Certified fitness trainer, specialist in performance nutrition, master trainer and an award-winning champion in the wheelchair division of bodybuilding, two-time world power lifting champion, part of the #1 USA wheelchair ballroom dance couple,
Nick is transforming wheelchair bodybuilding at groundbreaking levels. Through Nick's extensive efforts, for the very first time in bodybuilding's competitive history, Nick Scott was granted permission to put on the first International Federation of Body Building (IFBB) Pro Wheelchair Division whereby wheelchair bodybuilders who compete at a professional level will be recognized and granted their IFBB Professional Status and earns their IFBB Pro Card. The IFBB Pro Card being the highest rank a bodybuilder can achieve. What's even more amazing, it is the first time in the world that a professional disabled sport will be on the same stage as a professional sport. For any bodybuilder, attaining the IFBB Pro Card is one of the highest honors that a bodybuilder will ever achieve.
Nick has guest-posed and competed in more than two hundred and fifty bodybuilding events globally since March 2006. The crowning achievement of his career was on March 19, 2011, when he won the overall title at the 2011 NPC Wheelchair Nationals, which were held in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. By doing so, he was able to earn the IFBB Pro Card for wheelchair bodybuilding. He also earned the WBFF Pro Card on July 18, 2009, in Atlanta, Georgia. Nick is the only wheelchair bodybuilder globally that hold two different professional wheelchair bodybuilding card from two bodybuilding organizations. Thus, far, this feat has not been replicated by any other athlete
Another major achievement in Nick’s life was on August 16, 2014, when he took the first place at the 2014 Dallas Pro in Dallas, Texas. He managed to dethrone the Undefeated Amateur & IFBB Professional Wheelchair Bodybuilder. The undefeated champion had been a pro bodybuilder before he was involved in an accident. The accident forced him to turn to wheelchair bodybuilding.
On August 15, 2015, Nick retired from professional bodybuilding. He gave his career as a pro athlete to become the Official Voice for the IFBB, NPC, and Amateur for the sport of Wheelchair Bodybuilding all over the world. Additionally, he is the Arnold Classic Pro Wheelchair Chairman for the Arnold Classic around the world.