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Kim Kardashian's 'fresh' fitness

Published 27/06/2016

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian's trainer Harley Pasternak has shared some of the star's secrets to her killer body.

Kim Kardashian keeps her exercise regime "fresh" to avoid getting bored.

The 35-year-old star is looking better than ever at the moment, shedding the baby weight she gained from daughter North, three, and six-month- old son Saint to go back to her streamlined 2010 physique. She's been keeping fans up to date on her progress via Instagram and Twitter and at the end of May (16) stunned followers when she weighed in at 132 pounds (60 kilograms).

"In order to make time for the gym, sometimes she gets up at 3 or 4am," a friend divulged to U.S. OK! magazine. "It's been really hard, but she has great trainers helping her out."

"Kim works with a few different trainers and does different methods so she doesn't get bored," one trainer, Harley Pasternak, added. "She keeps it fresh."

Kim apparently has her eyes on the 120 mark, and is making sure her FitBit gets 10,000 steps a day thanks to Harley. She also gets stuck into SoulCycle, Pilates Plus and Barry's Bootcamp to keep herself toned and trim.

Even husband Kanye West has been roped in to help, as Kim previously shared a video on Snapchat of the rapper joining her for a sprint workout.

"To say she's been dedicated would be an understatement," her friend added.

Even Kim's nutritionist, Colette Heimowitz, praises the brunette beauty for her outlook on slimming down and is impressed by her fitness journey.

"She's smart and she's motivated and she's committed," Colette said.

But even Kim gets her hang-ups, as earlier this month (Jun16) she revealed she had insecurities about her famous bottom, telling People magazine: "My butt was huge. I would walk backwards so he (Kanye) couldn't see. And I would be so insecure about changing in a fitting like, 'Babe, you can't look at me!'"

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