As 2015 comes to a close, Google has released the most-searched-for unique workouts in each state over the past year (highlights include "muffin top workout" and "dead bug exercise"). Vox has compiled the data into a handy interactive map so you can see if your fitness love lines up with the rest of your neighbors. In a nutshell...
Video workouts reigned supreme. Alaskans went beast mode with Body Beast, Idahoans went insane for Insanity, folks from Tennessee and Maine got pumped with P90X, and Arkansians (is that a word?) loved PiYo — that is, Pilates Yoga.
People from Illinois were honest, 'fessing up to too-tight pants by searching for the "muffin top workout." (I'm going to assume they mean the anti-muffin top workout. Although either would be awesome!)
Floridians searched most for exotic dancer workouts. Because of course they did.
Oregonians kept it weird by searching for "dead bug exercise." (Are they trying to become a Portlandia sketch?) Runner-up for the weird award: Rhode Island's top search for forearm exercises — perhaps working on their killer handshakes?
Midwesterners love to lift. Various weight lifting workouts were hugely popular in Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana, West Virginia and Montana, among others.
Everyone wants a bigger something. When it comes to muscles, bigger always seems to be better. For example, exercisers in Maryland want big butts (and they cannot lie), while Washingtonians want larger pecs, and Californians want super-size calves.
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