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Funny Exercise Quotes

Exercise is my escape from reality, which is ironic because it makes my body ache.

I like to think of exercise as a form of physical comedy – my body stumbling and struggling, providing endless entertainment.

They say laughter is the best medicine, but I prefer a good workout. It hurts just as much but lasts longer!

I don’t have a six-pack, but I do have a sense of humor – and that’s all the exercise I need.

I started working out to get a beach body. Now I just hope to have a body that doesn’t laugh at me on the beach.

I tried doing push-ups, but it turns out I’m just not a pushover for exercise.

My favorite exercise? Running late – it’s a great cardio workout!

I exercise so I can say ‘I’m one rep closer to dessert’.

I’ve decided that squats are just a way to remind my thighs they’re still alive.

My gym membership gives me access to unlimited awkward encounters and questionable fashion choices.

Some people say exercise is addictive. I say they’ve never tasted chocolate cake.

I tried doing yoga once, but I realized I’m just not flexible enough to touch my toes – or my life goals.

I don’t sweat, I just sparkle… excessively.

My fitness journey consists of ‘running’ late and ‘lifting’ hot coffee to my mouth.

I exercise so my abs can feel the burn… while I eat pizza in bed.

Funny Exercise Quotes part 2

I don’t exercise to impress others. I just want to be able to put on my socks without losing my breath.

My exercise routine is an elaborate dance between my willpower and my love for Netflix.

They say exercise is a form of self-love. Well, I must really love myself because I never miss an opportunity to avoid it.

I don’t do burpees because I love them. I do them because I hate them slightly less than other exercises.

Exercise is like a punishment for not having the self-control to resist chocolate – a vicious cycle indeed.

I stumbled upon a new workout routine – I try to convince myself to exercise every day, and then don’t.

I’ve discovered that the best workout is running away from my responsibilities.

I exercise so I can eat more French fries guilt-free. It’s all about balance!

My workout playlist is composed solely of enthusiastic gym-goers grunting – my motivation for not being like them.

I don’t exercise to look good. I exercise to eat good.

My favorite exercise equipment? The remote control – it provides a great workout for my thumb.

I’m on a seafood diet – I see food, and I eat it. Then I exercise to compensate… maybe.

They say laughter is contagious, so I’m trying to spread the laughter by attempting exercise in public.

I’ve come to the realization that my fitness level is proportional to the amount of cake I can consume.

If exercise was easy, it would be called ‘sitting on the couch’.

My workout buddy is my self-doubt – it’s always there to question why I’m even trying to exercise.

I exercise because it’s the closest thing I have to an adult recess.

They say exercise gives you endorphins. I think I’m doing it wrong because I just feel tired and regretful.

I’ve discovered a new workout routine – avoiding eye contact with the trainer and pretending to be invisible.

I tried doing a plank once, and then I remembered I’m not a board member of the ‘Flexibility Association’.

They say exercise helps you clear your mind. I’m still waiting for the day when it helps me find my car keys.

I exercise because it makes me feel invincible – until I try to go up a flight of stairs.

They say exercise is like a natural high. Well, I must be doing it wrong because I feel more like I’m on a roller coaster of sweat and discomfort.

I have an irrational fear that my gym equipment is conspiring against me, secretly plotting my downfall.

I once tried Zumba, but my moves were more like a sad attempt at interpretive dance.

They say exercise is a journey. I just hope mine comes with a frequent flyer program.

I exercise so I can keep up with my dog. He may not be able to talk, but he’s always judging me.

The only running I enjoy is running out of excuses not to exercise.

I’ve discovered that my ability to do sit-ups is directly proportional to the number of donuts I’ve consumed.

I exercise my right to eat pizza whenever I want.

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