'Sexercise' Workout Routine Comes Complete With Music Video

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Exercise is the worst. Hence gyms and marketing-savvy personal trainers are always trying to put some "fun" spin on it. The latest: sexercise. Guess pole-dancing classes finally fell out of fashion, huh?


Now, "sexercise" jokes are nothing new. But Jason Rosell, a New York City personal trainer who's worked with celebs like Drew Carey and once appeared on I Love New York, seems especially determined to make risqué cardio a thing. According to the New York Daily NewsNew York Daily News, he's designed a 32-minute workout around "squats, lunges and booty pops designed to tone glutes, quads and calves so couples can keep going all night long."

Unfortunately, it's not so much a sex workout as it is a workout to make you better at sex. DISAPPOINTING:

"It gives you that longevity on the dance floor — or the bedroom," says Rosell who gave the News a little burn and plenty of blush at Fluid Fitness in Midtown.

"Most people get tired within the first four to eight minutes of intercourse if they don't have any workout regimen."

Not that the workout is without its racy/frisky/fucking awkward moments: "Rosell instructed me to anaconda my legs around him and crunch my abs to pull him deeper and deeper towards me."

However, if you are simply crushed by the distinct lack of kama sutra in this particular regime, Rosell can make it up to you. Turns out he's a musician, too! And he has released a song called "Sexercise," which you can currently download on iTunes, and he is working on a music video for the track. Here is a trailer for the video:

He has also been promoting the workout routine, the song, and indeed the lifestyle on his Twitter account:

As musical motivation goes, it's no "Hung Up." But it's at least as good as "Tardy for the Party."


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So according to gym ads, the point of healthful exercise and strength building is to "look better naked," and now my workout regimen should be built around sex? God forbid I be healthy for myself and, you know, endorphins. F that. Guess if I'm ever single again I should burn my exercise clothes.