- Khloé Kardashian Shared Her 7-Day Workout Plan In Detail
- Being on ‘Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian’ Isn’t As Easy as It Looks Trainer Gunnar Peterson Says
- Contestants face ‘self-doubt’ and ‘self-criticism’
- Gunnar Peterson’s advice for staying consistent with workouts
- When does Season 3 of ‘Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian’ premiere?
- 👺 2. The Show Is All About Getting Thin—Not Healthy
- MORE: Why No One Cares About Kendall Jenner Anymore
- 👺 3. It’s Horribly Exploitative
- 👺 4. This Kind of Exercise Can Lead to Obsession and Eating Disorders
- 👺 5. Exercise Should Be About Health—and Moderation
- Here’s Khloe Kardashian’s full-body workout that is surprisingly doable
- She’s a big fan of the BOSU ball.
- She works out with a trainer that she is comfortable with.
- The Kardashians make working out a social event.
- She mixes up her workouts.
- She uses full-body moves throughout her workout routine.
- She doesn’t use lack of equipment or access to a gym as excuses to skip a workout.
- She wears a sauna suit during cardio sessions.
- She uses the DB Method to sculpt her famous derrière.
- She focuses on the mental and emotional benefits of exercise.
- What Is Khloe Kardashian’s Morning Routine?
- Her alarms goes off at 5 a.m.
- She fuels up for her workout
- She’s out of the house in 20 minutes
- She does affirmations with True
- Kardashian loves a routine
- It’s all True, all the time
- She drinks water
- Here’s Exactly What Khloe Kardashian Eats To Stay In Shape
- Kardashian puts her health above her work
- Kardashian eats seven meals per day
- She makes sure to incorporate plenty of fruit
- Kardashian also has an intense workout regimen
- Khloe Kardashian is sharing the secrets to her stunning revenge body, from beating the bloat with the right diet to fitness that takes just 5 minutes!
- Now is the perfect time to start fresh & get your body toned in the new year & luckily, Khloe Kardashian’s trainer, Luke Milton, shared the five-step full-body exercise routine that will get you in the best shape!
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By now you’re well aware that Khloé Kardashian likes to dedicate plenty of time in her schedule to working out. But unless you watch her Snapchat religiously, you probably don’t know *exactly* what her typical week looks like. Luckily, for anyone who’s curious, the Revenge Body star recently shared her seven-day fitness plan on her app.
Khloé is a proponent of switching things up, “by strength training with a focus on different body parts on different days,” which is a smart strategy, since working the same muscle group for multiple days in a row makes it harder for muscles to heal, impeding results. (See: Why Post-Workout Muscle Soreness Hits People at Different Times)
Here’s how she blocks out a typical week.
Day 1: Cardio
Khloé starts out the week with cardio, which isn’t her fave, so she’s all about alternating between running, Rise Nation (which uses a VersaClimber), and the occasional boxing session. FYI, as we previously reported, mixing up your cardio will not only prevent boredom, it’ll also keep you from plateauing and increase your endurance at the same time.
Day 2: Legs and Butt
After a dreaded day of cardio comes Khloé’s favorite: leg and butt day. To really work your largest muscle groups, try this kettlebell deadlift workout from Khloé’s trainer Lyzabeth Lopez.
Day 3: Core
Next, Khloé moves on to her core, focusing on moves that incorporate balance and engage your full body, she says. (See also: The sex position she relies on for a “hardcore core workout.”)
Day 4: Cardio
Another one of her go-tos for a killer cardio workout is a spin class at SoulCycle. “There’s so much energy and enthusiasm in a class like SoulCycle that you often push yourself further than you thought you could go!” she writes. “If you haven’t yet, I highly recommend checking out a spin class in your area.”
Day 5: Arms
Khloé says her arms are her least favorite muscle group to work on, since progress is slow. She recommends working out with a partner for motivation. (Try out the arm moves she does with Kourtney.)
Day 6: Total-Body
Next, Khloé goes for a total-body workout. One of her favorite pieces of equipment for a full-body burn? Battle ropes. “They are super intense, but don’t let them intimidate you!,” she writes. “Just 10 minutes on the ropes is a major workout and makes you feel incredible!”
Day 7: Recovery
After six consecutive days of working out, Khloé takes a rest day. Your rest day should be spent on active recovery and not sitting on your butt. Khloé likes to use the day for stretching, foam rolling, taking a bath, and yoga.
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Being on ‘Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian’ Isn’t As Easy as It Looks Trainer Gunnar Peterson Says
Getting a revenge body is harder than it looks.
That’s what celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson had to say about being on Khloé Kardashian’s reality show, Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian, where the 34-year-old provides contestants with the tools to better their physical and mental health, acting as a mentor.
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Having a personal trainer at the ready along with a nutrition plan may seem like the hard part of a getting a “revenge body” is done but it’s not.
The trainer to the stars is a regular on Khloé Kardashian’s fitness show and says there’s a lot more that goes into it than meets the eye.
“You think that because it’s all laid out for you that it’s going to be easy to execute, it’s not,” Peterson told Page Six. “There’s a lot of discipline and there are a lot of mental games,” he added.
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Peterson has trained Kardashian for years and calls himself the “OG” or original guy of the show because he’s participated in all three seasons. Other celebrity clients of his include Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Lopez, and Angelina Jolie to name a few.
Contestants face ‘self-doubt’ and ‘self-criticism’
Watching contestants on Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian meet with personal trainers and talk with nutritionists or dieticians may seem like a dream come true like the biggest weight-loss hurdles have been passed because of the tools provided by the show but the contestants are responsible for much more.
“They’re thrown into what may look like, ‘Oh, cool so I get a trainer, somebody to help me with my diet, this is gonna be great,’…there’s still a lot of work required on the contestants part,” Peterson told the publication.
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They face mental challenges throughout their transformation.
“If doesn’t happen the way they envision it happening right out of the gate, then there’s self-doubt and then there’s self-criticism,” he added.
Peterson continued, saying he provides mental support for those on the show as well helping them with the physical training by checking in with contestants.
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“You have to remind them, ‘Hey I’m on your team, I’m here for you, I’m your guy, I’m checking in with you just to make sure we stay the course so this becomes routine,’” he said.
So routine, in fact, exercise becomes like taking a shower, he added.
Gunnar Peterson’s advice for staying consistent with workouts
Peterson passed along tips to stay consistent with exercise by thinking of it in another way. “Treat it like a first date,” he said. Another way to think about it? “Like a job interview,” he added.
“You’re not going to cancel those,” he said.
When does Season 3 of ‘Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian’ premiere?
The newest season of Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian premieres Sunday, July 7, at 9/8c on E!.
Expect to see “inspiring” transformations from contestants this season, according to Kardashian, who recently posted a trailer for the show on her Instagram.
“The transformations this season on #RevengeBody are SO inspiring. proud of everyone who was/is on this journey Don’t miss the season premiere July 7 at 9|8c only on E!,” she wrote.
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The transformations this season on #RevengeBody are SO inspiring. proud of everyone who was/is on this journey Don’t miss the season premiere July 7 at 9|8c only on E!
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The video for the new season shows one contestant puking during a workout, which their trainer likens to an “exorcism,” while another person expects the experience to be “kind of fun,” including “sippin’ mimosas.” Kardashian is quick to provide a reality check. “This is gonna be really hard,” she said in the video.
👺 2. The Show Is All About Getting Thin—Not Healthy
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Kardashian has been sharing some seriously problematic “before and after” photos on Instagram leading up to the premiere. For example, in the image on the above left, Kardashian looks perfectly healthy—there’s no reason for her to seek weight loss. But instead, she began working out and obtained what she calls a “revenge body,” which she shows off on the right.
The issue with channeling one’s attention into revenge—and, even more troubling, into molding one’s body into severely skewed societal standards around what bodies “should” look like as a vehicle toward such a goal—is that it can be extremely unhealthy, and it just doesn’t work, at least not in the long-term.
MORE: Why No One Cares About Kendall Jenner Anymore
“The real problem in focusing on our bodies, and on revenge, is that both lend themselves to obsessive behavior,” notes Limotte. “That might make great television, but is not a viable strategy for coping with loss and rejection. The best medicine for that is time, self-discovery, and understanding our relationship patterns so that we are less likely to repeat them.” Yeah, no one is talking about any of that on Revenge Body, that’s for sure.
