Kenya Moore is back in the gym and working on her fitness in the new year, just like the rest of us.
The 47-year-old TV personality welcomed her first child, Brooklyn Doris Daly, with husband Marc Daly on November 4. More than two months later, she’s been given the green light to head back to the gym, and she’s taking a waist trainer with her.
She posted a video on Instagram of herself in a trainer from JSculpt while doing some intense work. That includes bicycle crunches, using the leg extension machine, as well as deadlifts and oblique twists. Did we mention she did all of this with her hair perfectly curled and some makeup on?
Before giving birth to Brooklyn via an incredibly difficult C-section, Moore was something of a gym rat. Who could forget her Booty Boot Camp workout DVD?
While promoting that DVD back in 2013, she offered some advice on how to get and stay in shape.
“Well I think number one you have to be focused,” she told Perez Hilton. “I think anything in life you have to be focused on the goal. So if your end result is to tone up your body and maybe lose five or ten pounds or whatever your goal is, you have to be focused on that and you have to be dedicated. So it means that you have to adjust your lifestyle to accommodate exercising on a regular basis and that really pretty much means five to six times a week. So that would be my biggest pointers. And to do workouts that challenge you. It shouldn’t be easy. You should start at a level that you feel comfortable and then you grow into more challenging workouts. And that’s what’s so great about my DVD is that it has three levels. It goes from sort of a beginner level to an intermediate and then a slightly more challenging level than that. And I know people who have done all three and they say that by the time you get to level three you’re really feel the pain. But no pain, no gain right?”
Her workouts and focus on them has certainly done wonders pre and post pregnancy, because a few weeks after delivering her daughter, Moore showed off her post-baby body for the first time: