Chris Pratt, an actor, shared some wisdom to encourage his followers to stick to their New Year's resolutions.
The Guardians of the Galaxy star tweeted a video of himself pumping iron in the gym, calling on followers to keep the commitments they made to themselves. He encouraged them to include themselves among the fortunate few who see their ambitions through.
Jeremy Ryan Slate, host of the podcast, responded with unsubscribed advice of his own, instructing Arnold Schwarzenegger's son-in-law how to improve his dumbbell tricep kickbacks.
@07ECantona, a confidant egoist, gave Pratt advice on proper weightlifting technique, suggesting the actor lower his head, maintain a tight back, and lean his weight towards his hip.
@Migscay has a different viewpoint and praised Pratt's performance, stating that they wish to see him follow his famous father's lead in a remake of The Terminator.
David Nage, a podcast host, shared a philosophical statement, claiming that it makes more sense to make minor tweaks.
@MichaelFreda17 expressed his thanks for Pratt's encouraging words, saying they helped him stay on track with his goals for the new year.
@Bear_Of_Dreams emphasizes the advantages of resigning from their resolutions, pointing out that those who stick to their training plans have more room in the gym.
@Shanran51 sounded somewhat depressed as he suggested that if he had the motivation of Pratt's superhero salary, he would be working out as well.
The responses to Pratt's tweet were fairly mild considering the amount of negativity that often floods the comments section on Twitter these days. He makes a valid point: it's still the first quarter of the year, and there is still time to catch up if you've not followed your plans.