Blac Chyna's Post-Baby Body Already Looks Insane

Blac Chyna's commitment to whipping fiancé Rob Kardashian into shape proved health and fitness come naturally to the 28-year-old, even if it means committing herself to a fit life less than a month after the birth of her daughter, Dream Kardashian.

Chy suited up in some skintight, monochrome Puma Monday night, showing the rest of us we actually have zero excuse for maintaining our Thanksgiving food babies this long.

According to Mail Online, the "Rob & Chyna" star dropped 23 pounds following Dream's November 10 birth.

Chy spent the evening at Lucky Strike Bowling Alley in Los Angeles, just bowling her lil' heart out.

Weight loss, which is often considered a torturous chore, is more of a fun, public challenge for the Chymoji creator, who shared her weight and her goals a mere week after her daughter's delivery.

She posted several clips to Snapchat of herself stepping onto the bathroom scale, with one reading, "From 192lbs to 177lbs (7 days postpartum) Goal 130lbs my starting weight b4 Dream."

Chyna famously kicked Rob's ass into a life of fitness like no one else could earlier this year, inspiring Kanye West's "Highlights" lyric, "Blac Chyna fuckin' Rob helped him with the weight."

She also helped Rob work his way to being diabetes free, a major win for the reality star, who spent the past few years struggling with his physical and emotional health.

Anyone feeling like trash after watching Chy slim down at breakneck speeds post-partum can go easy on themselves. She has always maintained a fit and healthy lifestyle and some of her recent weight loss is a natural side-effect of breastfeeding.

She told Snapchat followers,

So I posted a picture of my belly yesterday and the only reason it got that flat, you guys, is from breastfeeding and breast pumping and from my body already being small before my pregnancy.


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