CropFit: The New Fitness Craze Invented by Subway

Trying to stay fit can be a challenge for many of us, what with busy personal and work schedules. It just so happens that people can now take full advantage of Subway’s new fitness craze “CropFit” — where fitness goes old-school and back to the farm.

In Subway’s new TV commercial, CropFit is based on farming practices from the 1800s, and I guess to also include Subway sandwiches in your diet. Pretty funny stuff.  (My favorite part of the commercial is the barn pulley — “This is not a one-person job!”)

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Shaun Haney

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