For guys, working out is typically divided into two neat categories: strength training and cardio. For women, the fitness options are endless. There's spin class, pilates, yoga, aerobics, dance, and so much more that it strays into categories that most men can't even wrap their heads around. One example is Zumba, one of the many dancercise crazes to sweep the world of fitness over the years. And don't get us wrong, there are definitely dudes who are into Zumba. But for most men, the idea of taking a Samba class is already a nightmare, so the thought of adding a high enough intensity component, and doing it for an extended period of time with the goal of burning a decent amount of calories — forget it.
Then there's Doga. Huh? Oh, that would be yoga with dogs. Yes, this is an actual thing where people (generally women) bring their dogs to yoga and actually make their canine counterparts do poses as well. Apparently it's a great way to bond with your pooch, as well as provide them with some good stretching and relaxation, which is great. But we guarantee that most guys, no matter how close they are with their furry best friends, are never going to say, "Sorry guys, I can't make it to the game. Spot and I have doga this afternoon."