Dog Dressed Like Bear Demonstrates Winter 5K Training Program

We end up talking a lot about our fitness goals on this site, and I know something that I’m struggling with is working out during these cold months. This dog (“Munchkin”) is showing us both of our options at once. Either you can work out indoors on a treadmill, or you can bundle up in a weather-appropriate bear costume and brave the squalls.

About flanny

Flanny was born and raised in a Detroit suburb, but tells people she's from Detroit without clarification because it makes her sound tough. She is not tough. Her favorite member of One Direction is Louis Tomlinson, and her favorite Agatha Christie detectives are Tommy and Tuppence.
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14 Responses to Dog Dressed Like Bear Demonstrates Winter 5K Training Program

  1. FRQ says:

    Dog Dressed Like Bear Ewok Demonstrates Winter 5K Training Program

  2. Kate says:

    This is exactly what I look like when I go for my walk. Guess I need a shave.

  3. Animals dressed like other animals are really really cute. Why is that?
    Related: baby clothes that have animals on the feet are much cuter than other baby clothes. Again, why?

  4. The best way to exercise in winter? Find a partner to motivate you.

  5. I’m going to be spending the long weekend with two snuggly Shih Tzus and I can’t waaaaiiiiit. Now I’m just sad I don’t have bear costumes to put them in.

    • Commentatrix says:

      So jelly! My probably-part-Shih-Tzu Darling Boy will be (one? two?) states over this weekend, and I’ll have to hang out with my cousin’s useless Yorkies. Can’t wait for next month when I’ll get the dog for three whole weeks while my parents travel!

  6. Sota says:

    This makes me want to put a puppy on my Christmas list.

  7. old man fatima says:

    Ugh you guys I haven’t gone to the gym for 2 weeks because I’ve been a bit under the weather and sleeping in, and I only like going before work. This little dog is making me feel suuuper guilty about that.

  8. Casey says:

    Why can’t tiny, bipedal ewok-dogs be real things that we can own and hug?

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