👺 3. It’s Horribly Exploitative
In the first few minutes of the show, cameras watch a young man named Will binge-eating Chinese takeout and a chocolate cake alone in his apartment, then sitting shirtless on his bed, looking sad. Then, cut to a snuggle with a huge teddy bear. The shots are voyeuristic and parasitic, clearly reveling in this “inside look”—and completely unnecessary for the storyline of the show. This is plain-old exploitation at its finest, and we can just hear some TV exec saying, “Do we have a giant stuffed animal somewhere? Can we get that on screen?” And so begins an hour of extremely disturbing television.
Sure, some may argue that he and his fellow cohort signed up for this, and sign up they did. But people will volunteer to do literally anything if it’ll be televised—see Born in the Wild and Dating Naked—especially if a Kardashian is involved. “It was one of those moments that you’ll never forget in your life, because it’s Khloé Kardashian,” Will says in an on-screen confessional of meeting the reality star.
As to why Will joined the show: “My boyfriend, Kyle, broke up with me, and I want him back so bad,” he told Kardashian. “I really want to lose all this weight, so maybe I can get him back … He told me, straight to my face, he wasn’t attracted to me anymore.” Kardashian’s response: “Mmm,” telegraphing her best concerned face.
👺 4. This Kind of Exercise Can Lead to Obsession and Eating Disorders
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Revenge Body certainly isn’t the first TV show to follow a bunch of people working out in the hopes of losing weight. (Those other shows have their own problems.) But it is the first one to make the process about revenge—the people on this show aren’t motivated to hit the gym for health reasons, though that may play into their decision. They’re getting their sweat on for the express purpose of making someone else feel bad.
If you start a revenge-based workout plan, it can lead to obsessive exercise. “If the exercise becomes obsessive, it can lead to life-threatening health consequences,” says Limotte, noting those can include physical injury and “psychological impairment.” There’s even a condition associated with this phenomenon—”overtraining syndrome”—which looks like “depression, irritability, and increased anxiety and guilt around not exercising,” adds Limotte. “Over-exercise can also lead to the development of an eating disorder, which is a serious illness that often persists for many years.”
👺 5. Exercise Should Be About Health—and Moderation
Episode 1 of Revenge Body is the first and last installment of the series we plan to watch. And as far as Limotte is concerned, when in doubt, slow your roll. “I recommend Churchill’s principal of economy of effort: Why exercise for two hours when 30 minutes will suffice?”
Kardashian’s last show, Kocktails with Khloé, had an unfortunate name and was pretty lackluster, but at least it was benign. When it was, uh, kanceled, no one was exactly surprised, but perhaps we all should’ve paid a little more attention to the fact that Kardashian was apparently pining to focus her attention on “other jobs,” according to a source via TMZ when Kocktails was shut down. Now we know what those “other jobs” entail, and now we’re pining—for earlier days of Kardashian TV.
Here’s Khloe Kardashian’s full-body workout that is surprisingly doable
- Khloe Kardashian is known for embracing a healthy lifestyle and strict workout regimens.
- The reality star frequently shares fitness tips on her app.
- She modifies simple moves with combinations, added weights, and a BOSU ball.
- She also embraces friendly competition and works out with her sisters.
- Kardashian’s celebrity trainer, Gunnar Peterson, has shared some of her key workouts with INSIDER.
It’s been over a month since Khloe Kardashian gave birth to her first child, and she’s already returned to her pre-baby exercise routine. This is not entirely surprising because, as any loyal Koko follower knows, the gym is her “sanctuary.”
“It feels so good to finally sweat again and feel like that I’m evolving and doing something progressive for my body and my mind,” she shared in a recent Snapchat video.
The youngest of the Kardashian trio has built her own individual brand by pivoting to a healthy, fitness-focused lifestyle, namely with her book “Strong Looks Better Naked” and her show “Revenge Body.” The reality star is happy to bring fans along on her journey and often shares workout tips on her app.
Here’s everything we know about Kardashian’s work out routine.
She’s a big fan of the BOSU ball.
