Khloe Kardashian has been the talk of the town with her new hair and incredible fit and healthy shape. She just became the global spokesperson for Protein World (her secret weapon in fitness and weight loss). She’s been urging her fans to try to the Protein World 30- Day Challenge which utilizes her personal favorite product line for toning, Protein World’s Slender Blend. Check out tips from Khloe to achieve your perfect fitness below!
Tips from Khloe to train healthy:
“For those starting training or already aiming for a goal, my biggest piece of advice is to remind ourselves that we all have to start somewhere. I also love that someone once told me you can’t get it all in one day. You have to remember to set realistic goals. Things that you will actually hit and start slowly. But reward yourself when you hit that goal…then set a new goal.”
“I’ve been using Protein World’s Slender Blend for a while now and have grown to love the shakes. Alongside my busy lifestyle and my training regime the shakes help me build strength and maintain a balanced diet.”
“Drinking lemon water every day is a huge thing for me. I drink at least 3 to 4 liters of water a day. Sometimes that gets incredibly boring, so adding lemon to your water really helps you consume it easier. Also, the health benefits of lemon water is a huge plus for me.”
“Workout gear I couldn’t live without? My jump rope, ab roller, weight lifting gloves. These are a MUST!!”
My biggest tip is to not compare yourself to anybody else’s body. We all are shaped so differently and we all need different tools to lose weight or gain weight faster. I think the best tip is to genuinely know your body and pay attention to yourself. For me, I started slowly on a diet. I would go week by week taking certain things out of my diet that I should not be eating. I couldn’t do it all in one day or else I would feel really deprived and I knew I was going to fail. So for me on weak one I cut out dairy. Week two I cut out sodas. Week three I cut out any juice and only drank water. So on and so forth. That is how I had to operate.”