According to Kim Kardashian's trainer, the new mom is "super motivated" to get her pre-baby body back. Tracy Anderson tells Us Weekly that Kardashian is taking some time to be in mommy-mode before hitting the gym hard to regain her famous figure. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's incredibly-named baby girl North West. The couple have kept quiet about their new arrival so far, but Kim's momager Kris Jenner reportedly told 'Today' show's Matt Lauer: "She's amazing and everybody's doing really well at home."
Baby North was born 5-weeks early on June 15. According to the Daily Mail, Kardashian had booked a luxury birthing suite at the famous Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, which previously played host to expectant mothers Victoria Beckham, Jessica Simpson and Britney Spears.
Although losing weight isn't a priority for Kardashian at the moment, Anderson says she's devising a workout plan so that they can get going within the next couple of weeks.
"It's a tough time, and a lot of women feel like it's a huge mountain to climb to get back, but Kim, surprisingly, has had the totally opposite reaction to other moms," Anderson tells Us. "She's like, 'We're going to be so good. It's fun, I feel great!' She just loves the whole process. From our talks during her pregnancy, I thought she was going to be really concerned [about her weight] once the baby was out, but she's just not," Anderson adds. "She's in baby heaven. She's excited to get started, but she's really calm about it all."
Reports have been flying that Kardashian wants to shed 30 pounds in 30 days, but Anderson's comments make us believe otherwise. The fitness guru, who trains Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez as well, is going to wait at least five weeks before getting Kardashian to work on strengthening her "abdominal muscles." She'll start the 32-year-old off with four-day-a-week workouts before moving toward five or six days.
"Kim is super motivated. She's all in," Anderson admits. "Pregnancy is actually an opportunity for women to look better than ever. And [Kim] will."