Rob Kardashian ballooned to over 75 lbs. overweight in late 2014 and early 2015 – but since the summer has made a huge change with his health and fitness. In fact – rumor has it that he has lost over 25 lbs. in just the past 6 weeks. (Check out the metabolism booster Rob calls his “life Savor”- here!)
Rob even posted a picture on his Instagram account sitting at a restaurant table with a plate of zucchini. Rob has clearly made some big changes to his diet, and his tatted-up arm was noticeably smaller than it has been in previous photos, showing what appears to be significant weight loss over the last 6 months.
How Did Rob Lose So Much Weight?
Rob has lost close to 75 lbs. thus far, and he’s not stopping anytime soon. Rob has received a ton of motivation from close family members, friends, and even Kanye West! Kanye has been heard on record saying that he supports Rob’s weight loss –and he’s proud of him. On top of following a strict workout regimen, Rob credits his personal Chef and Hollywood Diet Coach for his rapid transformation. Rob has been eating clean and taking diet supplementation to rapidly reach his weight loss goals.
We had a chance to ask Rob’s diet coach a few questions on his amazing transformation.
Rob Kardashian Diet Coach Q and A
Q: We saw Rob post a picture of a plate of Vegetables out at a restaurant on his Instagram recently. What other “eating out” tricks do he use to lose weight?
A: Rob is used to wining and dining at nice restaurants – so he has to be very conscious of what he orders. Rob’s cardinal rule is when I doubt double up on the protein and veggies. This means lots of fresh fish, and fresh veggies. If you want to lose weight you need to eat foods that keep your blood sugar low.
Q: What has Rob had to sacrifice in his diet the last 6 months?
A: The first thing we did was eliminate high calorie “comfort food” from his diet. This meant nothing fried or with excess amounts of fat such as cheeseburgers, fries and pizza. Rob now enjoys dessert on occasion – but his eating habits are so much cleaner he has room for some empty calories once in a while.
What does the Rob Kardashian Eating Plan look like? On top of taking a few all natural weight loss pills Rob followed this strategic meal plan designed to help him lose body fat quickly and keep his blood sugar levels low.
Rob Kardashian Diet Plan
The Key to Rob’s breakfast was eating healthy carbohydrates so he wouldn’t succumb to his sweet tooth later in the day – but still keep his blood sugar and total calorie count relatively low. The solution? “Power Oats” – high fiber and nutrient dense oatmeal.
Here are a few of Rob’s favorite go to recipes:
Chocolate Peanut Butter Power Oats:
½ Cup Whole Grain Rolled Oats, 2 Tbsp. PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter, 1 tbsp. Chia Seeds, ½ Sliced banana
Tropical Fruit Power Oats:
½ Cup Whole Grain Rolled Oats, ¼ cup chopped mango, ¼ cup chopped pineapple, 2 tbsp. hemp seeds
Berry Banana Power Oats:
½ Cup Whole grain rolled oats, ½ sliced banana, ¼ Cup organic mixed berries, 1 tbsp. chia seeds
Rob would typically skip a late morning snack to keep his daily calories low and go straight to lunch. Rob’s chef would usually mix up a power salad with wild caught shrimp, tuna, or Salmon.
The power salad includes over 10 different types of fresh vegetables and 6 ounces of high quality protein!
The key is all in the salad dressing. Rob’s Chef would make him a homemade salad dressing consisting of olive oil, lemon juice, parmesan cheese, black pepper and oregano. Bon appetite!
Late Afternoon Snacks:
Since the goal is keeping blood sugar levels low all day so Rob could burn fat late afternoon snacks consisting exclusively of protein, healthy fats, and occasional fruit.
Rob would have a whey protein shake and mixed nuts, Celery with some almond butter, or a sliced apple with some cashew butter. Rob said that the rich and decadent nut butter’s helped to satisfy his sweet tooth and keep his metabolism churning!
Often times Rob would end up eating out late at night. This is the meal that used to get Rob in trouble – but now he sticks to lean proteins and doubles up on the veggies. The only carbs Rob has at dinner are when he goes to his favorite Sushi spots.
If Rob eats white Rice with his sushi the rule is no bad sauce such as mayo or eel sauce however. Rob is allowed 2 cheat meals per week on his diet plan – and would usually use them both for some Sushi – his personal favorite!
