What’s that saying about he who laughs last laughs best?
Well after some very laughable commentary, skits and jokes around the somewhat provocative-looking Shake Weight (made funniest by Saturday Night Live, of course), it turns out that this crazy piece of exercise equipment may actually give our upper bodies a good workout after all. Well, kind of. More
The Shake Weight and Free Flexor are both real-life, astonishingly sexually suggestive pieces of exercise equipment that seem made for Saturday Night Live parodies. But Jimmy Kimmel one-upped them with his “Tug Toner” ad: Another way to get ripped with things that look like a penis. More
If you’ve been looking at your Shake-Weight and thinking “Huh, I really like the jiggling action, but it’s just too stiff and rigid for me to really get the results I want”, you are not alone. More
Hear that? It’s the sound of the weekend calling your name. We’re getting goosebumps of excitement. Here are ten things you’ll find us doing over the next two days: Rethink our shampoo choice. Our old brands are full of harsh … More
Take a minute to remember the teasers from your favorite fitness infomercials: Sexy, flat abs in less than two weeks! A super-fun workout you won’t want to stop! Never step foot in a gym again! We’ve all been there, gazing at the empty promises blaring from our TV at … More
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Exercise trends like the Shake Weight® are just not made to stick, unless they’re ridiculous enough to end up on Saturday Night Live. We’ll find a different way to get sexy, toned arms: