Day 253: Get Fit with Baked Goods

It can be tough being in the public eye all the time.

Fans can even get the wrong idea about your lifestyle and personal habits.

For instance, sometimes fans might think that just because you often pose with culinary favorites like waffles, muffins, and (whole loaves of) freshly baked bread, this means all you ever do is ingest baked goods.

But the behind-the-scenes truth is, baked goods are not just delicious – they also give you a great workout!

Here, the fitness expert (with feathers) offers a sneak preview of his ground-breaking new “Get Fit with Baked Goods” exercise program.

For this exercise, he will be using one of his favorite workout props, the “English muffin.”

Well, well, well. This English muffin will be just the thing for my fitness demonstration!

Well, well, well. This English muffin will be just the thing for my fitness demonstration!

First I'll just use "cuteness" to make sure the audience is watching.

First I’ll just use “cuteness” to make sure the audience is paying attention.

It is always wise to start off a workout with some long stretches.

It is always wise to start off a workout with some relaxing stretches.

After stretching, you can continue your workout with "lunges."

After stretching, you can continue your workout with a series of “lunges.”

You will know you have performed your "lunge" repetitions properly if there is a big hole in your prop.

You will know you have performed your “lunges” properly when you see a big hole in the side of the prop.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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