Kardashian has been seen modifying regular typical moves, like planks and mountain climbers, by adding a BOSU ball. This prop is particularly useful for ab workouts.
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Kardashian has posted a full ab workout, including seven moves with 10 reps each, on her app. As YouTuber Michelle Khare noted while trying the routine, balancing on top of the BOSU ball increases difficulty and engages your core more than if you were to perform these moves on the ground.
“It feels like I’m doing it on a waterbed,” Khare says while doing sit-ups.
She works out with a trainer that she is comfortable with.
Gunnar Peterson has worked with several members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, including Kim, Khloe, and Kendall.
“I’ve known Gunnar since I was 15. My mom would take me to school, but I would have to go early for her training session, and I’d see Puff Daddy, Jennifer Lopez, and Cameron Diaz. So when I was like, ‘I’m going to a fitness routine,’ that’s who I called,” Kardashian told Women’s Health.
She has also told USA Today that she prefers trainers who are funny rather than strict or militant.
“I like you to push me and motivate me, but I’m paying you so don’t f—— yell at me,” she joked in an interview with USA Today.
Any follower, Snapchat friend, or “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” fan will know that the sisters share fitness as a top priority. It makes sense, then, to share their workout routines as well.
Having a workout buddy can help with accountability and motivation, especially when you’re exhausted — or even hungover.
Kardashian has said that she embraces the competition that breeds between herself and her sisters.
“I always thought that Kourtney was like a little bit of a p—- in the gym so I would never work out with her, because I’m a beast in the gym,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “But now we’ve worked out together and I’m like, ‘Kourtney is badass.'”
Can you believe my sisters abs?!?!?? I mean…… Ok @kourtneykardash I see you boo!!!! I miss my workout buddy!!! You’re my motivation!
She mixes up her workouts.
Kardashian has also been known to substitute typical cardio workouts — like running, her “least favorite thing” — with boxing.
A little NYE workout @bodyandsoulboxinggym ! Had to break a quick sweat to get ready for tonight’s festivities!🍾🍾🍾
She uses full-body moves throughout her workout routine.
As many of us know by now, spot reduction doesn’t exist. In fact, a 2013 study found that targeting a specific part of the body does not produce fat loss in that area. Working out can reduce your overall body fat, but you can’t control where it comes from.
Both Kardashian and Peterson are well aware of this fact. One workout routine that they shared with Women’s Health reveals her use of multi-faceted combinations — like the “Renegade Row to Mountain Climber,” which engages your core and arms while incorporating cardio.
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“Combination movements will give you the most bang for your buck,” Peterson told Marie Claire. “I have nothing against tricep kickbacks, but I’d rather have you do a skater’s lunge with a kickback and get a lower body workout. Instead of just a lateral raise from the shoulders, think about a side lunge to the lateral raise or a squat, so you’re getting more effort out of your body for the movement you’re putting in.”
She doesn’t use lack of equipment or access to a gym as excuses to skip a workout.
“You don’t need a gym membership or a trainer to work out. There’s a ton of small, relatively inexpensive equipment you can buy to create your own home gym,” Kardashian wrote in a blog post.
Kardashian revealed that she keeps a kettlebell set, yoga mat, and jump rope (all available on Amazon) in her garage. She told USA Today that she always travels with a jump rope.
However, as Peterson notes, many of Kardashian’s workout moves can be replicated at home with small adjustments — even without classic gym paraphernalia.
“Don’t let lack of equipment be your reason for not doing it,” he asserts in the video above.
Peterson suggests using everyday objects like bags of sugar, water bottles, or milk cartons if you’re missing dumbells — “whatever you have at home to create the resistance.”
She wears a sauna suit during cardio sessions.
“I hate running, but I’ll run the trails in my neighborhood and wear a sauna suit that looks like a garbage bag,” she told Health. “You take it off and it’s like a pool of sweat. It’s all water weight, but it’s a good trick if you want to de-bloat. I up my water intake when I do it.”
It’s important to note that this practice is not necessarily recommended by experts. Dr. Charlie Seltzer told Cosmopolitan that wearing a sauna suit “doesn’t make sense.”
