Friday, August 2, 2013

Country Calf Buster



Exercise. It has taken form in some unique and entertaining trends over the years.
Buns of Steel
Thigh Master
Jazzercise
Tae Bo
Billy’s Boot Camp
Shake Weight
Wii Fit
P90X
Barre
Insanity
Zumba
Cross Fit

Some were lasting, some not so much. Well, folks. You heard it here first. The newest work-out craze:

Country Calf Buster

Basically, you move in to a house with about an acre of grass that you maintain with a push mower, because $2,000 is a lot of money to spend on a riding mower for a property that you’re renting.

BOOM. You heard it here first!


On a more serious note, I have another interview today, and it’s for a job/company that I’m pretty pumped about. Please send good vibes! Happy Friday, y’all!

10 comments:

Sam said...

Good luck in your interview! You will do great :)

Jessica @ Lovely Little Things said...

Couldn't stop laughing after reading this, ha!
Get your country cardio on, giiiirl ;)

Sending GOOD, GOOD vibes your way!
Let me know how it goes.

LOVE!

Jenn said...

I would have still forked over the money because you will definitely be able to sell that bad boy for a good price still. Plus, just think about all the time you will be saving!!

Ps- good luck today. You are going to rock it!

Darby Hawley said...

That looks so intense girl!
How was the interview?

Aunie said...

sure you already had it... so no good luck here... bet you aced it though. details?? :P

RadiantKristen said...

You mow ALL of that by hand? Thank goodness it isn't an old fashioned push mower! That would be rough...

I'm positive that your interview today went really well, and that they loved you!

Whitney said...

Good luck with the job! That's so exciting. I am sure you did great! I'm seriously impressed with your mowing skills!

Burbank Homestead said...

It looks as if its at least relatively flat. Bright side, right? ;)


I actually kinda like mowing. There's a sense if instant gratification involved.

Good luck on the interview!

Kim said...

I used to have an old school push (no motor) mower for my tiny Brooklyn backyard. So little grass, so many calories burned trying to tame it. Also, I learned the importance of wearing gloves while mowing. Sometimes it's good to be a city girl.

Devon said...

I hope your interview went well. Sending good vibes your way (always :). This kinda makes me wish our grass was real. I love some good outdoor exercise.