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After baring her butt (and bod, boobs, etc.)...it's back to the gym for Kim Kardashian

Just one day after the 34-year-old E! star made some serious headlines—and nearly broke the Internet—with her full-frontal shots which were released by Paper magazine on Wednesday, Kanye West's missus was photographed arriving at the gym in L.A., where she showed off her famous figure in fitted workout wear. 

The booty seen 'round the Internet thanks to high fashion photographer Jean-Paul Goude was on display yet again, but this time, the mother of one opted to cover up her best asset in a tight pair of workout pants. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star teamed her all-black ensemble with a zip-up jacket and tennis shoes while adding a pair of trendy shades and Birkin handbag to complete her look. 

Kim Kardashian, Paper Magazine

Jean-Paul Goude/Paper Magazine

The image of Kim hitting the gym comes just one day after the brunette stunner shocked us all by going full-frontal for Paper mag, slipping her famous bod out of a gorgeous black gown while leaving nothing to the imagination. 

In addition to the racy shots, she also recreated Jean-Paul Goude's famous "Champagne Incident" portrait by successfully balancing a champagne glass on her famous booty, and according to a source, Kim was "all game" for the NSFW shoot. 

"Kim went into the shoot with just the one cover image in mind: the champagne pic, because Jean-Paul Goude wanted to recreate his pic he took 30 years ago. That was it," a source tells E! News exclusively of the shoot, which took place back in September during Paris Fashion Week Spring 2015.

Kim Kardashian, Paper Magazine

Jean-Paul Goude/Paper Magazine

"But Jean-Paul and Kim hit it off and they asked everyone to leave and they both got creative. No publicist, no magazine execs."

"He had to be inspired and sketch her first and have a vision," the insider added. "So he came up with that—ripping the dress off. Kim loved it!"

And apparently, so does the Internet