“The likelihood of overheating and dehydration is huge, and death is the worst-case scenario. And if you make up for all the water you’re losing by drinking more, your stomach will feel sloshy and full, which can impact quality of your workout,” Seltzer said.
She uses the DB Method to sculpt her famous derrière.
The DB Method is an at-home workout machine designed for non-impact squats to strengthen your spine, tone your body, and make your butt firm.
“A booty sculptor that you can easily fold up and store out of sight? Yassss, please,” she wrote on her blog.
Today I needed to sweat it out! I was so irritated but that sweat session helped me calm down lol Cardio! Cardio! Cardio!
“I was inspired to create the DB Method after working with a trainer who taught me how to effectively target my glutes; it changed my body and the way I work out forever. There wasn’t a machine out there to mimic this positioning, so I set out to create it,” founder of the DB Method Erika Rayman told Brit + Co.
She focuses on the mental and emotional benefits of exercise.
Kardashian has billed “Revenge Body” as a transformation show — but not always in the way that you might think. For her, losing weight is secondary to feeling confident in your own skin.
“For me, how I would define a ‘revenge body’ is how you feel your sexiest and happiest within yourself,” she told USA Today. “I turned to working out , because I needed clarity in my brain and I didn’t know what else to do but go to the gym. And, as a byproduct, I started losing weight.”
In fact, the reality star doesn’t even weigh herself because a number doesn’t “define you.”
“I think to be happy comes from within,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “There’s so many miserable people that are thin and they’re hungry.”
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What Is Khloe Kardashian’s Morning Routine?
Khloe Kardashian is known for loving the gym. She’s referred to it as her “sanctuary,” and it’s fitting that her day begins with a visit to the gym. Keep reading to learn what the youngest Kardashian sister does on any given morning.
Her alarms goes off at 5 a.m.
Kardashian is clearly a morning person.
“I wash my face and put sunscreen on. Sometimes I’ll even do a little glam for the gym, but nothing takes a lot of time in the morning,” she said on her app, according to The Daily Mail.
She fuels up for her workout
By 5:13 a.m. she’s already got her hair up in a ponytail and is eating a packet of Justin’s almond butter.
“At that hour no one wants to eat, but I need a little something to fuel my workout.”
She’s out of the house in 20 minutes
Between 5: 20 a.m. and 5:30 a.m., she’s getting ready to leave the house for a training session with celebrity trainer, Gunnar Peterson.
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In an interview with Women’s Health in 2015, Kardashian talked about why she trains with Peterson.
“I’ve known Gunnar since I was 15. My mom would take me to school, but I would have to go early for her training session, and I’d see Puff Daddy, Jennifer Lopez, and Cameron Diaz. So when I was like, ‘I’m going to a fitness routine,’ that’s who I called,” Kardashian said.
She’s said before that she likes to switch up her workouts.
“I love SoulCycle, hot yoga, circuit training, obstacle-type things,” Kardashian told USA Today. “I don’t like to do the same workout all the time.”
She does affirmations with True
On her now shutdown app, Kardashian said she does daily affirmations with her baby, True Thompson.
“She’s only a few months old, but we stand in the mirror, and I say something to her reflection, and I pretend she’s saying it back to herself. Social media is a gift and a curse, but I really want to make my daughter feel beautiful and teach her that makeup is fun but, at the end of the day, none of us need it. Let it just be something you enjoy.”
Kardashian loves a routine
When True was born, Kardashian was OK with the newborn baby routine. “The truth is, all babies do is eat, sleep, potty, REPEAT for weeks,” she wrote on her app according to Us Weekly.
“I love a routine, so not going to lie, this works for me,” Kardashian wrote.
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When she was in Cleveland living with Tristan Thompson, True’s father, she would regularly take walks with True in their neighborhood.
It’s all True, all the time
“ is very hands-on with her baby daughter, and although she “has help” with the newborn, it’s more as support and company. Khloé seems to like having someone with experience help her, but she still spends most hours of the day with her daughter,” a source told People.
She drinks water
All while taking care of True and hosting her fitness show, Revenge Body, Kardashian is drinking water. You can see her on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians carrying around a gallon of water.
