Khloe Kardashian And The Dilema of Butt Implants.


Khloe Kardashian, the ‘fitness’ Kardashian got called out on social media over claims she enhanced her posterior.

Khloe decided to respond to folks who dissected one of her Insta posts and concluded she had butt implants. The photo shows Khloe in hot pink pants during a workout. Some users were quick to conclude there was visual evidence she had implants.


One user commented, "omg u can see her implants when stretching. A 2nd layer of her bum on top of her bum."

Khloe decided to address the bum who wrote ... "lol silly goose. It's the seam design of the leggings. that's so funny ha! You guys just want to believe anything bad😂"


Just in case you were worried that this site was turning into TMZ, don’t worry, it’s not. People can obviously alter themselves in any way that they choose, and as long as they are not hurting themselves or anyone else, then go for it. Where we take issue, is when people pass off cosmetic procedures as natural, and claim that implants and other prosthetics are the result of diet and exercise. There are a lot really impressionable young women (and men for that matter) who are impacted by the false expectation that they might be able to replicate those types of results in the gym, when in reality, no amount of training can give you the same results as a surgical implant. 


I’m not sure what the solution is to this, if there even is one. My personal opinion is that alterations are an individual choice that don’t have to be divulged publically, but if you are in a position of influence - especially if you are looked up to as someone who positions themselves as a fitness influencer - you have a moral responsibility not to deceive your audience.  


Where does all of this lead? Do we need the equivalent of ‘fact checkers’ for body parts? Do we need warning labels on filters? If the most engaged with content on social media are fake images of women that defy natural reality, what impact does this have on our overall perception of women? Why do we find the impossible so compelling?  


I once unknowingly booked a fitness trainer to host a workout series that had butt implants. The truth is that you can see them moving around because they look like pads sitting just under the skin. When you squat, or lunge in workout tights, you can clearly see them sliding around. Standing, walking or moving about, they can look like an impossibly perfect ‘shelf butt’. When exercising, especially on camera, butt implants are as noticeably artificial as breast implants - maybe more so. The model that I booked for the shoot eventually would later have her butt implants removed, because she felt too self conscious about them, and didn’t like how noticeable they were. 


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She was eventually able to build a natural butt that she loves through targeted exercise, which eventually led us (years later) to create an entire workout program that focuses exclusively on building and sculpting a strong, natural booty - our Bootyfull workout series on Each 20 minute workout is packed with the top glute firing moves, toning and sculpting the booty and inner and outer thighs. You can do a Bootyfull workout as a stand alone session, or add it to the end of your existing routines. There are multiple Seasons of the Bootyfull series, so dozens of different workouts to choose from, and for a limited time we are offering a full year of access to for just $69 with code: NY22, so if you are looking for a dynamic workout just for your butt, come and give this specially designed workout a try. 

I would love to get some feedback on how all of this makes you feel. How do we navigate body image issues when so much of what we see on a daily basis is artificial - either digitally, cosmetically, or both? What responsibility should be held and by whom? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments. 



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I appreciate your comments on this issue, I got caught up in trying to look like the women I saw in the magazines and TV. I did the over sized breast implants, worked out like a maniac and starved myself trying to achieve that perfectly smooth body I would see in pictures. I didn’t realize how much editing went into pictures. The body I was trying so hard to achieve wasn’t real, I could never get it. I beat myself up for along time over that. If someone is going to alter their body with surgery don’t lie about it, own it. A natural body is the most beautiful body, I do not recommend plastic surgery, they don’t tell you but it’s not a one time procedure and your done, you have to replace these things, they don’t last forever.

Mindy April 16, 2022

Agree with all you said.

BigMama April 06, 2022

I saw the pink outfit-butt workout with Khloe too. The sad part of it is that she may build up a sweat now but I’m not sure if all take her too seriously when it comes to fitness. She was always different from her sisters and a lot of people respected her more but now she’s just fell into the easy way ( most likely painful too) of configuring her body at a rapid point. If this is what makes you feel good about yourself- then go for it but just don’t lie. That’s the part that’s bothersome.

Jodi April 06, 2022

I am a member. Can I get the discount?

Monica Hardin April 06, 2022

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