Kourtney Kardashian’s ‘sibling workout’
Kourtney Kardashian has decided to exercise through the pain of her breakup with Scott Disick.
On Monday it was reported the 36-year-old reality star ended her relationship with Scott Disick after spending nine years together.
But the alleged split hasn’t conquered Kourtney, as the stunning brunette shared a picture via Instagram Tuesday in which she is seen taking part in an intense step fitness session with her famous sisters Khloé and Kim Kardashian.
“Sister workout sesh this morning in the rain (sic),” Kourtney wrote in the image’s caption.
The photo sees Kourtney, Kim and Khloé lined up in a row over their individual balance platforms. The gorgeous siblings have their fitness game faces on in the motion capture pic, as they are all in the midst of what appears to be a challenging step move.
This is the first image Kourtney has shared on social media since her rumoured split with Scott went public.
Previous reports claim sibling rivalry has always motivated Kourtney to exercise harder.
“Kourtney joked that she’ll be the most toned of the Kardashian sisters and has been working hard on her body for six weeks,” an insider told British magazine Closer. “Kourtney has seen how hard her sisters were working and she didn’t want to be left behind – she wanted a flatter tummy and a more pert bum.”
Kourtney shares son Mason, five, daughter Penelope, three, and baby boy Reign, seven months, with her alleged ex Scott.
And she has spoken in the past about how relatives have encouraged her to remain healthy.
"My family has always been into exercise. My dad [the late Robert Kardashian] used to tape episodes of Seinfeld and Friends and watch them in the morning while he was on the treadmill,” she recalled to Shape magazine, noting her stepfather Bruce Jenner, who is now known as Caitlyn, introduced the family to martial arts cardio technique Tae Bo.
"Kim and I went almost every day after school. Sometimes we'd do two [Tae Bo] classes in a row because we had so much energy. But carrying an extra 40lbs started to bother my knees, so I had to stop."
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