It’s Park Narae’s house. It’s a gym I have 38 year old belly

It’s Park Narae’s house. It’s a gym I have 38 year old belly


Park Na-rae opens the door of her home luggage with tears in her belly, which she can’t get in even if she inhales as much as she can.

Park Na-rae’s home luggage will be unveiled on MBC’s “I Live Alone,” which will air at 11:10 p.m. on July 1.

Park Na-rae is expected to stand alone in the “management duo.” Along with Jeon Hyun-moo, he gained the nickname “management duo” by showing “diet management” and “weight management” that he only does with his mouth instead of his body, and finally started a real exercise. Beyond bare-body home training, it is surprising to recreate a room as a home gym.

Rumor has it that Park Na-rae’s change had a sad story. In front of the mirror, I realized my abs buried in front of me, saying, “Did my stomach come out too much?” and it is useless to breathe in to cover up the belly fat over the bottom of my pants. “I’m 38 years old. As you get older, you have to do more muscle exercises,” he said, realizing the importance of management in front of you, creating “real” empathy and laughter at the same time.

Park Na-rae’s home luggage calls for admiration by moving the gym as it is. He was taught the special secret of Kim Jong-kook, an icon of muscle strength, and bought a top-level fitness equipment to make people laugh. Attention is focusing on whether it will be able to show muscle training suitable for full-owned homes.

In fact, Park Na-rae has learned various home training programs, and has been showing off her arm strength beyond most men. His day, which has begun to burn his “athletic spirit” again, raises expectations. As it evolved from “home training” to “home gym,” the intensity of exercise has also increased significantly, drawing keen attention.

Park Na-rae, who took a shower with sweat, was seen strengthening her muscles with tears in her eyes. It is a situation where you can’t tell if it’s sweat or tears that flows over your face, and you don’t forget to send support to your back muscles, which completely absorbs exercise routines, saying, “Oh, my back is delicious!” Even just before losing his mind, “Eating Love,” which compares anything to “eating,” heralds a difficult path of “self-management,” raising expectations for the main broadcast.

Park Na-rae’s back muscle strengthening routine can be found on “I Live Alone” which will air at 11:10 p.m. on July 1st

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