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Khloe Kardashian's Body Idol Reveals Her Secrets

It’s absolutely no secret that Khloe Kardashian looks absolutely bangin’ at the moment.

The middle Dash-Doll has trimmed down and toned up, even creating her own TV show for the occasion.

It has been revealed that Aussie mother-of-two Tammy Hembrow, from Queensland, was recently named a member of Khloe’s “Good Squad” – a group of models that are promote the star’s Good American line.

According to Khloe, the 23-year-old fitness guru has ‘motivated’ the reality star on her fitness journey. Not a bad tick for the resume.

Tammy is a model and health blogger that has more than 6.7 million followers on her Instagram page.

Now she is sharing her go-to meal, fitness tips and favourite beauty products. 

Most recently, Tammy shared an incredz before and after pic to showcase what a healthy lifestyle can make.

On the left I worked out probably 3-5 days a week. Cardio, light weights, and under-eating. On the right I train at least 3-5 days a week, minimal cardio, heavy weights, eating A LOT. Moral of the story? It IS possible to build the body you want. It takes time, consistency, challenging yourself, and FOOD 🤗 - I've been almost 10kg heavier, with lots of cellulite and an untoned body. I've also had times that I've been too skinny with a little cellulite and almost no shape, and now after years of training and correct eating I have more muscle, pretty much no cellulite at all, and am healthier than ever even after two babies. - www.tammyhembrow.org for training programs 💌 fitness@tammyhembrow.org gym-based booty VERSION 2 being released very soon 👊🏼👊🏼 #BUILTNOTBOUGHT

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“On the left I worked out probably 3 - 5 days a week. Cardio, light weights, and under-eating,” she wrote. “On the right I train at least 3 - 5 days a week, minimal cardio, heavy weights, eating A LOT.”

“Moral of the story? It IS possible to build the body you want. It takes time, consistency, challenging yourself, and FOOD.”

Hope that includes the doughnut we’re eating for Int. Doughnut Day….

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