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Wednesday 25 November 2015

Kourtney Kardashian talks exercise tips

Published 23/03/2013

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian's top tip for shedding baby weight is to work out in the morning to avoid "mom guilt".

The reality TV star gave birth to her second child Penelope in July last year.

The super-slim celebrity wasn't in a rush to regain her US size six figure after Penelope's arrival, opting for a slow and steady approach to baby weight loss instead.

"My trainer [from Tracy Anderson's studio] comes over at 7am when my kids are still asleep, so I don't have any mom guilt," Kourtney explained to British magazine Closer. "Working out at home is nice. Sometimes when I'm playing on the floor with Penelope, I'll do a few sit-ups."

Kourtney shared the shape up secrets that have helped her shed the pounds. She likes to have a toned butt, so she does exercises to lift and define it.

"I try to do squats and stuff that will keep the booty up there," she laughed. "And I'm big on running. I just put on my iPod Shuffle and go for a run near my house."

With her diet, Kourtney prefers to avoid processed foods. The 33-year-old has turned healthy eating into a fun activity she can share with her three-year-old son Mason.

"Frozen yogurt tastes so chemically to me because I eat salads and lots of salmon and chicken. Fresh food is so much better. Lately I've been obsessed with these little gluten-free crackers I give to Mason. I bake a lot with Mason too," she gushed. "We're not gluten intolerant but we like to make healthy things, like gluten-free cupcakes."

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