Khloe Kardashian Gets Physical with Good American's New Activewear Line

Photo courtesy of Marie Claire Online Khloe Kardashian proudly shows off her clothing line Good American's new activewear Kee...

Photo courtesy of Marie Claire Online

Khloe Kardashian proudly shows off her clothing line Good American's new activewear

Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and new Mom Khloe Kardashian is getting physical with her clothing line Good American's brand new activewear. The fan favorite recently spoke to MarieClaire.com about the latest addition to Good American and revealed that the activewear component gave her "confidence" after having her first born baby True. She also spoke about the importance of being healthy versus being skinny which I think is a very important topic to discuss as so many being think the two are mutually exclusive.

Check out a few quotes from the interview below and see what Khloe's thoughts are regarding the age old question, "Are leggings pants?" by checking out the full interview on Marie Claire Online here!

Khloe Kardashian On

Body Confidence:

“I have always been super confident and when I started, I remember I was on a blog and they said something about my weight and I was like, ‘Wait, I'm fat? Someone called me fat?’ I just, like, laughed at it because I was like, 'I'm not fat, no one has ever said that to me before.' And I love that no one really called me fat before. I just love that, my whole life, my family, they just didn't see that. They saw my heart and our love for each other, so I'm so thankful for that. I've just always had a bizarre amount of confidence ever since then.”

Getting dressed after giving birth to her daughter:

“Right after a baby you’re just like, "Oh my gosh." Your stomach, you just need a little bit holding it in, if you want—right after a baby, it's hard to explain, you feel less supported in your stomach area. And so, for me, I love that we go an inch higher than most workout pants and that really made a big difference for me. I felt much more supported working out and just the compression fabric alone really made a difference for me. I also really appreciated being able to test all the clothing at many different sizes after my baby, because I was able to really confirm, 'Ok, there's no see-through-ness, everything is doing exactly what we were hoping and, you know, spending so much time designing for it to do.' I was, I think, our best tester at many different sizes.”

The importance of being healthy vs. skinny:

“I want to promote a healthy lifestyle and I think that's also where people get things really confused. People think, 'Oh you have to be really skinny to mean that you're really healthy.' And that's something that Emma and I totally disagree with. That's what we love about our #GoodSquad and our girls. I want to promote women of all different shapes and sizes and heights and everything, because these women still work out and they live healthy lifestyles. Not everybody wants to be a size zero, two, or four. Some people are very comfortable being a size 16 or a 22 and that's beautiful. We want to highlight that. So, for me, working out is really important for my day-to-day and my sanity.  But it's also, I like to promote just living a healthy lifestyle. And that doesn't mean being a size four. And I really hate when people emphasize skinniness with healthy. Because I know a lot of skinny people that are really unhealthy.”

Photo courtesy of Marie Claire Online

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