Work out your core muscles with these hilarious exercise memes
With the start of a fresh new year, we’re sure exercising more is probably on the top of most people’s lists of new year’s resolutions. To prepare for all the gains of these next couple months, we’ve got you covered with all the best workout memes sure to get your core muscles tight & sore – from laughter, at least.
I haven't been here in a while but you gotta start somewhere. I'll probably start with 10 lemon peppers and some fries. pic.twitter.com/9hljYbWkhG
— Alicia Keys Sister (@yellowbonemama) October 12, 2019
They knew exactly what they were doing when they decided to place a Wingstop right next to a Planet Fitness . . . very clever.
We need our music!
We don’t know about you, but working out without your favorite gym playlist blasting in your ears just doesn’t feel right. There’s probably no worse of a gym nightmare than accidentally leaving your earbuds at home.
Home gym owners were definitely some of the luckiest once gyms closed down due to COVID.
that’s crazy i was gonna start going to the gym this week pic.twitter.com/1Ov7TPsM0T
— BLACK LIVES MATTER. (@ashmescudiii) March 16, 2020
This tweet was posted right after gyms were forced to shut down due to the pandemic, and it’s all too accurate for most of us. We swear we were just about to start going!
If you don’t post it, did it really happen?
We definitely all know that one person who just will not shut up about being at the gym at all times. We get it.
In all seriousness, be careful to not overwork yourself!
Painful day after
It’s not a real workout if you aren’t sore all over the next day.
This one technically isn’t about exercise, but this is just too hilarious not to share. We commend them for working at their own pace!
so this just happened… : pic.twitter.com/mPz7z6ZGI3
— Å (@aallierosee) October 3, 2017
This has got to be one of the most iconic moments on Twitter. When this user made an innocent camouflage joke to a person working out, they were hit with this absolutely overdramatic blow-up of a response. Legendary.