You don’t have to break the bank to have a cool costume! Here’s some fitness classics sure to get a laugh 🙂
via – sparkpeople.com
All you need to dress as fitness icon Richard Simmons is a curly wig, some super short shorts and a sparkly tank top. You’ll also need a big cup of coffee to match his high energy and enthusiasm for a good workout!
Suzanne Somers (Thigh Master Era)
Do you remember the late night infomercials featuring this truly strange piece of fitness equipment? Celebrate strong thighs and a good sense of humor by bringing out a Thigh Master or similar piece of goofy gear, donning a blonde wig and your favorite retro workout wear.
80s Jane Fonda
Jane brought the idea of aerobic exercise into homes across America and she did it while wearing some of the most ridiculous 80s-style workout wear. To pull off this look, you’ll need a leotard and a belt. Don’t forget the leg warmers!
To dress as this popular viral video hostess, you’ll need to pair a fancy pink jacket with some white leggings and a curly wig. You’ll want to spend some time perfecting your moves–Prancercising isn’t as easy to master as it looks!
For this one, you can choose to either be the good Karate Kid or his nemesis from the Cobra Kai Dojo! If you already have your own Gi, you can simply add a headband to complete the look.
Paul Ryan Lifting Weights
No matter what your politics are, you have to admit that the pictures of Paul Ryan lifting weights in a backwards baseball cap were pretty funny. This look is super simple to put together. Just dig up an old gray T-shirt and red hat. Bring along a real or toy dumbbell to complete the look!
Sue Sylvester from Glee
While you can’t hope to match her over-the-top personality, it’s pretty easy to get the look of Glee’s Sue Sylvester. Just dress in an old school athletic jacket and track pants and don’t forget your megaphone!
If you take this term literally, it makes for a pretty funny Halloween costume. Just pair a football jersey with a wizard beard and hat to create this punny look. And don’t forget to carry a football!
Whether you’re a part of the CrossFit craze or not, you can dress the part for Halloween by pairing an obnoxious T-shirt with a muscle costume. Just be prepared to do burpees on demand!
Any others you’d like to add?