Khloe Kardashian has always seemed like the one member of the famous socialite family who you could hang with. She's witty, realistic and seems like a whole lot of fun. Recently, she's been in the media for her newfound love for working out wish helped her to shed some pounds. She've even come out with a new book, "Strong Looks Better Naked," that will definitely motivate as well as educate you on living a well-balanced lifestyle. Here are her best tips:While the media constantly scrutinized Khloe's body, she says that she always adored her curvier figure. "In fact, I was so comfortable with my looks that in some ways they shaped my personality," she says. "I was a happy girl, cheerful and upbeat. I didn't think about my weight, and as a result I wasn't as stressed out as most other girls my age." [bctt tweet="8 Quotes on Healthy Living From Khloe Kardashian's New Book "] 3. Loving workouts In order to find the motivation to workout, you have to know what you like and what you don't like. Khloe is into cardio. "If you want to know what really, truly matters when it comes to exercise, it's this: You have to find an exercise you can grow to love," she explains. "If you don't, you won't stick with it, and nothing will change." But while she loves cardio, she despises running, so she opts for jumping rope. 4. Eating the right foods Every decade seems to bring about a fad diet that urges us to admit we've been eating wrong this entire time. In the '90s, fat was bad and in the '00s carbs were bad. But Khloe says you have to avoid the foods that don't work for YOU not the general masses. "In a way, you become your own labratory," she explains. "Your body's response will tell you exactly what it's going to take to run smoothly and feel right."
- Her desire to get fit
5. Setting goals
To figure out what route she needed to take, Khloe met with her personal trainer, Gunnar Peterson, to establish what her end game was. Did she want to lose ten pounds? Achieve washboard abs? Thin out her face? While she did have those things in mind, that wasn't why she wanted to exercise. She wanted to have a healthier lifestyle all around, yet people still asked her what her deal was. "Around this time, someone said, 'Are you training for something?'" Khloe says. "And I said, 'Yes, I am. I'm training for LIFE!'"
6. Discovering how exercise affects other aspects of life
It's not always the number on the scale or the size of your jeans going down that determines your motivation to exercise. It's about your emotional state as well. "I feel a tremendous sense of relief as soon as I walk through those [gym] doors," Khloe reveals. "And after a few minutes of boxing or running on the treadmill, I can literally feel each brick of stress crumbling away." 7. Staying away from the scale "Losing weight was a pleasant side effect, not the goal," Khloe says. This is because she never saw herself as big to begin with. Because of this, she avoids scales, and doesn't even keep one in her house!