Kim Kardashian West Says Motherhood Is Totally Screwing With Her Workout Routine

Kim Kardashian West Says Motherhood Is Totally Screwing With Her Workout Routine
Source: Snapchat
Source: Snapchat

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If you were on the fence about having children in your future, consider your morning workout routine. Is it possible to even have one of those while also being a parent? The experience of one Kim Kardashian West suggests that it may not be.

On Monday, the reality maven's Snapchats depicted the hellish journey of trying to wake up early and squeeze in a workout while your children try to cock-block you from reaching your fitness goals.

We begin with Kim and her daughter North laying in bed as Kim pleads: "My workout's in 15 minutes."

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North DGAF, so she "shmooshes" her mother.

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Some gibberish happens.

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Kim finally assumes a semi-upright position and wonders aloud: "What's happening?! I just need to get up and work out."

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North then decides to troll her mother by hiding under a blanket, so as to create the optical illusion that she is not actually in the room. (Where's North? We can't find her.)

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"Hello!" North proclaims from off-camera (or is it on-camera? We just don't know, 'cause she's hiding!), effectively giving Kim's health and wellness routine a big middle finger.

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Kim finally manages to steal away for a light outdoor jog with her husband, who clearly doesn't take jogging seriously.

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The moral of this story is that you can save yourself a lot of mental anguish in the future by choosing from one of two simple life paths:

1. Have kids and then resign yourself to a completely sedentary lifestyle of obesity and Fritos, or

2. Don't have kids.

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Nicolas DiDomizio

Nicolas DiDomizio is a Staff Connections Writer at Mic. Prior to Mic, he was at MTV for 3 years. He holds a masters from NYU and a bachelors from Western Connecticut State University. Contact him at nic@mic.com.

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