it’s a shame there was no YouTube at the time this was first published; there’d be millions of views, likes (and a few hundred dislikes), and comments
I remember I was 4 years old, and my dad had recently finished setting up a chin-up bar in one of the doorways. My mother looked at it, and asked “Are you sure that’s going to hold?” My dad replied “Of course!” hefted himself up on it, hung there for a half-second, and CRASH.
Yes… yes, you should be laughing.
It seems to be working his leg rather than his abs.
Roger, the ad said it works the abs—-it didn’t necessarily mean yours!
That’s what you get for buying at Ikea.
Nincompoopers, it’s upside down!
it amazes me how someone comes up with new and amazing exercise devices every year… that almost always end up in yard sales the next year
I be laughing too. I have indoor cross skier Schwinn not made anymore I get exercise on. Working with diet.
the funny thing is I actually recognize the device he’s trying to use, and even I can tell he’s sitting in it upside down. pro tip: when you see handles like what you’d see on a bike, odds are your hands should be near them.
These machines are worthless if you don’t eat nutritiously and, conversely, lose weight around your mid-section, otherwise, you will have a six pack buried beneath a lot of lard…
sure you should
August 12, 2016