Kim Kardashian Workout and Diet Plan

Most celebrities pay a lot of attention to their looks, but not everyone manages to look as fabulous as Kim Kardashian. She focuses a lot on working out and coming up with a great dietary plan to suit her requirements. And the results are obviously very impressive. But you have to wonder, what is she doing to look so good all the time? Let’s find out.

Kim Kardashian Exercises

According to her trainer, Kim is working out around 6 days every week, with a day of rest. Kim said that she wakes up at 5.30 AM to exercise and she does 90-minute workouts. She doesn’t perform a lot of cardio, instead, she is more focused on heavy weight lifting. On top of that, she has a variety of different butt and leg workouts that help build muscle via weight training.

Kim Kardashian

85% of the entire routine is weight training and 15% is made out of cardio here. Kim also relies a lot on workout equipment. She likes using medicine balls, stability balls or battle ropes in order to spruce up the workouts and come up with a wide range of different moves.

She also does a lot of pike ups, planks, as well as bear, crawls. And yes, she does tons of butt workouts like lunges, squatting, weighted hip thrusts. Some other exercises for her include sumo deadlifts, stiff-legged deadlifts, back squats as well as weighted kickbacks.

The main focus for Kim’s workouts is consistency, as that delivers the value and results that you would expect. Glute-specific exercises are done 2 times per week, usually with heavy sets and low rep ranges as these tend to grow muscles. Then the other day she might go for moderate weight lifting to tone and define the muscles naturally.

Kim Kardashian Cardio

Kim also involves a lot of core work in her daily workout routine. The hamstring curl machine is an important one for her because it focuses on most of the core. She also does a lot of abs bicycle workouts with clapping, reverse V ups, lying leg lifts and so on. And despite not being a fan of the cardio workouts, she will hop on the treadmill from time to time.

Work Out Schedule Day Wise

Monday

  • Dumbbell Squats (12-15 reps)
  • Cable Lats Pulldown (12-15 reps)
  • Dumbbell Row (12-15 reps)
  • Lunges (8-10 reps)
  • Crunches (12-15 reps)
  • Close Grip Biceps Curl (12-15 reps)
  • Dumbbell Biceps Curl (12-15 reps)
  • Ball Legs Curl (12-15 reps)
  • 10 mins of Mountain Climb and Skipping Rope.
  • 30 Mins of High-Intensity Intervals Training.

Tuesday

  • Dumbbell Row (12-15 reps)
  • Dumbbell Biceps Curl (12-15 reps)
  • Close Grip Biceps Curl (12-15 reps)
  • Lunges (8-12 reps)
  • Ball Legs Curl (12-15 reps)
  • Cable Lats Pulldown (12-15 reps)
  • Crunches (12-15 reps)
  • Reverse Crunches (12-15 reps)
  • Dumbbell Squats (12-15 reps)
  • Forward Lunges (8-10 reps)
  • Side Leg Raise (10-12 reps)
  • 10 mins of Mountain Climb and High Knees
  • 30 Mins of High-Intensity Intervals Training
  • Planks hold for 30 secs

Wednesday

  • Squats (12-15 reps)
  • Cable Lats Pulldown (10-12 reps)
  • Hamstrings (10-12 reps)
  • Romanian Deadlift (10-12 reps)
  • Hyperextension (10-15 reps)
  • Close Grip Triceps Curl (10-12 reps)
  • Triceps Kickback (10-15 reps)
  • Legs Curl (10-12 reps)
  • Leg Extension (10-12 reps)
  • Side Twists (10-12 reps)
  • Crunches (10-12 reps)
  • 30 Mins of Cardio

Thursday

  • 30 mins of Cardio
  • Dumbbell Bench Press (10-12 reps)
  • Incline Bench Press (10-12 reps)
  • One Hand Dumbbell Row (10-12 reps)
  • Deadlift (10-12 reps)
  • Cable Lats Pulldown (10-12 reps)
  • Triceps Pushdown (10-15 reps)
  • Straight Arms Pulldown (10-15 reps)
  • Glutes Bridge (10-15 reps)
  • (1 plank, hold for 30+ secs)

Friday

  • Dumbbell Squats (10-12 reps)
  • Lunges (10-12 reps)
  • Dumbbell Shoulder Press (10-12 reps)
  • Side Lateral Raise (10-15 reps)
  • Front Dumbbell Raise (10-12 reps)
  • Crunches (10-15 reps)
  • Planks (30 secs)
  • Side Legs raise with Twist (10-12 reps)
  • Hip Thrust (10-12 reps)
  • 30 secs of Mountain Climb and Skipping Rope
  • 30 Mins of High-Intensity Intervals Training Cardio

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