4 Pinterest Workouts That Kicked My Lazy Butt
One editor who never works out tries four of the most popular Pinterest workouts. Which one is the most effective?
Me? I spend my evenings on the couch, eating Hot Cheetos dipped in cream cheese, watching "The Walking Dead." Oh, and I also don't work out. Ever.
I'm diligent and responsible in most aspects of my life, but when it comes to working out or passing up my favorite snack food, I've never been able to muster any willpower. And, so far, it hasn't really mattered. I've always been one of those "lucky" skinny-fat girls who look decent in clothes but couldn't run a mile to save her life.
But then something bad happened: I turned 25 and gained 7 pounds in a month. Not only was my metabolism screeching to a halt, but I also realized I couldn't climb a flight of stairs without panting. To add insult to injury, I noticed my back is perma-hunched from a lack of any measurable upper body strength. All of this points to the fact that even though I wear a size 2, I am the most unfit person ever.
Skip ahead to see how four Pinterest workouts kicked my ass.
Since the idea of hiring a personal trainer to forcibly make me shape up is laughable on my writer's salary, I opened my laptop and started searching for free workouts. My first stop for inspiration? Pinterest. It inspires all other aspects of my life, so I figured it might help in the exercise realm, too.
I looked for the four most re-pinned workouts that I could easily print out and follow. And to hold myself accountable, I decided to share my workout journey with y'all. Want to know if I'll live to do another wall squat? So do I ...
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