Kim Kardashian has been successfully working towards her 70lbs weight loss goal, recently revealing she has already shed over 40lbs. Now, the 35-year-old has shared a breakdown of the fitness routine she's been following as she focuses on staying in shape.
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Kim Kardashian has given fans an in-depth look at her fitness routine
Opening up in a candid post on her eponymous blog, the Keeping up with the Kardashians star confessed that she has been "hating getting up early to work out", but added that "it's a must" in order to keep up her regime.
However, Kim explained that to stay motivated, she's been turning to a variety of different classes, including Barry's Bootcamp, which she described as "the best workout".
The mother-of-two has also been receiving support from her family and friends, trying out classes such as Pilates Plus and SoulCycle with her siblings and mum Kris Jenner.
Kim turned to Khloé for workout recommendations
"Khloé goes a lot and she really got me into it. Such a good sweat," she explained. It comes as no surprise that Kim turned to her younger sibling for recommendations – Khloé has firmly established herself as a fitness guru in recent months, often sharing glimpses of her workouts on Instagram and revealing her exercise secrets on her app.It's not just her family who keep her on track – Kim also turns to celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson, who also works with stars such as Gigi Hadid and Sylvester Stallone.
"Gunnar is amazing! He has a private gym where we just grind, grind, grind!!!" Kim explained. "I put in the work and I definitely see it paying off."
There's no doubt that Kim is motivated – even when her hectic schedule sees her travelling around the world the star works hard to make time for exercise. Often spotted heading to Paris with husband Kanye West, the reality TV star revealed she often hits L'Usine gym to fit in her workouts.
"It’s such a chic gym in the middle of the city, with great equipment, classes and amenities," she wrote. "It's great to have a go-to spot in Paris."