Feel The Burn: 11 Big Brother-Inspired Workout Moves

Stretch it out and learn how you can work on your fitness, courtesy of the BB17 HGs

Stretch it out and learn how you can work on your fitness, courtesy of the BB17 HGs

Grab a sweatband and learn the fitness routines that keep the current BB Houseguests in tip-top shape! 
1. The Boy-Band Back Stretch

1. The Boy-Band Back Stretch

Say bye-bye-bye back problems. As demonstrated by Johnny Mac, the pop-star dentist, this powerful back stretch will rock your core and your audience!
 
2. The Bromance Lunge Of Greatness

2. The Bromance Lunge Of Greatness

This move incorporates a combination stretch of hamstrings and heartstrings as Steve and Clay’s platonic relationship reaches new heights.

3. The Transfer Of Emotion

3. The Transfer Of Emotion

This one is an advanced exercise by Austin, a self-proclaimed "emotional creature by nature," who demonstrates this particular skill by transferring his overwhelmingly dramatic affection into Liz's inner essence. Look at that concentration.
4. The Big Brother Morning Pose

4. The Big Brother Morning Pose

The Houseguests (sorta) nail the classic yoga pose, Warrior 1, as part of their unique sun salutation.
5. The Lion Lift

5. The Lion Lift

Work out your upper body by using another body!

Wanna try this one at home? Wait by the door until a friend or relative member walks by, dip down, wrap your arms around their torso, and lift them behind your head using force from your legs. When targeting your cub, we suggest you look for someone on the smaller side. To that point, this also works with pets.
6. The Big Brother Booty Pop

6. The Big Brother Booty Pop

We can't be sure, but it looks like Clay is coaching Vanessa in the ancient art of booty popping. And, yes, they used resistance bands to achieve perfect form in the olden days.
7. The SassMaster 3000

7. The SassMaster 3000

Sun's out, buns out. Jason tones his booty in preparation for the Battle of the Block competition. Required accessories include a resistance band, skinny jeans, and a pair of sassy sunnies.
8. The Tabletop

8. The Tabletop

This one's for toning your abdominal core and can also double as a makeshift piece of home decor when you need more counter space.
9. The Downward Rango

9. The Downward Rango

This is an homage to Shelli's articulate canine companion, Rango, whose incredibly well-written letter to the HoH deserved recognition through this classic downward facing dog yoga pose.
10. The Take A Knee

10. The Take A Knee

Cardio's great, but sometimes you need to stop, take a breath, and embrace your deepest inner emotions during a overwhelmingly pensive kneel. Always have a spotter present, though, because you never know when you'll need a strong shoulder to cry on.
11. The Jump Rope Of Avoidance

11. The Jump Rope Of Avoidance

Liz tones her calves and glutes as she jump ropes away from her problems. Austin, perhaps?

This is actually a motion you can incorporate in nearly every part of your life. However, we should offer up a warning: This particular technique is most effective for short-term results. For a long-term solution, you might need to backdoor your problem.