Dog Conducts Special CrossFit Session In Adorable Video, Goes Viral


Dog video that features a Crossfit class conducted by an Australian Shepherd, Tesla takes over the internet. Read more to know about the viral dog video

Written By Sahil Mirani | Mumbai | Updated On:
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It is not easy to pick yourself and have an intense workout session without any motivation. But this viral social media video may be all the fitness inspiration you need. The video shows a mini Australian Shepherd 'teaching' an exercise class and the social media has been flipping over the viral video.

Tesla, the dog, featured in the video displaying her CrossFit skills. The video was uploaded on Instagram and was an instant hit. The video eventually made it to other social media sites and it was also reposted on the popular Twitter account 'Aussies Doing Things'. 

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Viral dog Crossfit video

The video was shot inside a gym and shows a number of people are following Tesla as she rolls and jumps at the front of the class. The dog was also rewarded with a treat at the end of the video for the leadership skills she displayed. The fans are really obsessed with this particular video and they have been sharing their views about Tesla. Here are a few things that Twitteratti had to say about the dog: 

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