This is not my usual fitness humor blog post. Is this humor, inspiration, or a little of both? I had never heard of Zach Anner before seeing one of his Workout Wednesdays videos on a friend’s Facebook feed. According to his Wikipedia page, 29-year-old Zach was born with cerebral palsy, and it’s been an interesting […]
Mark Malkoff is an American comedian, writer, and filmmaker who formerly worked for Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report. He is a graduate of New York University and currently lives in New York City. Yes, I am quoting his Wikipedia page. I’ve been following Mark for a while, since we became acquainted as fans of the […]
Just when I thought I wasn’t going to have a humor post this week, Tony Horton comes through again, with another P90X parody which has been brought to his attention. Apparently this was in two parts, and I happened to see part 2 on Tony’s Facebook page tonight.
These appear to be clips from a […]
This is a parody and a history lesson about several fitness infomercial products, from the 50s to now (not in chronological order). It’s been on YouTube over a year, with almost 500,000 views, but it was new to me.
Mike Chang’s site sixpackshortcuts.com might be a good topic for Free Workout Friday, too.
Just go to pinterest.com, and type in the search fitness humor. Yes, it’s really that simple. You will find an interesting cross-section of the graphics and pictures you see everywhere, such as the “Overly Manly Man” meme:
Overly Manly Man on Pinterest
There are a variety of viewpoints about fitness represented, too. For instance, […]