NEW YORK, NY – MARCH 03: Khloe Kardashian attends Allergan KYBELLA event at IAC Building on March 3, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Allergan)
“I had to train myself to drink more water. I drink like 5 liters of water a day,” Kardashian told People. “I yell at and Kendall to drink more water.”
At home in Calabasas, California, Khloé Kardashian is prepping for a busy day of filming Keeping Up With the Kardashians. With French-manicured tips and platinum waves flowing down her 5’10” frame, the new mom is getting ready in her glamorous master bath. The room was once an epic sneaker closet belonging to the home’s previous owner, Justin Bieber, but Kardashian has made it into her own fantasy space, decorated with magenta-hued Q-tips and black-and-white portraits of Marilyn Monroe.
With one-year-old daughter True Thompson fluttering around the airy space, Kardashian begins her skin care with a mattifying witch hazel toner and a hefty dose of SPF, careful to take the application down to her neck and chest. For her BB cream, Kardashian makes her own concoction: one part moisturizer, one part foundation stick. “Since becoming a mom, this is what I do,” Kardashian laughs, describing her routine of getting ready while taking care of True. “I had to learn how to do makeup really quickly, and not do too many wet things. Because if it’s wet and I have to run after her, it’s going to set really weird and then I’m going to look super blotchy.”
Next up, Kardashian applies concealer under her eyes, courtesy of sister Kim’s cult cover-all product. “I’m just in awe of all their techniques,” she remarks about her family’s skills. “Whenever Kylie does a makeup tutorial…I’m so captivated.” Then comes a little baking and contouring, two things that are practically part of this clan’s DNA. Growing up, Kardashian says, “I would take tips and tricks from my sisters.” (Both Kourtney and Kim were enrolled in a makeup class as teenagers.)
For eyes that stand out on camera (the family films their show six days a week, after all) Kardashian applies her new shadow palette, a collaboration—her third—with Kylie Cosmetics. “It was so fun working with her,” she says of beauty-mogul sister Kylie. “We both respect each other.” The palette’s shade names are centered around True, who Kardashian explains was named for her grandfather and great grandfather. “I love that there’s family history, there’s a story behind it,” she says.
After a quick coffee break, lashes get the bombshell treatment as the new mom confesses that she “will not leave the house without mascara.” Then it’s brows, bronzer, and blush—plus a second coat of mascara. And to wipe off those pesky flakes that always seem to always land on eyelids? Grab a clean spoolie once the marks are dry and flick them away.
“Who doesn’t like glitter and sparkly things?” Kardashian argues while brushing highlighter on her cheeks and collarbones. “I think this is really sexy, when you have this glow.” For the finale, Kardashian fills out her pout with a lip liner and pats on some clear gloss. Her everyday routine is ready for primetime.
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Here’s Exactly What Khloe Kardashian Eats To Stay In Shape
Khloe Kardashian has the ultimate revenge body. When Keeping Up With the Kardashians first aired, Kardashian was bullied for not being as skinny as her famous sisters. Eventually, she met and married former NBA star Lamar Odom, but the couple’s relationship ended in divorce when Odom had trouble kicking his battle with addiction. Kardashian then decided to get her “revenge body” and essentially completely transformed herself to be even more beautiful than she already was. Today, her diet plays a major role in keeping her in shape.
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Kardashian puts her health above her work
One of the biggest changes Kardashian made when she started on her wellness journey was to put her own health first. Philip Goglia, the family’s nutritionist, told People there would be times when Kardashian would need to fill up her water bottle or something of the sort, but she would decide she had to take a meeting first. Once she switched her lifestyle, she started hitting pause and taking care of that nutrition factor prior to taking care of work; she made a complete lifestyle change, which led to a physical change.
Kardashian eats seven meals per day
Seven meals a day sounds like way too many. However, everyone’s body works differently, and Goglia has said in the past that what works for Kardashian doesn’t work for everyone. Certain people might need three meals per day, and others might need six. Kardashian eats six meals minimum, but it’s usually seven, and they contain a combination of different nutrients. Most meals involve healthy fats and protein, along with fruits and vegetables. Snacks are involved as well.
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Khloe Kardashian changed her lifestyle to change her appearance.
