Khloe Kardashian has her revenge body after years of dealing with criticism from fans, and it looks like it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Even hours after spending time with beau James Harden and celebrating Kylie Jenner’s big birthday blowout earlier this week, the reality star was spotted heading to an intense workout with trainer Gunnar Peterson. Now, he is giving us the inside scoop on just how she stays so fit!
Unlike many gym members who simply head to the gym to take a selfie before lounging around, Gunnar tells OK! Magazine that Khloe is the real deal. “She’s a worker. She’s not one of the ones in here gawking at everything or questioning things. She’s all about getting it done."
And it shows! Following the demise of her relationship with Lamar Odom, KoKo started going to the gym more than ever, and revealed recently that she “started feeling so much better.” She looks better than ever too!
So what exactly does she do when she trying to break a sweat and tone those abs? Gunnar says, “I can’t hit the body with the same thing every time, so [her routine] is constantly in flux.” For cardio, she incorporates the jump rope, Stairmaster, and the high incline treadmill. Sounds intense!
But cardio is not Khloe’s only area of expertise. She also hits the weights, and works with kettle ball swings, slide lunges with weights and squats (clearly!).
And everyone knows a sweat session means little if you’re not eating appropriately. But don’t worry— she doesn’t diet, as she recently noted, ”It think all diets are kind of weird. The word ‘die’ is in it.” True. So she’s made a lifestyle change, and Joe Buffa, a trainer in NYV at KORE—a high intensity gym like the one Khloe goes to, reveals what her meals likely consist of.
For breakfast, Joe tells OK! she probably has an athlete caliber breakfast, consisting of an egg white omelet stuffed with spinach, feta and tomato and cooked in coconut oil. That sounds pretty enticing to us!
Her lunch should include salmon, which is “easy to digest and keeps body tight,” in addition to quinoa, “one of the strongest [muscle] building grains,” says Joe.