You May Also Like

What's the right way to do foam-rolling?

Simone de la Rue shares the 4-step, weekly foam-rolling regimen she never skips

Healthy food that's affordable: found!

Yes, healthy food can be affordable—here’s proof

Well+Good - The 4-move, no-equipment workout that helped Janet Jackson take back the stage

The 4-move, no-equipment workout that helped Janet Jackson take back the stage

Lea Michele’s mood-boosting daily vitamin and supplement routine

Lea Michele reveals her daily mood-boosting vitamin and supplement routine

meghan markle smoothie recipe

This is Meghan Markle’s go-to smoothie recipe—and it sounds delicious

things to do after a workout

Get the most out of your workout by avoiding these common recovery mistakes

Khloe Kardashian swears by this device for recovering between workouts


Thumbnail for Khloe Kardashian swears by this device for recovering between workouts
Pin It
Photo: Instagram/@khloekardashian

It’s no secret that Khloe Kardashian is seriously dedicated to fitness. Case in point? Just watch her Snapchat, where she posts countless videos (often with a skull-and-crossbones emoji) of her slaying some badass workouts with her trainer.

After seeing so many sweaty selfies—the youngest Kardashian sister seems to work out every single day—you can’t help but wonder how she keeps it up. I mean, aren’t her legs super sore? (I know mine turn to cement after one-too many Barry’s Bootcamp sessions.)

Her secret? A vibrating foam roller.

“It gets into your muscles even more and really loosens everything up.”

Chances are you’re already familiar with foam rollers, which are readily available in most gyms and work as useful recovering tools. Rolling over them helps with circulation, flexibility, and muscle tension in a major way—but with the added vibration, it’s even more powerful.

“This is one of my favorite things,” Kardashian raved in a recent Snapchat, which the manufacturer Hyperice shared on its Instagram. “I think foam rollers are great but this one’s cool because it vibrates, and so it gets into your muscles even more and really loosens everything up.”

Though she was particularly sore that day—which happened to require a run, thanks to her trainer—she rolled it out to prep her gams for more action. “I like to stretch before and after a workout,” she says. Is Khloe on to something here? I’ve tried a vibrating foam roller, and can attest to the added intensity. And anyone who knows how to hack a Chipotle menu for a healthy order is worth a listen, in my book.

Rolling with the best @khloekardashian

A post shared by Hyperice (@hyperice) on

She’s not the only healthy Kardashian—this is what Kourtney eats when she’s on a detox. And this is the buzzy wellness beverage Kim is obsessed with

Loading More Posts...

You May Also Like

What's the right way to do foam-rolling?

Simone de la Rue shares the 4-step, weekly foam-rolling regimen she never skips

Well+Good - The 4-move, no-equipment workout that helped Janet Jackson take back the stage

The 4-move, no-equipment workout that helped Janet Jackson take back the stage

The all-star adaptogen that adds major froth to your lattes

The all-star adaptogen that adds major froth to your lattes

CDC warns about hotel pool and hot tub illnesses

Exactly how dirty are public hot tubs and pools? This new CDC report will shock you

Why is Michael Pollan into microdosing mushrooms?

What health craze is Michael Pollan into these days? Psychedelic drugs (seriously)

Lea Michele’s mood-boosting daily vitamin and supplement routine

Lea Michele reveals her daily mood-boosting vitamin and supplement routine