How Do I Get Beachbody Like Kim Kardashian's

 How Do I Get Beachbody Like Kim Kardashian's

"I want a Kim Kardashian body" - one of my personal training clients told me recently. I wasn't kidding, so I took some time to figure out what was needed...

After some analysis and research… I developed a plan of action to help my client get back in the best shape of her life in time for her summer vacation. I thought it would be great to share these same tips with you, to help those looking to achieve a Kim Kardashian body.

Before I share some tips, you're probably thinking... "Why the hell should we trust you, Nick?!?!" Bottom line… I have completed over 10,000 1-1 personal training sessions and have a track record of body transformation results. Check out my testimonials here if you don't believe me. In addition, most of my clientele is made up of women between 25 and 35 years old. So I know how to help women get toned and in the best shape of their lives.

If you want to know more about how to have the body of Kim Kardashian, keep reading. I promise you this article is full of knowledge bombs that will help you...


Before I get into the juicy knowledge bombs, I'd like to point out that I have no affiliation with Kim Kardashian (I wish I did!) The information I'm about to share is my personal opinion on what I think it takes to get a body. like Kim Kardashian's.


As of this writing, Kim Kardashian has 141 million followers on Instagram! I know this points out the obvious...but Kim appeals to the masses, especially women, who admire her beauty.

There are many characteristics that make Kim attractive...

Of course, Kim has a beautiful face, symmetrical, attractive and, in the opinion of many people… perfect!

While I would love to tell you about Kim's skin, lash, makeup, and hair routine... the truth is... I'm a typical guy... and I have no idea about all of that.

BUT I know how to help a woman when it comes to sculpting her figure, and I'm going to help you with that throughout this post. I'm going to help you with nutrition and exercise, and if you combine the tips I give you…it will help you achieve a Kim Kardashian beach body in no time!


The ideal body is going to be different from person to person, some people like to be slim, others rounder or athletic, you name it, as long as you're happy, that's the main thing!

I think one of the reasons Kim Kardashian's body is so attractive is that she embodies an overall healthy look. Kim looks athletic and fit, but not too extreme and despite what you may think... she is a very attainable look for many young women.

Now let's see how to achieve this look...


Bodybuilding is becoming more and more accepted by women (which is amazing!). For years and years, many women have been afraid to lift weights due to the following mistakes…

“lifting weights makes you a man”

"women should lift light weights and do high reps"

The above are just a few examples that are not true! Weights won't make you bulky 99.9% of the time! The only exceptions are if you're consuming too many calories in addition to lifting weights, or if you have a hormonal problem (high testosterone, PCOS, etc.), though again, don't be afraid to lift weights. if you have these conditions. When in doubt... be sure to seek the help of a physician and seek the advice of a professional personal trainer before embarking on strength training.


Strength training is key when it comes to sculpting a toned figure, and the stronger you get, the better! Most women opt for lighter weights and higher reps, although this can still be beneficial as training with high reps burns a lot of calories, I personally find that clients respond better to lifting weights with lower reps. For example, I'm a big fan of 8-12 reps for each exercise (although I'll include higher reps as well).


In terms of great exercises to help you get the Kim Kardashian look, I'd recommend things like: Deadlifts, Squats (wide, narrow, jump squats, all kinds of squats!), DB Raise, DB Row , hip thrusts, planks, sit-ups, sit-ups, and lunges. A good personal trainer will be able to set up a program if you don't know how to set up a training program on your own. A trainer will also show you the techniques and teach you, so it's worth hiring an expert, even if it's just for a few sessions.

With each workout, try to do 3 sets of each exercise and perform between 8 and 15 repetitions. Rest 45 to 60 seconds between each series. I would recommend you lift weights 4 times a week and then do cardio on your rest days, for example…

Monday – weight training 1

Tuesday – 20-30 min cardio

Wednesday – weight training 2

Thursday – 20-30 min cardio

Friday – weight training 3

saturday -rest

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