Ever since she broke into the spotlight a while ago, Kim Kardashian has taken great pride in her fuller figure, as opposed to the way other stars of her age look. However, as of late, she’s been hitting the gym a lot and working really hard in preparation for summer, when she must look her best in her bathing suit. Luckily, the results have not failed to appear, but she’s still working on a six-pack, Entertainment & Showbiz
The socialite, who has already dropped a few sizes
ever since she started working out regularly and sticking to a healthy, balanced diet, says that, while slimmer, she still needs to put more work into her abs. She already has a flat tummy, but it’s not as defined as she would like it to be, Kim adds, vouching that she’ll have a six-pack by summer, no matter what.
“I have been going sooo hard in the gym, and I really feel it’s paying off!” Kardashian is quoted as saying. “My tummy is soo toned. Why is it that the top part gets ripped first and the lower part is sooo hard to tone up!? I am determined to have a six-pack by summer! In a feminine way, of course.” the socialite and television personality further shares.
Initially a size 6, Kim is now a size 2 and very happy about it. Her secret consists in working out every day at the gym with a personal trainer and sticking to a macrobiotic diet, which includes soy cheese, veggie burgers, tofu and quinoa. She still indulges in French fries and regular burgers every now and then, this admittedly being her only guilty pleasure as regards food, but, even when she does so, she never forgets to be moderate about it.
Kim’s workout plan consists of exercises that focus on all muscles, since she is hardly a fan of sweating outdoors. Each session starts with a warm-up and moves on to cardio exercises with five-pound weights. Squats and lunges, meant for the lower body, are among Kim’s favorites, since she knows very well that this specific part of her body is also the one more prone to giving her headaches. She also does crunches for the abs, and stretching at the end of each session to improve flexibility and avoid sore muscles.