So if you don’t already think Jean-Claude Van Damme is one of the most impressive human beings alive, the below video of him doing the splits between two moving semi-trucks will probably convince you.
This newest ad from Volvo might be edited to make it look more impressive, we’re not sure, but we would really prefer to believe it’s real. And if there was anyone able to accomplish such a feat, it would most likely be Jean-Claude Van Damme while listening to Enya’s “Only Time.”…
How would you encourage the citizens of your city to exercise more?
Perhaps you could build more bike lanes or walking trails. Maybe public parks with exercise equipment?
Well in Russia, at the Vystavochnaya train station, there are now machines that accept a short workout as a form of payment. So in lieu of having to break out the change to purchase a ticket, citizens have the option to do 30 squats in front of the ticket booth to pay their fare.
The video below shows the machine, as well as train commuters, in action in this innovative way to encourage more physical activity:
These machines are also being used to promote the Winter Olympics in Russia, coming February 2014.
This ad shows a man going through his day at the office getting bullied in the same way that many kids are at school. The final line translates to, “A typical workday doesn’t look like this. And a typical school day?”