We all make time to have a fit and healthy body maintaining our curves and muscles. People don’t care if they spend too much on hiring their personal trainers as long as they achieve the result that they want to have for their shape and form. We always make sure that we’re free from illness and that we always look good for other people to see. We love watching Zumba classes on YouTube trying to imitate what we see. We enjoy different forms of exercise and even spend time jogging.
James Corden and Gisele Bundchen are two famous celebrities who are loved by their followers. James is known to be the host of The Late Late Show while Gisele is a sexy supermodel and a television superstar. Both heard about this unique work out class that is a must try so decided to take a glimpse and learn some new lessons. Without any idea of what they’re taking into, both had fun and was glad they pushed their plan of participating in a work out class where toddlers are acting as their instructors. They started their first lesson with a little girl in a pink jacket who taught them the perfect split. Gisele gave it a try while James raised his arms trying to connote a message of surrender.
A lot of boys and girls made their work out class an enjoyable one. One kid even played slime with them after the work out class where Gisele had so much fun. Children are the symbol of happiness and curiosity. At an early age, their faces are full of innocence as there are still a lot of things that they are unaware of. Their smiles and laughter are genuine and their happiness seems true as they embrace the beauty that life brings them. Be like a kid and do not worry about tomorrow for God is always there to take care of you. Watch the video below and check out why James and Gisele enjoyed their work out class with these awesome toddlers.
Toddlerography w/ Gisele Bündchen
James and Gisele Bündchen take their dance abilities and fitness to a new level when they sign up for a dance class taught by toddlers. 100% of the Proceeds from Gisele’s bestselling book “Lessons: A Path to a Meaningful Life” will go to Project Aqua Limpa to clean the Jacuí River in southern Brazil that supplies 2.5 million people water.