The video description: Monkey dose exercise for tourists.
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A guy putting a coin on a treadmill and filming it for an hour (.
The best (most painful) clips of people hurting themselves while working out, all in one video.
Do you want to get into shape but are afraid of exercise.
Remember when <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/tag/gangnam-style" target="_blank">Gangnam Style</a> was something we could enjoy, before your mom and dad found out about it and the <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/10/gangnam-style-is-officially-dead-thanks-a-lot-nfl-on-fox" target="_blank">NFL on Fox mummies started Gangnam Style dancing</a> as a "fun gag.
Xie Guizhong sets a new Guinness World Record with 41 one-finger pushups in 30 seconds -- shattering the previous mark of 25.
Because the Internet is kinda-sorta made for videos of cats on treadmills, here's an ULTIMATE SUPERCUT~ of cats on treadmills.
Thanksgiving weekend is officially over, so now it's time to get in the gym and work off all the gross shit you ate.
Hip Abductor Strengthening.
I've prepared separate intro blurbs, depending on who you are.
One man does two things most people can't do -- and he does them at the same time.
This f**king guy.
No, seriously, meet FLiZ.
On the last installment of Sports On TV, we tackled <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/08/sports-on-tv-the-wires-15-greatest-sports-moments#page/1" target="_blank">'The Wire'</a>, a romanticized look at inner-city life and law in Baltimore, Maryland.
People are stupid.
Burnsy and Danger Guerrero have been holding down the fort while I've been wandering around Austin looking for Mark Henry <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tag/uproxx-sxsw/">covering the sights and sounds for UPROXX</a> and <a href="http://gammasquad.uproxx.com/2012/03/funny-sexy-and-austin-cosplay-of-the-week-sxsw-screenburn-arcade#page/1">Gamma Squad</a>, but I finally stumbled onto something sports related: the impromptu Nike Fuel Lot in the middle of downtown, wherein you can play sports, watch people take pictures of people playing sports and get a free t-shirt.
In news that should only be shocking to people who take diet pills, Reebok is paying $25 million to disgruntled athletic shoe enthusiasts after the U.