Wish you could spend more time outside and get a great workout at the same time? Love animals but don’t want the commitment of owning a pet? Looking to get back in shape but hate going to the gym or those boring ‘ol exercise videos?Well you’re in luck! The newest exercise craze sweeping the nation is now available in your city for just a small monthly fee! You can’t find this workout in any gym and you won’t be able to purchase it anywhere but here, so don’t touch that dial and get ready to be blown away by:
This thirty-minute workout tones all major muscle groups, incorporates cardio throughout the workout to keep your heart rate up and sharpens your reflexes all at once. What other routine does all of this AND gets you outside?
The 3W’s Fatblast is taught by highly skilled trainers assisted by their wolfdog companions and will have you howling its praises within the first week!
This exercise program includes:
- Modified lunges as you jump from the ground to the back of a pickup truck to illustrate how a wolfdog could get into a vehicle.
- Upper & lower arm conditioning as the result of chucking pounds upon pounds of frozen, raw chicken over 20 foot fences during feeding time.
- Intense cardio and squats as you chase down, corral and inch closer on your haunches to the wolfdog in an attempt to approach, leash and return him to his pen.
- Slim down those stubborn upper arms as you continuously swat the thousands of flies that will surround you as you complete your workout.
- Work shoulders as you ‘walk’ your wolfdog around the premises…careful, they lunge!
- And much more!
No contract, no intimidating gym membership, and only $19.95/month! Have your credit card ready and dial 800-555-WOLF to register for your personalized 3W’s Fatblast today!
*Operators are not standing by.
The Not So Fantastic Reality:
The above story was inspired by the following tidbits I encountered today:
ONE: On our visit to the wolfdog sanctuary today, we were met with a few…issues. Our visit was primarily to spend some time with one wolfdog in particular, by the name of Zorro. After about an hour of some one-on-one time with Zorro, Andy and I were ready to take off when we heard all of the dogs (about 20) start howling and barking at some sort of commotion. Well, it seems one of the wolfdogs, Aspen, is quite the escape artist and she somehow got out of her pen. We were able to corral her and Andy jimmy-rigged the gate of her pen to temporarily prevent another escape. Thinking we were done for the day, we started walking towards the car when we heard another volunteer start yelling on the other side of the property. Turns out three other wolfdogs had also found a way out of their pen in the back. Are you familiar with the phrase, “herding cats”? Now imagine these ‘cats’ are 100+ lbs, possess some very sharp teeth and are very, very skittish and you will have somewhat of an idea of how Andy and I spent the rest of our holiday afternoon today. Finally, we were able to coax all of the wolfdogs close enough to put a leash on and lead back to their pen. On the plus, I definitely worked up a sweat which got me thinking this could be a heck of a workout. I’ll tell ya though, I don’t think I could do it every day… even if it is free.
On a side note, if you are in the Orlando area and would like to learn more about the animal haven Andy and I have the pleasure of volunteering for they can be found on Facebook at In Harmony With Nature Animal Haven. It’s been so cool working with these graceful, intelligent and quirky animals and the haven is always looking for new volunteers. Of course, if “rubbing elbows” with wolfdogs isn’t your speed, donations won’t be turned away either (but give it one visit, and I bet you’ll be hooked). 🙂
Love & Squirrels.