Ginger Zee was the recipient of heaps of praise from her fans, friends, and followers when she shared a fitness update on social media.
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The Good Morning America star delighted with a new video chronicling her journey towards achieving the perfect handstand, to considerable success.
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"I have been trying to get a handstand for years," she revealed in her voiceover. "I only do it once a month, which is probably not much you're supposed to practice."
She attempted the move continually while wearing a white tank and red leggings, achieving short bursts of success on a few occasions.
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"So when I can hold it for a second and a half, I'm like 'Yay, let's try that again'," Ginger exclaimed after one attempt, holding it for two seconds in one go.
She then tried one out on a mattress in her living room with her sons behind her and her husband, Ben Aaron, in their kitchen, not paying any mind to his wife's handstands.
Ginger shared a clip of herself attempting - successfully - to pull off a handstand
While she got a good lift off, she couldn't keep it in the air for long, eventually falling onto her mattress and saying: "Mom is fallible."
Ginger posted the clip on her social media and wrote: "Modeling imperfection, resilience and self deprecating humor are all part of our parenting playbook. I should really try more than once a month to get it #handstand #mom #yoga."
Fans quickly took to praising her for sharing an honest update on her journey, with many giving her kudos for "nailing" the move.
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One of her friends even quipped: "Great job! Your son in the background like, 'are you done? My turn.' @benaarontv is like, 'do you. I'm about to make dinner, but first these dishes gotta get cleaned.'"
The video employed a trick that ABC's chief meteorologist recently admitted to trying out in her fitness compilations, using voiceover to explain her process.
The ABC meteorologist frequently shares her fitness routine with followers
She recently posted a clip of herself utilizing the technique for the first time and explained: "When people do voiceover I find it so funny… so, Pilates and my first voice over reel — thanks @pilatesbody_byjen for the inspirational moves."
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