Infuse life into your next social media post, presentation, or meeting. Trust us, it’s worth the hype.
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In the 1980s, aerobics was the hot new keep fit trend, with thousands of women (and men and cats) across the world donning their leg warmers and Lycra leotards to work up a sweat with the help of famous instructors like Denise Austin and Richard Simmons.
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My gym is offering a new timetable of classes, of which the GIF above forms part of its marketing promotion. They are also bringing some new music. I usually do my thang in the main gym, as I only get some much time.
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Animation Exercise: Level 1 No. 8 “Flour Sack Waving” (hmm, more like a pillow case).
Credits: SASHA MUTCH and Tumblr via Catherine Lova, GIF and Pinterest
These are very smart, if devious, puppers. Enjoy the walkies.
Credits: Snap361 via Funny Gifs and Google+, Luciene Paula
I bet that the trainer must have felt like a right dummy.
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Not even the gym weights can handle your denchness (dench in East London slang means tough, physically adroit, strong, muscular etc.)
Credits: LOL GIF and Tumblr via Adrian Moigradan , GIFs Community and Facebook
Bounce your way to a new keep-fit routine, or maybe risk a broken coccyx. Either way I accept no liability.
BTW, sadly, this is the very last instalment of Vijay Classic GIFs. We’ve reached the very final one in my collection. This special series has been going strong since 2015, and I was very fortunate to share with you these animated blasts from the past, a part of my own history too. I hope you enjoyed them!
GIF: epic-win-photos-defying-physics-win DATE: 08/04/2011
Credit: CHEEZburger Memebase Señor GIF
Who said exercise couldn’t be fun?
Credits: ACG Animated Cat GIFs via Mediha Halce, FUNNY GIFS and Google+
When you’re at the gym and you’re feeling pain or cramps, remember, just cool it, take a break and recharge your batteries.
Credits: Jason Clarke (bucketofbrains) and Instagram via Jason Clarke and Giphy