A Lazy Girl's Guide to Getting Fit

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Unless your job affords you the opportunity to have a dedicated personal trainer (we're looking at you, Jennifer Aniston) or flex hours (all you "novelists" and "filmmakers" out there), there's a good chance you haven't seen the inside of a gym in a long time.

That was the case for the lovely ladies at Lemondrop.com, who are — like many of us — "tethered to a desk all day."

But after a few "aha" moments (one of them was asked if she was pregnant!), they've decided to launch a fitness challenge of sorts, called "9 to Fine: The Cubicle Slave's Guide to Fitting in Her Skinny Jeans Before Summer Is Over.

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How do they plan to do it? Well, by revealing their body fat percentages, for one. They also enlisted a buff trainer named, of course, Rowdy, and refuse to cut out booze and peanut M&Ms from their diets. Sounds interesting.

Check out their "stats, tips, and goals — one of the editors, Julieanne, laments that she's been on a "horrible spree of hooking up with boys who are thinner than I am" — and join in on the "fun" yourself! Laziness is clearly no excuse at this point.

Tell Marie Claire: What's your best lazy-girl fitness or diet tip? Share yours in the Comments section below!

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