She makes sure to incorporate plenty of fruit
According to Stylecaster, Kardashian starts her day with a protein shake featuring whey, almond butter and fruit. She then has another piece of fruit as a mid-morning snack. Lunch is also protein-focused, featuring chicken, salad, and vegetables. (She makes sure the salads have plenty of iron and often uses spinach instead of regular lettuce.) Later in the day, she has a snack consisting of something simple, such as celery or tomatoes with almonds — it’s an interesting combination, but if it works for her, then who are we to judge?
Kardashian has a late-afternoon snack, which could be either another cup of celery or more tomatoes; this time, she pairs the tomatoes with a fried egg for some extra protein. For dinner, she typically eats fish (salmon or sea bass are common choices) paired with more veggies and a salad. She finishes off her food-filled day with a piece of fruit.
Kardashian also has an intense workout regimen
Not only has Kardashian developed strict eating habits, but she also gets plenty of exercise. Her workouts, which are created by personal trainer Gunnar Peterson, involve the full body and are actually fairly quick. According to Women’s Health, the routine includes jumping jacks, dead lifts, jogging in place, and other well-known exercises all wrapped up into one workout. Peterson suggested that this full-body workout can be done more than once, depending on how much time you have on your hands. He then says to supplement days off with either a cardio workout or a favorite sport. It’s clear that Kardashian puts a lot of effort into the way she looks and feels — and it has totally paid off.
Khloe Kardashian is sharing the secrets to her stunning revenge body, from beating the bloat with the right diet to fitness that takes just 5 minutes!
Keeping Up With The Kardashians (KUWTK) star Khloe Kardashian never looked better!
The first-time mom, who welcomed her first baby into the world amid the drama of a cheating boyfriend, has shared her pride in her success in restoring her pre-baby body.
We’ve got the skinny on Khloe’s diet and fitness plan below.
Khloe Kardashian knows how to beat bloat with diet
Kardashian is a wizard when it comes to tweaking her diet for a fabulous body. Khloe turns to several key foods to beat the bloat, according to Who.
“There’s nothing more frustrating than having all your fitness and diet efforts sabotaged by bloat,” Kardashian points out.
Among the foods that Khloe eats to blast the bloat are: avocado, oats, ginger, and watermelon.
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And what she avoids is just as important. Kardashian steers clear of salt and salty foods. The results are evident in her newest Instagram photos!
Khloe Kardashian mixes up her fitness to boost metabolism
To boost her weight loss, Khloe switches workouts.
“I love SoulCycle, hot yoga, circuit training, obstacle-type things,” revealed Kardashian.
But Khloe has one form of fitness that melts away the fat in just five minutes!
“I love jumping rope.” shared the Revenge Body queen. “In five minutes I’m drenched, and I can’t breathe, and my arms hurt, but for me it’s a full-body workout.”
Which food does Khloe Kardashian use to avoid feeling ‘hangry’?
We know that feeling of being “hangry” (hungry plus angry). Kardashian has discovered that if she doesn’t have something to eat on her way home from the gym, she gets “cranky.”
So Khloe has a secret weapon!
“I have a protein shake on the car ride home from the gym,” said Kardashian.
What do you think of Khloe Kardashian’s revenge body secrets? Will you try them? Share your views below.
Every night as I snuggle into bed, I think about my plans for the next day. Often, I’ll make a promise to myself that I’ll be really productive all day and actually go to the gym and do a little workout—but it usually never happens. On Thursday night, though, Khloe Kardashian posted her workout routine on Instagram, and the video—along with her cute activewear look—is making me want to head to the gym myself. I don’t have a personal trainer or a full-ass gym set-up in my garage, but I totally feel inspired to get out there and work it out. Just when I think celebrities don’t actually have an impact on what I do, this happens. At least it’s something healthy, right?!
Apparently, fans of Koko have been asking her to start posting workout videos again, so she happily obliged. There are no step-by-step instructions on how to get the same workout that the reality star’s personal trainer gives her, but it’s a start, and it’s oddly inspirational. While most of what happens in the lives of the Kardashian/Jenner family is wildly unrealistic for most of us, this is a small thing that’s relatively attainable. Like I said, I don’t have a personal trainer to show me what moves to do in the gym, but I can still go and totally copy Khlo’s look.
