twist 3 x 50
  • Weighted Calf Press 5 x 12


  • Deadlift 5 x 5-6
  • Rack Pull 3 x 8
  • Incline Bench Press 4 x 8
  • Incline Dumbbell Fly’s 4 x 12
  • Decline Cable Fly’s 4 x 20
  • Wide Grip Pulldown 4 x 12-15
  • Bent-Over Barbell Row 4 x 12-15
  • Seated Machine Row 4 x 12-15
  • Straight Arm Cable Pushdown 3 x 12-15


  • Squats 5 x 8-10
  • Leg Press 3 x 50
  • Leg Extension 4 x 25
  • Hamstring Curl 4 x 25
  • Calf Raise 5 x 15


  • Sprints

Nick Cheadle


Adaptable Diet

Nick Cheadle claims to be a strong advocate of moderation. Flexible diets are his key nutritional tenet.

“The ability to change my portion sizes is one of the benefits of adopting a flexible eating plan. I keep tabs on my macros and consume mostly natural foods.

Additionally, Nick makes sure he eats enough fruits and vegetables to maintain a regular and balanced diet while using a flexible eating plan.

Most of the year, he’ll like to maintain a slim physique, but his schedule will always be a factor.

Nick’s Everyday Menu

  • Meal 1: 2 scoops Whey, 1 Banana
  • Meal 2: 6 ounces Low Fat Greek Yogurt, 6 ounces Oats, 1 tablespoon Peanut Butter, and 1 Skim Cappuccino
  • Also, Meal 3: 5-7 ounces Ground Turkey, 4-6 ounces Brown Rice, 6-8 ounces Mixed Vegetables, 1 slice Low Fat Cheese, and Barbeque Sauce
  • Meal 4: 5-7 ounces Chicken or Beef, 4-6 ounces Sweet Potato or Pumpkin 6-8 ounces Leafy Greens, 1 slice Low Fat Cheese, and Sauce
  • Also, Meal 5: 5-7 ounces Baked Chicken, 4-6 ounces Fries, and 6-8 ounces Vegetables
  • Meal 6: Chocolate, Ice-Cream or 1 scoop of Whey

Nick’s Supplements

  • Whey Protein
  • BCAA’s
  • Creatine
  • Pre-Workout Stimulant

Influences and Idols

Nick Cheadle identified Shaun Stafford and Steeve Cook as his primary bodybuilding influences. Despite their ascent to stardom, he respects how grounded and modest they both are.