Rob Kardashian Workout Plan Overview
10 Year’s after Kanye West’s smash hit “Workout Plan” – he is pushing new family friend Rob Kardashian to follow a workout plan of his own. Kanye is very supportive of Rob Kardashians weight loss and even helped him hire a personal trainer. Rob Kardashian ballooned to 75 lbs. overweight for most of 2014 and even early 2015.
This summer Rob decided to make a huge change in his life –and has been shedding weight faster than the speed of sound. Rob has even managed to lose close to 25 lbs. the last 6 weeks alone!
Rob credits his celebrity trainer, family, friends, and all natural diet pills for his incredible transformation. Kris Jenner has reportedly offered her son $500,000 if he continues his weight loss journey on the popular reality show Keeping Up with The Kardashians!
No word yet on if he will share his weight loss story on camera – but we had the opportunity to ask his trainer a few questions about his dramatic weight loss.
Rob Kardashian Personal Trainer Q-A
Q: What type of workouts did Rob start doing to speed up his weight loss
A: We had Rob perform a routine consisting of high intensity cardio and resistance training. These 2 types of training burn the most calories and result in dramatic weight loss results.
Q: How many days per week did Rob Workout?
A: Believe it or not Rob only trained 4 days per week for 45 minutes per training session. Contrary to popular belief you can see amazing results in as little as 3 hours per week with intensity – and that is exactly what Rob did. Each workout he brought 100 percent effort and intensity which resulted in an incredible transformation.
Let’s dive in and take a look at the 4 Day per week Workout Regimen that helped Rob Kardashian lose 75 lbs. thus far!
Workout Number 1 and 3: High Intensity Cardio
Exercise 1: Sprint Intervals
Rob performed sprint intervals for the 1st part of his high intensity cardio workout. This type of cardio has been associated with an increased metabolism and triggering fat burning hormones.
The 1st few sessions Rob could only perform 3 total sprints. Now he is doing a total of 10 sprints with only 30 seconds rest in between!
Exercise 2: Leap Ups
Leap ups are a type of fat burning plyometric exercise. They involve jumping up and raising your knees in the air as high as you can.
Rob started off doing only 3 sets of 7 total leap ups. Now Rob is doing 5 sets of leap ups with a total of 12-15 jumps per set.
Exercise 3: Kettle bell Snatch
Kettle bell exercises involve strength, cardio and balance. Rob loves doing mixed martial arts so this was a natural exercise for him. Rob started off doing 2 sets of 8 kettle bell snatches with a 10 lb. kettle bell.
Now Rob is up to doing 4 sets of Kettle Bell snatches with a 25 lb. weight.
Exercise 4: Burpeees
Burpees are a full body cardio routine that also involves some upper body strength. Rob would perform the advanced burpees where he was doing a push up and a squat jump for each burpee.
Rob performed “Burpee Circuits” in which he would do as many total burpees as possible for a set period of time.
Rob is now doing 5-minute Burpee Circuits to maximize his fat burning.
Exercise Five: Abdominal Circuit
Rob would end his workouts with an abdominal training circuit. This meant that we would perform several abdominal exercises in a row with minimal rest in between.
Here are a few of the abdominal exercises in his routine:
Bicycle crunch, pillar holds, straight leg crunch, vertical leg crunch, Russian twist, Kettle bell crunch, abdominal X’s and O’s, Scissor Kicks
Workout number 2 and 4: Full Body Resistance Training
Rob performed resistance training with an emphasis on getting stronger on all of the major compound lifts with a huge focus on sticking within the 8-12 repetition range so he could also burn body fat rapidly.
Since Rob was only doing resistance training Twice Per Week he would perform a full body resistance training routine.
He made sure he switched up the exercises so he wasn’t doing the same thing over and over again. Here are 2 of his full body resistance training routines from last week, courtesy of his trainer.
Resistance Training Workout Number 1:
Sets each exercise: 3
Rest Time: 60 Seconds
Workout Time: 45 Minutes
- Db bench Press
- Leg Press machine
- Seated Row Machine
- Barbell Deadlift
- Regular Grip Pull Ups
Resistance Training Workout Number 2:
Sets Each Exercise: 2
Rest Time: 75 Seconds
Workout Time: 45 Minutes
- Barbell Squat
- Barbell Incline Bench Press
- Db 1 arm Row
- Db Walking Lunges
- Barbell Shrugs
- Weighted Dips