Kourtney Kardashian’s Body Evolution From Party Girl to Pregnancy to Poosh Guru

Kourtney Kardashian Opens a New Window. turns 40 years old today, April 18. And though she’s always been fit, as pictures show her body somehow looks better and better every day.

As anyone who keeps up with Keeping Up With the Kardashians Opens a New Window. knows, the eldest of the Kardashian-Jenner crew is the family leader when it comes to all things nutrition, health and wellness. Us even tried to track every diet Opens a New Window. the Poosh founder Opens a New Window. has ever recommended. (Spoiler alert: from intermittent fasting to no-sugar and gluten-free Opens a New Window. to apple cider vinegar shots, it was a lot!)

While Kim Opens a New Window. may get attention for her ample butt Opens a New Window. and tiny waist and Khloé Opens a New Window. for her dedication to weight loss and maintenance, Kourt has focused on making sure her entire body is fit and healthy inside and out since getting pregnant with son Mason, now 9, back in 2009. (She also has daughter Penelope, 6, and 4-year-old son Reign with former love Scott Disick Opens a New Window. .)

Gone are the 5-foot-1 star’s partying and club days! As she’s gotten older, Kourtney has focused on consuming fresh, organic, whole foods Opens a New Window. and ditching booze. “She’s really good with food,” a source told Us in October 2018. “She doesn’t drink a lot of alcohol, but will occasionally when she is out.” And everything she consumes is planned. “She plots her meals she has for the day,” said the source. “She brings snacks wherever she goes — all gluten-free. She doesn’t snack too much though.”

With age also comes wisdom. If the entrepreneur falls off track, “she’ll step up her workouts, but won’t go on any fad diet like keto,” the source shared. That technique pays off. See: Her sexy nude photoshoot for GQ Mexico’s Opens a New Window. December 2018 issue.

As for those workouts that she powers through, her commitment is off the charts! “Kourtney works her butt off,” the source told Us of the reality star’s fitness regimen Opens a New Window. . “Wherever she is, she makes sure to exercise every morning. She does a mix of cardio and strength training. She is still working with [trainer] Don-A-Matrix when she is home, and has a routine of exercises she does when she is on the road.”

Without a doubt, her impressive efforts have paid off! Scroll through to see photos of Kourtney from 2002 to present — and pick up a healthy habit or body-positive tip of your own!

February 2019

White hot! Kourtney makes her pantsuit sexy by wearing it sans shirt in NYC on February 7. “Women have become more strong and powerful,” she told GQ Mexico in 2018. “This movement about celebrating our bodies has helped us love ourselves as we are, instead of trying to be something different.”

Credit: Raymond Hall/GC Images

December 2018

“I think it’s important to expose positive images of our body,” she told GQ Mexico in her cover story. Added the confident star, “I am very comfortable in my own skin. I like to be naked in my house.”

Credit: Michael Schwarts/GQ Mexico for its December Edition

September 2018

The Poosh founder sizzled in a September 7 Instagram mirror selfie that she simply captioned: “cat in the hat.” As for the diet that keeps her slim, “I try to do everything in moderation in my usual routine,” she’s said. “But when I go out or have a craving, I’ll have whatever I want.”

Credit: Courtesy of Kourtney Kardashian/Instagram

June 2018

On June 4, Kourtney dazzled in Brooklyn, NY. Of her priorities, she’s said, “Being a mother to me is the most important thing because it’s what’s in my heart.” But fitness is a close second. “Then I would say exercising… Not only for my body, but because it does my mind a lot of good.” 

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October 2017

The mom of three showed off her amazing physique at the October 25 launch of PrettyLittleThing by Kourtney Kardashian in L.A. That year, as Kourt later told fans, she had practiced intermittent fasting “for 2-3 months.” As she explained of her method, “For me, this meant not eating for 14 to 16 hours after dinner. I wouldn’t eat past 7 p.m. at night, and then I would wait to eat breakfast the next day until after my morning workout, which would be around 10:30 a.m.–11 a.m.”

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