- Dates: September 2016 - December 2016
- Type: Television Commercial
This Television Commercial plays Barbara Ann performed by The Beach Boys
'Barbara Ann' performed by The Beach Boys is the second song played to illustrate exercise in the 1960's.
Nick Offerman delivers a musical of exercise with the help of First Lady Michelle Obama. Celebrating 60 years of the President's Council on Fitness! "History Of Exercise With Nick Offerman and First Lady Michelle Obama" Nick. Nick? Come on, you can do it. Get back out there and exercise. Thanks, First Lady. And your wife is amazing. I love her! (Lyrics) Everybody's doin' a brand new dance now Come on baby, do the locomotion (Lyrics) Ah, ba ba ba ba Barbara Ann Ba ba ba ba Barbara Ann Oh Barbara Ann, take my hand Barbara Ann You got me rockin' and a-rollin' Rockin' and a-reelin' Barbara Ann ba ba Ba Barbara Ann (Lyrics) My baby moves at midnight Goes right on till the dawn (Lyrics) Let's get physical, physical I wanna get physical Let's get into physical Let me hear your body talk, your body talk Let me hear your body talk (Lyrics) Do you believe in life after love I can feel (Lyrics) I'm comin' up so you better you better get this party started (Lyrics) [You stood] by me When no one else was ever behind me All these lights They can't blind me With your love, nobody can drag me down Nobody, nobody Nobody can drag me down Nobody, nobody Nobody can drag me down I've got fire for a heart I'm not scared of the dark President's Council On Fitness, Sports & Nutrition 60th Anniversary In Honor of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition's 60th Anniversary we give you... #0 to 60 The History Of Exercise 1950's 1960's 1970's 1980's 1990's 2000's Present Day #0 to 60 The Fastest Way To Living Healthy Starts Right Now It doesn't matter the activity, YOU can go from #0to60, everyday! Go to 0to60fitness.org or download the #0to60 App to learn more. Supported by: National Foundation on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition American Heart Association iHRSA International Health, Racquet & Sportclub Association ACE American Council on Exercise FunnyOrDie