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Kim K 'frustrated by lack of tone'

Published 22/07/2014

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is said to be taking more measures to ensure she gets back into shape.

The 33-year-old beauty is envied for her hourglass figure, which she worked hard to get back after giving birth to her and husband Kanye West's daughter North last June. She looked stunning in a Givenchy Haute Couture gown for her nuptials to the rapper in May, but it is thought Kim still doesn't feel confident in herself.

"Kim was thrilled with how she looked at the wedding, but she's eased off diets in recent weeks and she's not happy about her weight gain and lack of tone," a source told British magazine Closer.

The brunette star often posts photos of herself in a bikini on her Instagram account, and it was recently rumoured she uses her bridal gown as "motivation" to lose more weight. On top of this Kim is said to be planning strenuous exercises.

"She's vowed to get back her killer curves. Kim's focusing on weight-based training to tone up," the insider added. "She's running 30 minutes a day and working with weights on her legs and bum."

These aren't the only measures Kim is said to be taking. She is thought to also be turning to restricting undergarments too.

"She's going to bed in an eye-wateringly tight corset to shrink her waist. It makes sleep pretty much impossible, but Kim says it's worth it," a source previously said. "She visits the gym twice a day and is focusing on her arms and stomach. That means 100 tricep dips, 100 bicep curls and 200 stomach crunches. She wants to lose 10lbs by the end of the summer - no matter the cost."

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