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Many people ask me to post my workouts like I used to. I may start filming my workouts again. 🤷🏼♀️ I didn’t record my ab routine or my cardio warm up but it’s a start. TRAINER: @coachjoe.paris OUTFIT: @goodamerican MUSIC: Kanye West
I mean, of course Khloe is wearing Good American—her own clothing line—in the video. And that means we can all ~get the look~ before we head to the gym ourselves. (Waiting for the clothes to ship to me is a great time to mentally prepare for the impending workout.) Now I just have to figure out how to copy the workout itself, and I’ll be set. Even if I fail, though, I’ll still look cute. (It’s the little things.)
The new year is always a great time to start over and set your intentions for the upcoming months. If your goal is to get fit and shed some weight, then you are in luck, because Khloe Kardashian’s, 35, Revenge Body trainer, Luke Milton, shared his workout tips with HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. Luke, who owns his own gym, Training Mate, swears by a five-step workout circuit that will whip you into shape and get you moving at the gym, plus, he had a lot of tips on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. When it comes to making sure you actually stick to your fitness goals in the new year, Luke shared, “Consistency is the key, find something you enjoy and stick with it. Group fitness classes like Training Mate are great for this as it doesn’t become just about the workout, you start to enjoy the community and ‘mates.’ Also, don’t beat yourself up too much about the overindulgence during the holidays, you just contributed to your ‘social health.’ Set a couple of achievable goals and go get them!”
If you want to ease yourself into the gym but get an amazing, effective workout, Luke shared his low-impact full-body workout circuit that will tone you up.
“1. Warm-up for five minutes walking on the treadmill.
2. 20 push-ups (can be done on your knees)
3. 20 bodyweight squats
4. 25 jumping jacks
5. 45-second plank hold
“Repeat this 3 times and finish with a comfortable 10-15 min walk on the treadmill.
“Remember consistency is key with your health, so, schedule your workouts and stick to them.”
Along with working out, Luke suggested other ways you can get in shape including healthy diet tips. “Hydration is key!” Luke stated. “Have a large glass of water at every meal. One thing that I do every morning is, squeeze a whole lemon into a large glass of water as the first thing I have. It’s a great way to start the hydration process and kick start the body. When it comes to food, I’m a big believer in ‘keeping it simple and as close to its natural state as possible.’ Increase the amount of micro nutrient-dense foods in your diet, nutrient-dense, dark green leafy veggies are a great way to give your body really important vitamins and make you feel good from the inside out. If you eat meat, try to limit the amount of red meat you have and stick to leaner fish and poultry.”
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#RevengeBody trainer Luke Milton walks us through three of his go-to fitness moves and our fave is obviously the Kangaroo Squat. 😉
As for other ways to kick off the new year on a healthy note, Luke shared, “Focus on hydration and set small, specific, achievable goals and get back into a consistent sleep pattern. A lot of the time you can feel overwhelmed by having to start a fitness/healthy lifestyle program, especially after the holidays. Focus on things you can control, like hydration. Aim to drink approximately two liters per day (more when working out), hydration is the key to a healthy lifestyle. Also, plan your exercise. Example: ‘I am committing to five workouts this week. Day one Training Mate, day two beach walk for 45 mins,’ etc. Keep to your plan and you will feel accomplished and healthier. Turn the phone and electronics off before bed, get a good nights sleep (at least 6.5 hrs) and try to relax before you go to bed. Be mindful of caffeine and other things that stop good sleep. I recently took a MyDNA test and it shows that I need at least 8 hours between my last coffee (caffeine) and bedtime, a very helpful tip for me.”
Getting in shape doesn’t just stop at working out and eating healthy, and Luke revealed there are other aspects that can help you. “I truly believe that a healthy lifestyle is achieved when we have 1. Physical health 2. Social health and 3. Mental health. So, find ways to exercise that you enjoy like a group class or social team and be consistent 4-5 times per week for at least 45 minutes – move your body! Commit and schedule time with loved ones and friends, it can’t be all work and no play. Organize social catch-ups frequently and remember to keep it positive. Meditate and get a good night’s sleep. If you can consistently do all of these things you will live a happier healthier life.”