4 Workout Moves to Steal From Khloe Kardashian’s Fitness Routine
It’s no secret that Khloe Kardashian is a bit of a fitness buff. One look at her giant closet packed with workout clothes is enough to prove that. To show off the results of all the hours she’s spent at the gym, the 31-year-old recently posed for Complex in a super steamy editorial. To get a jump on all the folks who would inevitably deem her super strong bod as nothing but a photoshop fantasy, Khloe posted an unretouched image next to a final shot.
Khloe captioned the photo, “This one is for all the troll haters out there that cannot seem to give me an ounce of credit for my daily workouts! The image on the left is an unretouched photo from the actual camera on the day of the shoot. The image on the right is the retouched photo. Yes skin is smooth and shadows are removed but I still think I look good on the left image. Flaws and all hi hater!!!”
There’s no denying that Khloe looks awesome, retouched or not. If the photos are leaving you wondering what exactly her workout routine consists of, we’ve got good news. Khloe has been known to regularly share snaps of her workouts on Instagram. Here are four moves Khloe does that you can totally copy next time you hit the gym.
1. Barbell Squats: Squats on there own can be brutal, but if you really want to crank it up another level add on the weight of a barbell. That being said, there is definite technique involved in this move (so you don’t throw your back out). Be sure to check out Girl Gone Strong’s tutorial on building the proper technique before you give this a try. (Photo via @kendalljenner)
2. Ab Roller: Khloe is making this look like a piece of cake, but make no mistake these are a surefire way to make laughing a painful activity the next day. If you’re looking for a effective move you can do at home, grab your own ab roller and get that six-pack started ASAP. (Photo via @khloekardashian)
3. Pull-Ups: If you can do more that two pull-ups in a row you probably have most of us beat. But just because they’re tough doesn’t mean you should avoid them altogether. To make more reps doable, try adding resistance bands down by your feet like Khloe is doing in this photo. (Photo via @khloekardashian)
4. Sled Drags: Sled drags can be great for strengthening your lower back and legs. According to Breaking Muscle, the major benefit to this type of workout is there is no eccentric loading (the motion of an active muscle while it is lengthening under load), which can be a leading cause in muscular tension, damage and soreness. (Photo via @khloekardashian)
Do you do any of these workout moves at the gym? Share your routine with us in the comments below.
(Photo via @khloekardashian)