I guess with a zillion products, some are bound to be amusing

Has anybody else done Hip Hop Abs? There’s a great moment where they start playing Don’t Cha and big ol’ Shaun T. exclaims “That’s my soooong!” (alas, just before this clip starts).

Well, at Walmart you’ll find that the Pussycat Dolls have their own workout DVD:

Right. You’re totally gonna look like working out just 4 minutes a day. If you are a cheapskate, there are excerpts over on Youtube.

In closing:¬†Presidential Beer; Republicans, Taxes, and Debt; young people don’t necessarily care about cars (why would they if Daddy will drive them everywhere?); and Atomic Ranch.

3 thoughts on “I guess with a zillion products, some are bound to be amusing”

  1. I’m guilty of using exercises I’ve gleaned from infomercials without buying (or listening to) their products. Hip Hop Abs has some great exercises in it.

    But recently I’ve become interested in INSANITY workouts. So much so that I may invest in the program. Hip Hop Abs would be a good warm up for Insanity…

  2. Insanity is a great workout and it’s still going to kick your butt. Not recommended for people with knee, hip, or back problems. Right now I’m in the Insanity recovery week.

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