Khloe Kardashian Admits She Hasn’t Stepped on a Scale in Years: ‘There Is No One Size Fits All’

The reality TV star chatted with ‘InStyle’ about the mental health benefits of exercise.
Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian.


Khloe Kardashian recently sat down with InStyle and shared some refreshing thoughts on body image and exercise. 

The 38-year-old mom of two revealed that when she first started exercising regularly several years ago—amid her divorce from Lamar Odom—she was obsessed with the number on the scale. Today, her outlook is much different.

“When I first started [working out], I cared so much. Maybe [it’s] just being younger. I think you care about the scale,” Kardashian admitted. “The scale Fs with you. I don’t even look at a scale anymore. I think it’s really unhealthy. I haven’t in years. They’re just numbers.”

The Kardashians star told the publication that now she works out for the interest of her mental health more so than the physical benefits she reaps.

“I go off of how confident I feel in myself,” Kardashian shared. “I’m all about [doing] what’s best for me, mind, body, soul. There is no one size fits all.”

The reality TV star added that she enjoys the control that working out gives her, as she feels accomplished after exercising.

“If I’m having a really bad day, I go to the gym. I might not want to go to the gym, but I go and right when I’m done, I feel so much lighter,” she told the outlet. “I’ve never regretted going to a workout. I’ve always regretted missing them or pushing the snooze button.”

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