There's something beautiful when someone is so damn earnest about what they're doing that they don't recognize the hilarity of their actions — when they're pouring their heart and soul into something, and it turns out to be heartwarming and amusing, even if it's for all the wrong reasons.
Such is the case with Prancercising, and it's creator/founder/head-prancer-in-charge Joanna Rohrback, who just loves to "cut the noose and let it loose" — apparently, in sparsely-populated parks on mildly-overcast days.
Honestly, this is what the Internet was made for — it's like Tim and Eric's comedy wet-dream (if carried a mild undertone of sadness, anyway), with your average, everyday person trying to share something they love in the most awkward outfit imaginable, and playing it completely straight.
If you're interested in learning more about the joy of Prancercising, you're in luck! The Prancercise book is available for you to order right here.
(Also, in an off-putting realization, I'm fairly certain that woman doesn't invest in undergarments. Just an observation.)
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