Kuwilileni tried to break dance: I found working out at home was pretty difficult, because there was no one to explain the moves or offer tips and tricks. It's hard working out when no one is there to guide you and make sure you are posing correctly. Plus, it's lonely!
Sheridan kept getting distracted: I hate working out in my apartment because I have the attention span of a toddler. I’ll be like, “OK, do some crunches, but wait there’s a TV and a couch…” This workout doesn’t look hard, mainly because it only shows static poses in the magazine (apparently muggle magazines have not caught up to Harry Potter’s standards) but it was actually hard AF. The pro of doing it at home was being able to take frequent breaks. And even with going at my own pace, I was sore DAYS afterwards.
Chrissy's dog judged her: Considering I can't do handstands or push-ups, the "6" workouts I was supposed to do actually looked like 4 very sad, uncoordinated attempts at children's gymnastics on my lint-covered yoga mat while my dog licked his butthole and watched.
And Lara didn't have the room for a full-on workout: OK first of all, I live in a tiny studio apartment. I barely have room to lie down on my floor, let alone to a goddamn breakdancing workout move. Second of all, my working out consists of hiking and/or yoga when I feel up to it. I have chronic pain, I'm tired enough as it is. I don't need to breakdance in my living room to have a better life. I'll leave this challenge behind, thanks.