Check out the funniest tweets about “staying fit” during quarantine
- Most people are worried about gaining extra weight during quarantine.
- But parents have more things to worry about, especially with all the kids at home 24/7.
- Check out some relatable tweets from parents who struggle with staying fit while on quarantine.
Lots of people are finding ways to stay fit and “productive” even during quarantine, but not all of us can pull it off.
Parents, in particular, are quite familiar with how difficult it is just to go through the daily motions — especially now that all the kids are at home 24/7.
Take a look at some of the funniest and relatable tweets from parents who struggle with staying fit while on quarantine.
It sucks when that happens
I’m not happy with the few pounds I’ve gained during this quarantine. I seriously have to do something. I tried to go for a jog but I kept spilling my beer.— Mama Llama (@justamom819) April 10, 2020
Do you even lift?
My quarantine workouts consist solely of moving my weighted blanket from my bed to the couch and back.— S A R A B U C K L E Y (@nottheworstmom) April 27, 2020
Eat your meals at home, they say
I think we can all agree that eating all of your meals at home is in fact NOT the key to maintaining a healthy weight.— Mommy Uncensored (@amomuncensored) April 28, 2020
Workouts are a given for parents with toddlers
My at home, quarantine workout consists of chasing toddlers, locating sanity, and thunder searching for my coffee I placed in a “convenient” location.— Mama Llama Puff ???????? (@mamallamapuff) April 28, 2020
It’s hard to flatten the curve
Flattening my curve would be a lot easier if I could quit eating Doritos.— Maryfairyboberry (@MaryJustice86) March 20, 2020
The true essential workers
My husband has decided we are going to become one of those annoying fit families.
Divorce attorneys are considered an essential service, yes?— Professional Worrier (@pro_worrier_) April 21, 2020
New quarantine bod
For the foreseeable future, the ????????emoji is in reference to my quarantine bod, not pregnancy.— Tortured by Toddlers (@TorturedByTots) April 6, 2020
The perfect nighttime routine
My nighttime routine includes not washing my hair, an entire season of The Office and 27,000 calories.— Maryfairyboberry (@MaryJustice86) April 18, 2020
When you need inspiration
Never thought I’d google prison workouts but here we are. #COVIDー19— suzanne hayes (@shayes613) March 19, 2020
A positive outcome
On the bright side, this quarantine has brought my thighs closer together— Snarky Mommy (@SnarkyMommy78) April 26, 2020
Gotta stay consistent
Everyone keeps saying it is very important to keep up with your routines during this quarantine, so I want to let you know that, at this time, I will continue to not work out just like before.— JenHatmaker (@JenHatmaker) March 23, 2020
We have become a new species
Like a centaur, but the bottom half is a couch. This is what I’ve become.— Jessie (@mommajessiec) March 30, 2020
Is pouring yourself a drink instead of a bowl of chips considered going on a diet?
Asking for me.— Coffee & Crusts (@CoffeeNCrusts) April 27, 2020
Ahh, the good ol’ days
Remember in January when we all thought we were fat? BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
(starts sobbing uncontrollably)— Not the Nanny (@not_thenanny) April 2, 2020
Expectations vs. reality
Day 1 of Quarantine: “I’m going to meditate and do body-weight training.”
Day 4: *just pours the ice cream into the pasta*— Quarantine Troy Johnson (@_troyjohnson) March 17, 2020
My Fitbit must be so disgusted with me right now.— Mommy Needs A Life (@mom_needsalife) March 23, 2020
Always be prepared
My current hobbies include rage sighing, not wearing real clothes and eating every single day like I’m going to the electric chair.— Rachel Sobel (@whinecheezits) March 30, 2020
Do potatoes count as veggies?
I’ve eaten so many crunchy veggies these last 2 weeks. And by veggies, I mean potatoes. OK, it’s chips. I’m talking about chips.— Mommy Uncensored (@amomuncensored) March 27, 2020
So, you see, we’re all in this together. And if we want to keep our sanity until this pandemic blows over, it’s best to not sweat the small stuff — pun intended — and simply laugh it off.