Have You Worked Out With Zach Anner? Because You Need To.


Zach Anner is a YouTube sensation who posts weekly “Workout Wednesday” videos to his channel. Anner has cerebral palsy — and he’s made a name for himself by making fun of his physical limitations.

Watch his latest installment below, where he celebrates making his 100th video and discusses the importance of milestones. Mixed in with his hilarity are a few great tips for setting goals and cherishing the little things.


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