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Gigi Hadid has mastered the catwalk, the sultry stare, and the effortless model pose. Oh yea, she woke up like that. Good thing though guys! There’s one thing that Gigi Hadid has NOT mastered. Like many of us, Gigi can’t hold a plank. Not gonna lie, I love this girl even more after watching this video. Reebok had the brilliant idea of making their ambassador hold a plank WHILE answering some personal questions. the results are hilarious. Now, you’d think looking at Gigi’s abs that she’d be a PRO at the plank, the exercise that’s literally known for sculpting the body. But nope, Gigi’s struggle is REAL as she tried to hold on to the pose who answering questions from her trainer Rob Piela. Right off the bat, Gigi had a tough time with the move. So clearly, Gigi likes boxing a little more than she likes planking. So the supermodel goes on to answer more riveting questions while holding this plank and reveals actually some great advice. That’s great and all, but you’ve got to see Gigi’s face when she’s clearly had enough of this cruel game Reebok made her play. About a minute in, she’s done, but her trainer won’t let up.
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