Shape Up For Winter!
Do you look like this?
But want to look like this?
There are no fad diets, you just eat whatever you want! Here are my top two exercises!
Exercise 1 – The Lap-Snuggle-Stretch
This exercise is a favourite of pretty much efurryone one I have ever taught. The lap snuggle stretch is designed so that you simply reach out with your body and stretch and relax.
If you have no hooman around you can do the Sofa Stretch which can be done on any chair or even the floor (though that is a bit uncomfortable!) Just reach out with your front paws while pushing away with your back paws.
Exercise 2 – Paws Up & Eat
This is a very simple move designed to fit in at normal feeding time. You just need to stand before your food bowl with your paws a stomach width apart. Then place one paw on the edge of the food bowl and stretch forward to have a mouthful. Step down and chew mouthful.
Then repeat three times. As you improve you will be able to support your body enough to place both paws on the edge of the food bowl as Buddy demonstrated above.
If this seems like too much effort then you can tilt your head to the side of the bowl and eat noms between stretches, as demonstrated by Nutty on the right.
This is also great if you are hungry as it looks really pathetic and as though you are half starved, usually encouraging a hooman to fetch you something. (Works best if you have emptied the food bowl beforehand!)
Before long you will all be able to manage the Lotus Position just like I can!
So that is the Guru Nibbles Winter Warm-Up and Shape-Up exercise plan! If you would like to attempt any of these exercises get your hooman to take photographic evidence and either post it on your own blog or email it to me email@example.com
That is all for now young grass hopper!
Posted on October 16, 2012, in Piggy Blogs and tagged advice, animal, animals, british, cavies, cavy, cute, exercise, funny, guinea pig, guinea pigs, humor, lazy, naughty, pet, pets, photo, photos, rockstar, rodent, rodents, silly, small furries, small furry, smile, yoga. Bookmark the permalink. 40 Comments.