Khloé Kardashian is obsessed with staying fit, but she has bigger goals in mind than just maintaining a trim physique.
“I love strength. I know some girls just want to be thin, but I prefer to be muscular,” the 38-year-old Kardashian star tells exclusively. “I appreciate my body being strong. I not only want to be thin, but I want to be very strong.”
Khloé Kardashian adds: “Everyone has their own body goals and desires, but I love it when I finally get that tricep cut or feel like, “Oh my god, I have new muscle definition. “I’ve always wanted that.
According to Kardashian, who calls herself a “gym enthusiast,” she’s been working out for years and thinks of maintaining her fitness as a “journey” for her “thought, body, and spirit.”
“Fitness is only a factor in mental health, and I feel extremely successful when I go to the gym,” she says. “You get out of the gym what you put in.”
“I never regret going to the gym,” says the mother of two, although she is the first to admit that she has time “all the time” where she has to speak aloud to herself to stay active.
According to Kardashian, the sense of satisfaction that comes from finishing something makes you feel like, “Okay, I feel good,” and you know you’re on the right track that day. “I mean, I’m falling behind and sometimes find excuses not to go to the book,” Khloé Kardashian says.
As the latest brand ambassador for Hydro, a maker of intelligent rowing machines, Kardashian is using her passion for fitness to promote the product, which she refers to as her exercise equipment.
The Good American co-founder claims that Hydro helps her work up a sweat because she gets bored “very, really fast.”
I appreciate that having the monitor in front of you gives you the impression that you’re on the water, Kardashian says. And I love how diverse it is, with all the different classes and places you can go.
“Using a rower as part of my normal fitness program helps me get things done while simultaneously making my body work hard,” she continues. In 15 to 20 minutes, you can work 86 percent of your muscles.” Even if you don’t have an hour to devote to rowing practice.