Khloe Kardashian has become my fitness inspiration. She’s a prime example that hard work and dedication gets you results.
Khloe was just showing off her banging new physique on the cover of Complex magazine and now she also graces the September issue of Women’s Health. Khloe’s body has been the topic of discussion for a while now, even to the point where she had to slam plastic surgery rumors. Nowadays I guess it’s just hard for people to believe that some celebrities get their bodies from actually working out and not on the operating table.
In the new issue Khloe talks about her revenge body, Lamar Odom, Caitlyn Jenner and more.
On her fit physique: “I’m a foodie. If I could control what I eat, I would have the best body ever. But because I have no self-control, and I don’t really care to have it, I have to work harder. I would rather work out harder and eat what I want, in moderation.”
On how hard it was when she first started: “The first 45 days you’re like, ‘F–k this s–t.’ You’re exhausted, you’re sore, and I actually felt fatter because I was swollen. If you keep going, you’re eventually like, ‘Wow, is that an indentation on my arm. Yeah, it’s a revenge body. But it’s just as much for all my critics who called me ‘the fat one’ for my entire existence.”
On being Kanye’s muse for NYFW’s presentation of Yeezy season: “Kanye was like, ‘I want you to come and be a fit model, And I was like, ‘Did you mean to call Kylie?’ And he was like, ‘No, I’m calling you. Your body vibes are my influence this year.'”
On Lamar being the love of her life: “I love Lamar to death. He is the love of my life. We had a fantastic marriage. Do I wish he had tried harder? Yes. Do I think that he maybe didn’t have the energy to fight because he was fighting so many other things? Yeah.”
On Caitlyn Jenner: “I know she’s Caitlyn now, but she’s still my father figure [in the same way that] single mothers can also take on both roles,” she says. “We want her to be as happy and free as she needs to be. I tweeted that we’re all transitioning, assuming that people would understand that we were adjusting emotionally, not that I was implying we were all going through the same changes. I wasn’t trying to offend anyone. I’m learning. We’re all learning. It’s just hard to learn when millions are watching.”