What do turkeys and people have in common on Thanksgiving? They both get STUFFED. Does the thought of all that cooking put you in a FOWL mood?
We are here to put A FEATHER in your hat. We’ve traded our Kettlebell for a Butterball. So, grab that 22lb frozen turkey and invite a friend over for some FOWL play. And remind her that she needs to bring her own water GOBBLE-let. Get ready for trainer Dante to WING your front doorbell. This GymGuyz has got the TUR-key to success for a fun holiday TURK-out. And he’s not just WINGING it. These moves will turn your muscles from mashed potatoes into something that is rock hard (like Grandma’s fruitcake). Sure, this Thanksgiving may be a little untraditional, but we can still have fun and stay fit. After all, it’s all about the baste.
Squat & Gobble
That is actually the name a real restaurant in San Francisco AND in Bluffton, South Carolina. (Although to be fair, it’s Squat ‘N’ Gobble in Bluffton. The ampersand is maybe a little too fancy for the South Carolina locals.) Do you know who is most likely to give you compliments on Thanksgiving? The sweet potatoes.
What does a turkey say when it’s leg is injured? Hobble Hobble Hobble. How does it feel to walk after 50 lunges? Wobble Wobble Wobble. What’s the easiest way to catch a turkey? Ask your friend to toss you one. What kind of music should you play during your Thanksgiving workout? Pilgrim Rock.
Pass the Turkey
Thanksgiving is certainly an all-hands-on-deck holiday, so grab a friend. A new survey found that 80% of men claim they help cook Thanksgiving dinner. Which makes sense because they consider saying, “That smells good” to be helping. To be honest, we’re not sure about the validity of this survey because it came from Jimmy Fallon.