Get inspired with a 1-minute video of old Hollywood Halloween.
Your gym called. Your friends there miss you. Maybe you better stop by and let them know you are alive.
They didn’t have Lulu lemon back in the 1920s, so she made do with a guy’s shirt and some big tie around her neck. But she sure is beautiful. Young and modern.
“In fact, the entire body, or any part, can be reduced without dieting by dissolving the fat through perspiration produced by wearing my garments.”
Cute 1930s shoes. But maybe she needs something else at the gym.
The lines on these 60s swimsuits . . . yes! White shades . . . yes!
The slim silhouette is not just on the Hoover vacuum. Look at her hand. Look at her waist. Her waist and her hand are the same size!
I am 99% sure the ad agency graphics guys were all male.
She looks like she is having fun jumping around the house with her Hoover. But I can think of better ways to work out.
Now, what did I do with those yoga pants?
The hardest part of getting fit is getting to the gym. So many things call out for your time. Sometimes you gotta just chuck the to-do list and get your butt to the gym.
In the 1920s styles changes. Hems went up and silhouettes slimmed. Hucksters tried to make a buck off the new style. This vintage ad shows a woman supposedly before and after after using the slimming treatment being sold.
If you are out of shape, you can’t get fit in 2 weeks. But you can start to get fit in 2 weeks. Here’s how: Work out. Eat right. Repeat.
No need to waste your money on a fad.
I wonder how many minutes she could go on this 1920s treadmill with no headphones on . . . . No internet, no phone, no tv.