Kimberly Noel Kardashian West aka Kim Kardashian is an American media personality, socialite, model, businesswoman, producer, and actress and tv star. who was born on October 21, 1980, in Los Angeles, California.
Kardashian initial gained media attention as an addict and stylist of Paris Hilton, however received wider notice when a 2002 sex tape, Kim Kardashian, Superstar, together with her then-boyfriend Ray J was discharged in 2007.
Later that year, she and her family began to seem in the E! reality tv series Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2007–2021).
Its success before long semiconductor diode to the formation of the spin-off series Kourtney and Kim Take New York (2011–2012) and Kourtney and Kim Take Miami (2009–2013).
Her body’s booty made her the world-famous butt is thus curvaceous, fans are usually left inquisitive if the fantastic behind is all hers.
That body shape and booty haven’t come to existence without perseverance and strict workout and diet.
Quick stats About Kardashian body
Kim Kardashian Height: 5’ 2”
Kim Kardashian Weight: 146 lbs
Chest: 38 Inches
Waist: 27 inches
Hip: 42 inches
So what is Kim Kardashian Workout Routine ?
Kim Kardashian is not that advanced when it comes to workouts because she loves to add variety, as reported by her trainer.
She inculcates weight training, agility, and focuses on cardio-based exercises as her workout session includes extreme jump squats on a smith machine, mountain climbers and box jumps, and 100 weighted jumping jacks.
Straight-Leg Kicks are often referred to as Frankenstein or monster kicks because of the resemblance to the fictional character when performing this movement. It’s a great movement for actively stretching the hamstrings and warming up the core.
How to Perform a straight leg kick?
- Stand with your feet hip-width apart.
- Take a step forward with your left leg as you kick your right leg into the air and attempt to touch your toes with your left hand
- Return to the starting position and then step forward with your right leg, kicking your left leg into the air and reaching for your toes with your right hand
- Repeat this movement until you feel warmed up, moving forward as you alternate kicking your legs in front of you. You should feel and look like Frankenstein’s monster when performing this movement.
This complex movement engages muscle groups in the upper and lower parts of the body. It’s also great for core development and neurological coordination.
How to deadlift?
- Stand with your feet hip-width apart and toes facing forward, holding dumbbells or a barbell in your hands.
- Hinge from your hips and push your butt back like you’re trying to get it to touch an imaginary wall behind you. Keep your knees soft, but do not bend them, to engage the hamstrings. Keep your back flat and shoulder blades squeezed together to engage your upper back muscles as you reach and move the weights toward your shins. Do not round or hyperextend your back.
- Once you hit your end range of motion (as low as you can get without rounding your back), squeeze your glutes to drive your hips forward and return to the upright standing position.
This movement will challenge your inner and outer thigh muscles more than the previous Step-Ups, while also promoting great glute activation.
- Find a stable chair, bench, step, or box to step on. The surface should be 6 to 18 inches off the floor, depending on your height and skill level.
- If you have dumbbells, hold those at your sides or hold one at your chest with both hands. If you have a barbell, then place it behind your neck, resting on your shoulders
- Stand next to the box, chair, or step so it is on your left side
- Keeping the box or step on your left side, step laterally onto the box with your left foot as you bring your right leg up and drive your knee to hip height, knee bent to a 90-degree angle. Squeeze your glutes at the top.
- Step down and take your foot completely off the box or step before repeating the movement. Perform all the reps on this side before repeating on the opposite side.
ADDITIONAL MUSCLES WORKED: Core, Glutes, Hamstrings Goblet Squats are a great way to perfect your squat form.
The counterbalance of front-loaded weight keeps your body from shifting too far forward when you squat.
This is because the weight forces your hips to sit back. Think of this motion as sitting down and standing up like you would if you were to sit on a chair—that will help you understand what the movement should feel like.
- Stand with your feet hip-width apart and toes facing forward, holding a dumbbell with both hands in front of your chest.
- Push your hips back and imagine yourself sitting down into a chair as you
bend at the knees and lower yourself down into a squat position
- Stop at the bottom of your squat when your knees and hips form a 90 degree angle.
- When you’re ready to return to standing, press down through your feet and drive up out of the floor to stand, squeezing your glutes at the top.
What is Kardashians diet plan ?
Protein builds muscle
Literally. So why not she just eat a ton of protein? Well, cause that’s not meeting her body’s needs. She only need about 1 gram of protein per body weight. Eating more does not lead to more muscle gain.
Carbs are not the enemy!
Her body literally must have carbs in order to function, especially when building muscle and sweating out hard like we do. How much is right for her or you? It’s approx 1-2 g of carbohydrates per lb. of body weight. So anywhere between 130-260 g for Kim Kardashian is all good.
Almonds and cashews are where it’s at. Not only do both almonds & cashews pack in about 150-170 high-quality calories per 1 oz serving, but they’re also the perfect blend of protein, fats, and fiber. That means your body uses these calories, without packin on the lbs. Instead, they’ll help you pack on that junk in the trunk.
Chickpeas are not only the delish base of our fave snackin’ dip, hummus, but they also are v underrated! These little beans (aka garbanzo beans) have 31 grams of complex carbs (helping you stay satisfied longer), 5 g of fiber, 5 g of protein, along with other vitamins & minerals like manganese, iron, and more.
Quick note: In order to get a complete protein, you’ve gotta combine chickpeas with another plant protein — think: whole grains or nuts. Brown rice + chickpeas = complete! And a serving of this combo made in heaven is 20 g. of protein.
This could be beef (though I don’t personally eat it), turkey, chicken, or white fish. Beef is high in creatine, which is what your muscles use to create energy quickly. It’ll help you level up your workouts (more reps, include weights, add in booty etc.)
It’s also rich in iron, which you need to deliver oxygen to your cells. Not to mention, many women are iron-deficient and don’t even know it.
Source does matter: get your beef from grass-fed cattle. More expensive, but so worth it. Cause you’re worth it.