If you want to ramp up your fitness but can’t be bothered to leave the house, why not jump on a saddle and ride a pretend horse?

Yes, you read that right.

This Korean-made ‘Ace Fitness Power’ gadget takes the galloping horse out of the equation and instead, gives you a horseback riding-inspired tool that apparently tones you up – and makes you look like you’re (*whispers*) getting it on.

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Designed for those who “like to ride horses in front of their TV” (as you do), this hilariously suggestive exercise tool promises to “fitness you up” and “live longer for now”, according to the gadget’s YouTube description.

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You have to put in some impressive saddling, bucking and grinding action before you reap the supposed fitness benefits, which include thighs of steel and toned abdominal muscles.

Although, you’ll probably get these laughing your head off while you dry hump your horse-mimicker, with the latest episode of EastEnders in the background.

Would you ride it?

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