Kanye West And Kim Kardashian Take A Bootcamp Class Together

Kim_Kardashian_out_for_a_walk_in_Hawaii_081112_10The high profile celebrity couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West took time away from their busy lives and being parents to take a bootcamp class together!

The duo were seen bright and early last Friday morning at Barry’s Bootcamp class in Sherman Oaks.

Kardashian has been known for attending this popular celebrity bootcamp class, and West has attended a couple times before.

With the media scrutiny that Kardashian has faced since having baby North West, she is working to get back to that great post-baby body like she had before.

Insider told US that she has lost 40 pounds and has 10 left to lose.

Great job Kimye, glad to see that you guys are incorporating fitness in your busy lives!

Photo Credit: Getty Images

Fitness Correspondent: Hannah Townsley

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Kim Kardashian Attacked Over Pregnancy Weight Gain

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Kim Kardashian is no newbie when it comes to being criticized especially when it has to do with her weight.

As the world knows, Kim Kardashian has entered a new stage in her life, pregnancy. It is no secret that when people become pregnant, they gain a lot of weight, so why is Kim Kardashian getting judged for being “fat” while pregnant?

Her weight story has been on dozens of magazine covers for millions of people to see. Covers stretch from, “Kim Kardashian’s Pregnancy Weight Gain A Ploy To Score Weight Loss Deal” to “Pregnant Kim’s Nightmare: 65-lb Weight Gain”. Others suggest that she has gained 200 pounds and Kanye is threatening to leave her if she does not lose the weight. It seems like the media is taking ownership of her body and writing and saying whatever it wants to about it.

Pre-pregnancy Kim has always been known for her fabulous curves and gorgeous looks. She has always had a rockin’ body and her workout ethic is no secret. She goes to the gym one to two times a day with a personal trainer and eats very healthy. She kept this same routine once she got pregnant due to media scrutiny, which made people wonder: is it okay to workout hardcore while you are pregnant? Medical journalist Colette Bouchez states,

“Not only is it okay to participate in fitness activities during pregnancy,
but doing so can have a positive impact on both baby and mom.”

But just because it is safe to workout, does not mean there aren’t certain restrictions. Sue Fleming, certified fitness instructor and founder of buff-fitness.com revealed,

“After the four month, your balance is affected. So that’s when you
don’t want to do anything that will put your body in an unstable
position, which is any exercise or activity that requires balance.”

To state the obvious, DON’T OVER DO IT. Non-pregnant people tend to workout until they are fatigued. It is recommended for pregnant women to stop working out before they hit exhaustion.

One way too assess yourself is try having a conversation while exercising, if the task is too hard to do both simultaneously, that means your working out too hard.

Check out Kim Kardashian’s interview with Extra:

Do you think the media should back off of Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy weight gain?

Fitness Correspondent: Stefani Romagnoli

Pregnant Kim Kardashian spotted at the Gym

Kim Kardashian Hits The Gym Early

Kim Kardashian known for her famous curves, has been looking extra curvy lately because she is carrying her famous boyfriend Kanye West’s baby.

Recently the very pregnant looking Kardashian was spotted headed to the gym in Studio City to get a quick maternal workout in.

Working out while pregnant is something that many people question if you should do or shouldn’t do. Working out during one’s pregnancy is safe and actually can help relieve common symptoms that occur such as back pain, fatigue and discomfort. An exercise regimen can also reduce the risk of getting gestational diabetes. WebMd highly recommends getting a clearance from your doctor prior to starting a workout regimen while pregnant. Thirty minutes a day of moderate exercise is recommended to the average woman carrying a child.