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President Obama and VP Biden keeping America spry

Obama is pretty athletic, but do not let Biden's age fool you.
By Aileen Graef   |   Feb. 28, 2014 at 10:45 AM   |   Comments

WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 (UPI) -- President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden have a mid-morning workout to keep themselves spry to run the country in a Let's Move! video.

A nice, sunny morning in the nation's capital, and Obama and Biden can't let such an opportunity pass without a presidential power workout.

"Mr. President, you ready to move?" says Biden.

"Absolutely! Let's do this thing. Let's move!" agrees an enthusiastic Obama.

Cue the cheesy superhero-esque music, and the two start their jog through the White House past Sunny and Bo, who are not interested in joining. Obama is in the lead in a white shirt and grey tie, but Biden is coming up fast in a purple tie. Biden gains ground and Obama is losing time. It's neck and neck, and the two end with a stretch because being presidential and vice presidential tenses the muscles.

The two finish with a tall glass of water so First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden don't give them a presidential scolding. Good workout and good race, Mr. President and Mr. Vice President!


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