About

Kim Waldauer is nationally certified as a personal trainer by the American Council on Exercise, training clients in the Los Angeles area. Her clients range from celebrities and world champion athletes, to busy executives, to pre- and post-natal moms. Kim's workouts have been featured in magazines including Weight Watchers and Oxygen. She teaches group exercise classes at several studios including Crunch Fitness, designs and integrates fitness for corporations such as Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles, has presented fitness programs in partnership with Athleta fitness clothing, and is the Fitness Coach at Victory Dojo and Fitness.

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Kim is nationally certified personal trainer, training clients in the Los Angeles area. Her clients range from celebrities and world champion athletes, to busy executives, to pre- and post-natal moms. Kim's workouts have been featured in magazines including Weight Watchers and Oxygen and she is a contributing writer at OneGreenPlanet.org. She teaches group exercise classes at studios including Equinox and Crunch Fitness, and has created several exclusive workouts including  "TRX Beast Mode Yogi" (a Crunch Fitness nationally-released main studio class), "Bitches Who Box" (Victory Dojo, Burbank) and "MMA Conditioning" (Equinox, Los Angeles). Kim also designs and integrates fitness for corporations such as Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles, has presented fitness programs in partnership with Lululemon and Athleta fitness clothing, and is the Fitness Coach at Victory Dojo, the West Coast Headquarters of the International Federation of Kyokushin Karate.

Becoming a fitness professional was a natural progression after years of figure skating, dance, yoga and running.  She knows first hand what it means to battle and overcome weight gain and injuries.  Kim maintains a vigorous workout schedule comprised of strength training, yoga, Pilates, running and kickboxing. She also dabbles as a competitive weekend warrior: in 2013 she raced the Malibu International SUPathlon (5 miles running followed by 5 miles Stand Up Paddle Board) then 6 days later raced the Palos Verdes 1/2 Marathon. She won 1st place in her age division for both races.