Kim Kardashian West is one busy woman these days. Apart from having a successful career, an active social life, and a big family, she now has the responsibility of managing three kids. She is now busy doting on her newborn surrogate daughter, Chicago West (who was born just a few days ago) and is a very hands-on mom.
Still, she makes time for a workout and makes healthy eating choices. The results of her efforts are quite visible on social media too. If you want to know what Kim is planning to stay fit in 2018, you can just keep scrolling.
Kim Kardashian Post-Holiday Fitness
The Keeping up with the Kardashians (2007-Present) star got back on the fitness wagon soon after holidays and admitted that she did overindulge during the holiday season. She also shared her fitness tool this time, a milkshake meal replacement diet, Shake It Baby program from Flat Tummy Co. She added that she was feeling pretty good after trying this method.
Talking about the overindulgence, she said that she had a lot of fun during Christmas and New Year. As a result, she was not able to stick to her grueling workouts and healthy eating habits. This meal replacement diet helped her to get started on the fitness path again as they help her get her flat tummy back.
Crediting her trainer Melissa Alcantara for keeping her motivated, the stunner said that she is hoping to improve her fitness level in 2018. Her trainer works hard to keep her focused and makes her feel good about the progress she has made.
The Four Simple Tips
The four simple tips that help the TV star to stay motivated were recently shared by Alcantara. They are:
- Set a goal
- Plan ahead
- Stay disciplined
- Recite your routine
While working with her clients, she makes a list of goals that need to be reached and writes them down. These goals are usually achievable, and help in keeping the client motivated & accountable. The client also feels good when these goals are reached.
A Real Inspiration
West found Alcantara on Instagram and thought she was something because she had gained 70 pounds in her pregnancy and now, she is ripped. She helps the sister of Khloe Kardashian to direct her food and workouts. The mother of Saint West also adds that if she could be 10 percent like Alcantara, it would change her life.
Don’t Fall Off the Fitness Wagon
The fitness expert also warns people against slipping off the fitness wagon because getting off it is easy but getting back on it is tougher than you can imagine.
Appreciating her client, the celebrity trainer said that Kim trains hard and she has a great work ethic which is why it’s a pleasure to train her.
Kim Kardashian Exercise Goals 2018
One of the new year resolutions shared by the wife of Kanye West is that she wants to be more consistent regarding fitness and weight train at least 5-6 days a week with her trainer. She also hopes to work harder than before.
Kim Kardashian Workout 2018
The reality star is also after more muscles and wants bigger hamstrings to accentuate the entire leg. She is also after cut arms and abs. To achieve this goal, the duo is working six days a week with an aim to bulk up biceps, triceps, shoulders, back, and chest. They also have leg days which are quite grueling, but the beauty does it because she’s a workhorse, says her trainer.
Apart from bodybuilding, the model also does cardio exercises in which she switches back and forth between high-intensity short bursts and low-intensity walks.
Kim Kardashian Diet Plan 2018
The diet of the socialite is a balanced one. She has a balanced amount of carbs, fats, and proteins. Her diet plan usually includes:
Blueberry Oatmeal Pancakes
Vegetables with chicken and sweet potatoes
Vegetables and some fish
She also avoids processed foods and replaces them with fresh, real foods. To have a healthy diet, you should also avoid anything that comes in a box.
Fitness Tips for Kim Kardashian West Fans
Though it’s true that we can’t afford a personal trainer or a diet expert as she can, we can learn to stay focused, have a goal in mind and be determined to reach it like her.
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