Where do you start?
The hair? The music? Look at her earrings, people. And I think we can all agree that this woman's crotch area would be the envy of just about anyone, although the mere assignment of the word "crotch" immediately dulls the allure.
Since we're in the area, this woman is putting A LOT of trust in the elastic of that leotard. And talk about your hair removal. Gentlemen, this is what the commercials are talking about when the commercials are talking about "the bikini area."
Greer Childers' groundbreaking Body Flex system burst onto the scene sometime back in the mid-90s for the incredibly low price of $24.95 (plus shipping and handling). The "deep aerobic" breathing and stretching exercises, along with sensible diet modifications, promised to melt away the inches. Greer even included a "Body Flex Optimum Results Chart" for tracking your progress, and her personal (and I daresay moving) motivational cassette tape.
My intrepid research skills revealed that the ageless Ms. Childers is still in the fitness game. She's updated her look over the years, thankfully leaving the unfortunate french cut leotard phase for more casual yoga-pant and jean ensembles.
None of which lessens the following terrible admission:
Okay, okay already. Don't kill me! That was some 15 or 16 years ago and at least I didn't do those weird face exercises.
Well ... maybe I did them once or twice.
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