Kim Kardashian’s New Workout Pics are Photoshop Fails
Kim Kardashian was photographed on Monday working out with her personal trainer and the photos appear a little less than natural. She has been working hard to get into shape, but it looks like she may have had a little help from the Photoshop gods.
In the first photo, Kim, 36, is running uphill on bleachers. Her legs look like they’re two different sizes and her thighs and calves appear to be straight lines and lacking any definition. The area around her stomach and hips also appears blurred.
The reality star looked great in a cleavage-baring sports bra and skintight leggings, with her hair in French pigtail braids. She remained well hydrated, constantly sipping on a bottle of water, and was in the midst of a serious workout but barely seemed to break a sweat.
In the second photo, the area around her hips looked altered and appeared to have a bent shape, her legs looked different sizes again and showed no definition.
In the third photo, the metal bars behind her booty look like an altered shape.
Kim is no stranger to Photoshop, she was recently accused of darkening her skin color for an ad for her makeup line. She also accused photographers of photoshopping her booty to look “way worse” when she wore a thong bikini on her girl’s trip to Mexico with her sister Kourtney and their friends.
She recently appeared on The View where she said, “I saw these awful photos of myself when I was on a trip in Mexico and people were photoshopping them and sharpening them. She added, “I definitely was not in my best shape. I hadn’t worked out in about 12 weeks, I’d had two surgeries on my uterus.” Kim admits that she’s trying to get back in shape after she was out of commission for a while due to her surgeries.
“[After seeing the pictures] I was like ‘OK, I’m going to get it together’ and I started working out with this bodybuilder girl.”
The reality star is reportedly working out every morning in an effort to get back into shape quickly. She is also making over her diet and is eating healthier carbs and more vegetables.