Most of us have been in quarantine for quite some time now. And even though there are countries that are beginning to lift their restrictions slightly, there is still a lot of us spending more time at home than normal.
While being at home is nice, I’m sure that there are quite a few of us that are running out of things to do at home to keep us entertained. Of course, there is still a lot that people have probably taken up as hobbies to keep busy. I’m sure if you’ve been on social media you’ve seen a lot of pictures of people’s various art projects, craft creations, home gardens, bread, and more. But there’s also been a lot of us that have started working out at home in order to stay fit and keep entertained while at home.
For those of us who have pets at home, working out might prove to be more challenging with a pet trying to get in our face for attention. But they’re cute and so we put up with it. In fact, some of us may have even started incorporating our precious little angels into our workout routines. If you’re someone who has been working out at home, and if you own a dog, why not consider something fun that the two of you can do together?
In fact, there are some at-home workout variations that easily incorporate your pets into it. And the best part is, the instruction videos feature some of the cutest little chow chow personal trainers. The owner of the two chows, Churro and Toffee, posted an online video of a full-body circuit workout, but the twist was all the moves were done with a dog.
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The video itself was quite cute, as both Churro and Toffee were both clearly enjoying themselves as they watched their owner work out. In between push-ups and watching their owner hold a plank, these adorable pooches offered their owner lots of doggie support in the form of high fives and cuddles.
Seriously, who wouldn’t want to do this kind of workout?
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