Video: Exercise Routine for Commercial Breaks

A week ago, I wrote a post wherein I recommended exercising during commercial breaks while watching TV.

A number of blog buddies asked me to create a sample commercial break fitness routine. So I put together this total body workout for those 2 and a half minute commercial breaks. Enjoy trying it out!

And feel free to use this as a general guide – customize it so that it works for you and the duration of your commercial break.

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Comments

  1. I love the workout.
    I also love the fact how peaceful your dog is in your video i dont think your dog moved once and could careless you were jumping around lol

  2. Haha as much as i love this, i think my family would be a little freaked if i just got up randomly during the adverts to do these exercises xD

    I also adore your dog and how unphased he is by everything.

  3. Love your creativity.
    The neighbors downstairs are gonna be happy if I start jumping like this at night…
    Keep up the good work!

  4. Davey, I didn’t recognize you with your shirt on … what’s up with that?

  5. This was really a good version of a short work out during commercial breaks ,thanks alot ,hope to see more in the near future….thanks Gregory

  6. Thanks for the workout Davey. I can do one for sure. Another I will try. It all helps though. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. I got tired watching you….If I tried this I’d be DEAD!…

  8. definitely…What’s up with the shirt?

  9. I hope you don’t have downstairs neighbors.

    I almost always watch with a DVR (except for sports). No commercial breaks. Oh well.

  10. Hey, I’m kinda lazy and I was wondering if I can do this as a replacement to an “old-fashioned workout”. How many should I do? Or should I just do that like every commercial break?