It should come as no surprise that Khloe is bouncing back quick - she is known for her dedication to fitness. The reality star has always kept fans apprised by posting pictures and videos of herself rocking a workout regime, from burpees to lifting weights.
The youngest Kardashian sister has had help not only from her sisters, Kim and Kourtney, who work out with her regularly, but also from her personal trainer, Gunnar Peterson.
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When asked about some tactics that she uses to stay in shape, Khloe advised to cut not just junk food, but dairy as well.
Kardashian also recommended limiting portions, citing the idea that often times people's eyes are bigger than their stomachs. She suggested training the body to want smaller amounts of food, which can lead to a feeling of fullness after consuming less.
Khloe also shared that she mixes up her workout routines. She normally hits the gym five times per week but makes sure that she is doing different sorts of exercises. Her circuit includes Soul Cycle, hot yoga, circuit training, and courses that involve moving her body around obstacles that are set before her.
Kardashian gave birth to her baby, True Thompson, on April 12th, 2018. The little girl weighted 6 lbs, 13 oz and like her some of her cousins (Kim's kids North, Saint, and Chicago), no middle name was listed on her birth certificate.
True was born in her father, Tristan Thompson's, city of Cleveland. Her NBA star dad plays for the Cavaliers, thus the family's relocation to Ohio. True was also born in the midst of controversy, as photos of Tristan with a number of women who were not Khloe surfaced in the week before her birth.
There have been no official indications as to whether Kardashian and Thompson are trying to work out their relationship, or if the two are simply co-parenting in the same city. The Kardashian clan has made statements in support of both Khloe and True but have stayed away from commenting on the status of Khloe's relationship with True's father.