All About Khloé Kardashian's Workouts: Trainer Gunner Peterson Shares the Star's Diet and Fitness Plan

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In case you missed all of the sexy shots from the Kardashian family vacation in Thailand recently, it's quite clear that Khloé Kardashian is looking hotter than ever.

The reality star, who has been spotted out on the town with French Montana lately, has been flaunting her hot body with extreme confidence, inspiring us all to get fit this season.

That being said, we tapped her trainer Gunnar Peterson to get the full scoop on her fitness regimen and diet plan.

"Khloé works so hard. She's killing it in the gym. There are no shortcuts," he told us. 

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As for a typical workout, Peterson explains Khloé will do plyometric pushups, the sled, dead lifts, resistance bands and ab movement to keep her as lean and toned as possible.

Wondering what a plyometric push-up is?

"It's like doing a jump with your hands. It's where you are pushing off the bench and landing back on it. It's a lot more demanding and stressful. It really works your whole body specifically the chest, triceps, and core," Peterson explains.

Well, no wonder she's looking so svelte these days!

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The fitness guru creates customized workouts based on each client's needs, and in the case of Khloe, he has her doing "rotations with a lot of repetition," ranging anywhere from 15 to 20 reps or 24 to 32 depending on the weight she's using.

What's the secret behind this strategy?

"You get definition from repetition…that includes repetition in the act of going to the gym. Khloé comes in three, four, five times a week, and that's someone who has an incredibly demanding schedule," he told us.

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As for her diet, the famous sister has been extremely disciplined, per her trainer's advice, who recommends fruits, vegetables and plenty of water.

"Try to eat food in its closest to natural state as possible. If you eat sugar, eat it early in the day. Sugar is like white death!"

Another word to the wise for those with a busy social calendar?

"Eat defensively. If you are going to an event, eat beforehand, so you can combat the finger foods and avoid temptation."

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—Reporting by Lindsey Caldwell

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