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Chloe Kim in Two-Piece Workout Gear is "Flawless"

“Flawless,” commented Simone Jackson.

Chloe Kim is flaunting her flat abs – in a Nike sports bra and sweats. In a new social media post the Olympic snowboarder shows off her amazing fit figure in workout gear. "Love you," she captioned the post. "Flawless," commented Simone Jackson. "Stop it," added Scout Bassett. How does the athlete approach diet and fitness? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits.


Fueling Her Body with Food


Chloe eats a lot of food to fuel her workout. For breakfast she has "Chocolate pancakes, some biscuits and gravy, toast, and cottage cheese," she told Popsugar. For lunch she likes french fries and pizza. And for dinner, "I eat whatever I crave; that's who I am!" she said. In-N-Out and Chipotle are two of her favorites. "I love food . . . just thinking about taking my favorite foods out of my diet would absolutely crush me." 


Several Hours of Snowboarding

Chloe revealed to Popsugar that she will "ride in the halfpipe for three hours" and then take a lunch break. After she "rides a little more," and has fun every minute. "I don't even feel like I'm working hard or working out. It's just, like . . . fun, and I might be a little sore the next day, but I'm so down to go do it again. It's a pretty good workout! [laughs] I'd highly recommend it!"



"I go to the gym after that," Chloe said. Her form of recovery? "I hop on a bike for about 20 minutes to flush my legs out," she said. The Cleveland Clinic explains that biking, a low-impact aerobic exercise, is great for building muscle, improving strength and flexibility, and improving balance. It can also boost mental health and help other health conditions, including arthritis. 


Heavy Lifting

She added to Shape that she has started doing heavy gym sessions so that her "body can sustain all the impact from falling." She lifts heavy weights and does single leg exercises to reduce the risk of knee and ankle injuries and improve balance.



When it's not snow season you can find her running, a new activity for her, "that's kind of something I look forward to," she told Shape. According to the Mayo Clinic, running is great for cardiovascular health, muscle building, and weight loss. "For every mile run, the average person will burn approximately 100 calories," they say. 

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