Looking for a cool new way to make those otherwise dull and boring exercise routines more exciting? Try adding a cat!
Who says cats don’t care about their owners? Here we see Shorty and Kodi helping their owner get fit and healthy in this YouTube video that covers just about every basic workout. From squats, chest presses and even push-ups (how he got that cat to stay on his back I have no idea), there is a routine for every problem area. Who knew cats could be so useful?
I’ve seen you send Pitbull to Alaska. I’ve also witness you failed efforts to send Justin Bieber to North Korea. So, please can we please get The Body Break’s dynamic duo of Hal Johnson and Joanne McLeod on The Amazing Race? Because this would make my day.
But just in case you haven’t had to fortune of growing up in Canada during the late eighties and early nineties, let me fill you in. Hal and Joanne were pretty much our Richard Simmons. But instead of working out in weird neon spanx, these two tried to get Canada to “keep fit and have fun!” with their tips on diet and exercise. Their segments were quick and painless as they filled us in during our morning meals. Needless to say, their own tips have down them well as they seem to have hardly aged.
The most important thing you must understand is that these two have been passing along their sage wisdom in such a stoic manner. To have them on The Amazing Race would be amazing because it could go two ways:
1) They stay positive throughout the whole experience or
2) They crack under pressure and Canada will finally see the two endure a more difficult hardship than not getting your daily dose of calcium everyday
Do you see where I’m going here? Good because if we’ve learned anything from the showers of hate coming down on Anne Hathaway post-Oscar win is that perfect doesn’t win everyone over. No, I don’t have a grudge against them. I actually really like Hal and Joanne; they’ve been this weird little staple of my childhood. But I would like to see a more human side to this seemingly perfect couple and for that I would watch every single episode of The Amazing Race Canada.
WATCH THEIR AUDITION BELOW:
Just in case you need more incentive to get them on the show, here’s a couple of episodes of The Body Break:
So, let’s get them on the show internet and voice your support!
Not to accuse anyone of being a racist (because we’re totally not!), this video combines racial stereotypes and exercise techniques to helm the perfect workout plan for the average white woman.
Yes, it’s a pretty strange combo. The workout essentially involves Fitness Guru Ty Bowman (played by Comedian Godfrey) to appear out of no where to scare and chase women around.
While this workout plan focuses on white woman and black men, I can definitely see it playing out with all cultures.
Because really, all you need to get moving is a person who can master the perfect crazy face to get your glutes going.
Not necessarily a sequel to Nintendo’s hit Wii Fit, Wii Fit Plus is more of an expansion and a tweaking to the original.
A big issue with the original Wii Fit (complete with pressure sensitive balance board) was that if one was doing a workout regeim, they couldn’t do two very important things when working out. 1) fitness gamers were unable to focus on speicific parts of the body (as they could in real world gyms), and 2) the process was so slow between sets and changes of workouts that the sweat gamers built up would die down in between exercises. Read more…
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