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TV Tells Us to “Get Off Our Keesters”

Kymberly Williams-Evans,MA and Alexandra Williams, MA

Dear Fun and Fit: We’d like to pose our own question this week. Yours remotely, Fun and Fit, USA

Alexandra: Can watching TV make you more fit? Watch and learn, grasshopper. Watch and learn.

Watching You Watching Me

Or don’t, because watching TV really can’t do a thing for your hops, jumps or skips. But there sure are a lot of interesting show titles that almost make you want to get off your keester and kick some booty!

Too Much TV = Too Much Keester

Kymberly was left unsupervised with the remote control, and look what happened!

Kymberly: TV is sending us healthy messages, which we at Fun and Fit have decoded for you. TV show titles are  bold, just like us.

Are you 30 Pounds Overweight, want to Relieve Joint Aches or get rid of your Underbelly? You cry out that you want to Lose Inches Off Your Body, though not 300 because you feel Size Matters?! Yes, manly men, you can go from Two and A Half Men (when you should be just one) to Iron Man; from being Easy Prey and The Walking Dead to The Brave One or The Incredible Hulk. Women-personages, time to Stop Your Anxiety and become a DIY Dominator at any age — whether you’re in the Wonder Years, the Girls Gone Wild crowd, or one of The Golden Girls.

What is the The Law of Success? Do you ask yourself “How do I Run My Renovation and Sleep in Comfort?” Stay tuned for the answers next season.

A: Actually, the truth is that I whacked myself in the head today because I forgot to pay attention to the basics of car door-shutting mechanics, so am giving the heavy lifting of this post over to you, dear readers. Here are some more honest-to-gawd, dang me if these aren’t actual titles of TV shows. Your mission, if you decided to accept it, is to make up funny descriptions to go with the titles. No fair using the actual descriptions; yours will be more interesting anyway! Have at it. Once I’ve recovered from my bloody head pity party, we’ll read your comments and laugh ourselves silly. Oh, wait, we already are silly. So, we’ll laugh ourselves into Fits!

1962 TV Set

Healing Foods
Back Pain Solved
Shop Erotic
Anti-Aging Secrets
Best Bra Ever
Carve Abs in Bed
Zumba Dance
The Karate Kid
How to Train Your Dragon
Sports Country
Outrageous Foods
Drink Up
Rise of a Warrior
I Survived
Cardio Fitness
Whacked Out Sports

Forget TV - Beat Up Your Brother Instead

Photo credits: Creative Commons

About Fun and Fit

Get practical exercise advice, your fitness questions answered, and cutting edge health edu-tainment that is accessible and doable from long time fitness experts, Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA and Alexandra Williams, MA. We have taught on land, sea, and airwaves for 3 decades on 4 continents. From writing to speaking, emceeing to hosting a radio show, reviewing products to teaching classes, we believe that little steps turn into big paths. Move a little more than the day before. FitFluential Ambassadors and award-winners both online and off.

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9 Responses to TV Tells Us to “Get Off Our Keesters”

  1. Susan@Home Workouts November 22, 2010 at 9:19 am #

    How to Train Your Dragon…….wait, I can’t say that here! Can I?
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  2. Susan@Home Workouts November 22, 2010 at 12:40 pm #

    HA! I suck, I have no creativity in me! I really want to hear a good description of how to train your dragon. Anyone?

    I always thought TV was trying to make us fat. That’s what I think, anyway, when I am fasting and I see all those awesome food commercials they love to play!

    BTW, thanks for taking the time to leave that awesome comment on my blog. I promise to return the favor when I don’t have to be so damn creative!

    But I am loving your site so far and look forward to having all of my fitness questions answered! :-)

  3. Bob Borson November 22, 2010 at 12:46 pm #

    Anti-Aging Secrets: The untold story behind the benefits of Arsenic
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  4. Bill Buyok November 22, 2010 at 1:49 pm #

    Drink Up – If one glass of red wine a day is good for you heath, think what a whole bottle will do!
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  5. Patricia@lavenderuses November 27, 2010 at 8:39 pm #

    Too funny girls as always :-) Watch & grow thin lol That’s the best I can do. That’s why I blog about lavenders and leave the humour to you two ;-)

    Patricia Perth Australia
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