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Bodybuilder moves on in magazine competition
Turlock native competing for cover, cash
Nicole Rempfer, a former Turlock Police officer, has moved onto the quarter finals in a contest to be on the cover of Muscle & Fitness HERS magazine (Photo contributed).

Nicole Rempfer, the former Turlock Police officer competing to land on the cover of Muscle & Fitness HERS magazine and win $20,000, has advanced to the next round.

Rempfer was able to hold on to the top spot in her group and has moved onto the quarter finals. She will have to claim the top spot again when voting closes July 22, in order to move to the semi-final round.

The winner of the competition will be featured on the cover of the magazine and claim the $20,000 cash prize.

Votes can be cast daily. The competition also has Warrior votes for a donation.

“Warrior votes go towards Homes for Wounded Warriors to help retrofit homes for our veterans who return home with disabilities,” Rempfer said. “This is such an amazing organization that I am proud to help support through this competition.”

Rempfer grew up in Turlock and served on the police force for five and a half years before relocating to Redding and continuing to serve with their police department.

She competed in her first bodybuilding competition this year and won five awards, including two first place honors.

If Rempfer is able to win the cover and the $20,000 prize, she said she would use the money to pursue certification as a personal trainer and nutritionist.

“This would allow me a new opportunity to make a positive impact on others wanting to make healthy changes in their own lives,” Rempfer said. “I would also love to take my husband on his dream vacation to Ireland and my kids to Disney World as they have been huge supporters for me in my fitness journey. They exercise with me, encourage me, and are a huge part of my why for being fit.”

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