Lara Trump has taken on the new viral pushup challenge while quarantined amid the coronavirus pandemic — and she is hoping other members of the Trump family will follow suit.
The 37-year-old campaign adviser took to her Instagram Stories on Monday to share a video of herself donning a sports bra and leggings while doing 10 pushups as part of the ‘See 10, Do 10’ challenge, which encourages people to exercise at home.
To complete the challenge, people are also supposed to tag 10 friends or family members to keep it going, and that’s exactly what Lara did.
Keeping fit: Lara Trump, 37, took to her Instagram Stories on Monday to share a video of herself doing 10 pushups as part of the ‘See 10, Do 10’ challenge
Going viral: To complete the challenge, people have to share videos of themselves doing 10 pushups and tag 10 friends to follow suit
The fitness lover’s list was a who’s who of the Republican party, ranging from her husband Eric and his siblings Donald Jr. and Ivanka to Fox New’s Judge Jeanine Pirro and conservative commentator Candace Owens.
She also tagged her personal trainer Mike Maloney, Barry’s Bootcamp instructor Keoni Hudoba, Republican veteran Rob Smith, Steven Levine, and Shanna Cain.
‘You’re up,’ she captioned the video, which shows her knocking out 10 pushups with ease while playing Puff Daddy’s hit ‘Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down’ featuring Mase.
Trainers Keoni and Mike are the only two who have completed Lara’s challenge so far, and she posted videos of them doing their pushups while waiting for her family to join in.
Family fun: Lara tagged her husband Eric, his brother Don Jr., and his sister Ivanka. The couple and their children are pictured with his father, President Donald Trump
Too busy? Ivanka returned to work last week after testing negative for the coronavirus and has yet to respond to the challenge
First up: Lara’s personal trainer Mike Maloney and Barry’s Bootcamp instructor Keoni Hudoba appear to be the only two who have completed her challenge so far
Ivanka, who returned to work last week after testing negative for the coronavirus, has been using her social media platform to promote positivity.
In recent days, she has shared clips of nursing home residents playing Hungry Hungry Hippos and Boston residents singing ‘Lean on Me’ while practicing social distancing.
Lara is known to be incredibly fit, and she frequently shares videos of her grueling workouts with her New York-based trainer.
The mom, who has a son Luke and daughter Carolina, worked out during both of her pregnancies. She was four months pregnant with her baby girl when she competed in the Los Olas Triathlon in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, last March.
Lara made sure she was in racing shape before and after she gave birth. In December, she ran the half-marathon division of the Palm Beaches Marathon with her close friend and fellow runner Emily Aronson.
Quarantined cutie: As of late, she has been spending her days quarantined with her children, and she has been sharing videos of herself playing with her two-year-old son Luke
In-demand: She also recently posted a screenshot of the text message her husband sent her after he picked up toilet paper, bottled water, and paper towels for their home
As of late, she has been spending her days quarantined with her children, and she has been sharing videos of herself playing with her two-year-old son.
On Monday, she posted a sweet clip of Luke bundled up in his winter jacket with dirt on his face while at the playground.
She also recently posted a screenshot of the text message her husband sent her after he picked up toilet paper, bottled water, and paper towels for their home.
He shared a picture of the hard-to-find products in the backseat of his car, writing: ‘I feel like I’m robbing a bank.’ ‘
Where did you get those? Nice score,’ she responded.
‘Not all heroes wear capes,’ she captioned the post.