Rob Kardashian Says He's Done 'Carrying This Pregnancy Weight'


Like any Hollywood mom conditioned by societal expectations, Rob Kardashian is determined to get his "pre-baby body" back.

Of course, in Rob's case, he's not quite a Hollywood mom.

But apparently he is still planning on joining Blac Chyna in her "snapback" workout routine after she gives birth to their first child together.

(Shh, no one tell Rob he could actually start this at any time, given the fact he is not growing a human being inside him right now like Chyna.)

Late on Tuesday night, Rob expressed this sentiment and more in an Instagram post.


Rob wrote in the caption,

Oh yeah we snapping back lol,,, baby will be here in 4 weeks and I'm done with carrying this pregnancy weight. me and my baby gonna be righttttttt ,,, MOTIVATION TIME‼️ we almost there Chy.

So in a mere four weeks — around the date of November 16 — Chyna and Rob will welcome a brand new Kardashian into the world.

And in a mere four weeks and one day, Chyna and Rob will be up in the gym just working on their fitness.

OK, look, I know it's our fault celebrities are obsessed with their "post-baby bods." I do take the blame there.

Still, I'm just a tad concerned Rob and Chyna are thinking more about their fitness plan in four weeks than they are about, like, having a tiny infant human they are responsible for raising.

I mean, let's not forget about two weeks ago when Rob declared the best news he's heard all year is being diabetes free, and not, you know, the news of his impending fatherhood.

On the other hand, being healthy is certainly an important aspect of being a father.

And Rob has spoken about his struggle with his own body image and how it's affected his self-esteem in the past.

So at the end of the day, it's probably a good thing for him to have plans to lose that "pregnancy weight."

Citations: Rob Kardashian Vows to Get Back in Shape With Blac Chyna After Birth of Baby: 'I'm Done With Carrying This Pregnancy Weight' October 19, 2016 @ 5:13 AM By Hannah Hargrave (Us Weekly)