Busy Philipps' husband, Marc Silverstein, has reached a milestone in the exercise!
While they were heading to SoulCycle together on Monday, the Rare and nerds the actress revealed that the next spinning class was not an ordinary event for the couple.
"So guys, I'm going to SoulCycle now with Marc because today is [his] 1000th class of SoulCycle, "he said in the video posted on his Instagram story.
"How much money is that, Marc?" Philipps, 39, asked, before teasing, "Do you have shares in SoulCycle?"
A single SoulCycle class costs $ 30, but package deals are also offered by the fitness company, ranging from 5 to 50 class packs, all at a discounted rate. Based on Silverstein's frequent travels, it is likely that the screenwriter has spent close to $ 30,000 on spinning classes.
The couple also determined that the Silverstein milestone took five years to reach, depending on when Philipps was pregnant with her 5-year-old daughter Cricket Pearl, aligning herself with the beginnings of a 47-year-old screenwriter.
"Ok, 1000 classes in five years … what is the average?", Continued Philipps. "It's 200 a year!"
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The class was also an important event for the actress, since it was the first time she attended in a year.
"We'll see how I'm doing today," he admitted. "I'm a little nervous, I have to say."
Philipps' preferred training has recently been the LEKfit fitness program, inspired by dance, which realizes in the video that he also has a similar obsession with taking 460 classes in less than five years.
His love for class and fitness has often been documented on social media, including a recent meeting in which Philipps closed an internet troll after they tried to criticize his self-training after LEKfit.
"Ughhhh, you're watching the scrolls," one user wrote in the photo posted on Instagram in August.
The mother of two children quickly lowered it a little with her response, correcting her grammar by experts.
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"I feel like a man your age should know the difference between YOU and YOU." YOUR POSESSIVE, as in "YOUR scrolls are showing." (Do you understand? The scrolls BELONG to me.) YOU are an abbreviation of YOU ARE, as in YOU ARE A CLEARLY A– LOSER OF BODYSHAMING, "wrote Philipps.
Ironically, Philipps' original publication had to do with what makes her feel good, as part of a charity campaign with Rockets of Awesome, a clothing brand that is donating children's clothes to children in need through the non-profit organization. of profit Baby2Baby.
"Today is #TheAwesomeChallenge," he wrote. "And my training every morning makes me feel incredible (even on the days when I prefer to stay in bed, like today)"