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Kourtney Kardashian doesn't understand SoulCycle hype

Published 21/11/2016

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian relies on water to keep her appetite under control, as well as tackling any skin, health or weight problems she has.

Kourtney Kardashian doesn’t understand why everyone is “obsessed” with SoulCycle.

The reality TV star and mother-of-three is a fitness fanatic, often showing off the results of her hard work in stylish red carpet ensembles and flattering social media snaps. Her favourite form of exercise is building up a sweat at home with her trainer, where she does everything from play basketball to ab-strengthening activities, rather than joining in the current Hollywood health hype.

“SoulCycle - it’s just not for me,” she admitted to Byrdie. “I go in, I feel like I have no clue what I’m doing, no clue about turning that knob thing; I can’t tell the difference between one move and the next. It’s just so not for me.

“And the music is not for me. I don’t know, maybe I’ve been to the wrong classes - I’ve only tried it twice - and maybe I’ve had the wrong teacher. But every time I’ve been I’m like, ‘Why on earth? How is everyone obsessed with this?’”

One thing the brunette beauty is fanatical about is her water consumption, believing that most weight, skin or health problems can be cured by gulping down some H2O. Kourtney relies on water to help ease any bloating and to help her body “step up”, revealing she can drop around two pounds in one day with the more she drinks.

“Half the time when you’re hungry, you’re really thirsty,” she pointed out. “I mean, I eat constantly throughout the day, so I’m not saying don’t eat and just drink water, but I notice I eat less just because I’m so full from the water.”

Drinking water leaves her feeling so well that the 37-year-old insists she doesn’t take any medicine at all, even when under the weather.

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