One of the top fitness experts in the United States and CEO and president of Get Fit with Nik, Inc.  Nikki Kimbrough has shared her knowledge of health and fitness with the country on such programs as The Steve Harvey Show (NBC), Headline News (CNN), The Today Show (NBC), Good Morning America (ABC), The Early Show (CBS), Better TV, The Get Fit w/Nik Web Series ( and Makeover Manor (TV-One). Kimbrough has been a fitness contributor for Time Inc, Essence, Fitness and Shape magazines; and a consultant and member of The Gold's Gym Fitness Institute. 

​Kimbrough’s health and fitness career blossomed when she was a national spokes person for Bally Total Fitness for over six years. She appeared on a host of national and local news and entertainment shows, starred in national Bally Total Fitness commercials and was the co-host on the national FIT-TV show, “Fit Family." Today when Kimbrough isn’t training clients or teaching her popular Get Fit w/Nik Boot Camp, she is running marathons, participating in triathlons and Tough Mudders. She has a diverse training background that ranges from dance to boxing, to weight training to Bikram Yoga.

A dynamic trainer, Kimbrough has a connection with audiences and clients that make people believe their ability to control their health and change their lifestyle. ​“It’s all about learning, loving and living healthy,” explains Kimbrough; “LEARNING the fundamentals of fitness and nutrition, LOVING yourself and LIVING a healthier lifestyle."​ Kimbrough holds a BA in English from the University of Virginia and a MA in Public Relations from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She holds several fitness accreditations including a NASM certification.​ In addition to fitness, Kimbrough made her Broadway debut in the role of Etta James in the Broadway musical "A Night With Janis Joplin." She enjoys the Arts and is the executive director of the Harlem All-Stars Theater Group (HASTG), where their mission is to create extraordinary theater experiences that educate, encourage and inspire young people.