Chelsea Handler Is Working Out With 2 Face Masks On Her Boobs In This New Video

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From Women's Health

  • Chelsea Handler sent a message to her fans about the importance of wearing a mask in a hilarious new video.

  • In the video, Chelsea is working out topless but for two masks over her breasts (and one on her face).

  • She clapped back at a fan who told her she didn't need to wear a mask to work out.

Chelsea Handler proved (in a hilarious way) that it's possible to wear a mask while working out. The comedian and talk show host shared a video of herself to Instagram doing weighted lunges outdoors under the supervision of her trainer—while wearing one mask on her face and two masks on her breasts.

"Everybody needs to find a mask and put it on, because I'd like to have fun again. Okay? People want their kids to go back to school, and we're abusing our healthcare workers," she said, "Please find a mask and put it on any part of your body!" (Although really, you only need to wear one on your face. And make sure it covers your mouth and nose!)

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Wear a mask!

A post shared by Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) on Jul 17, 2020 at 9:44am PDT

She also clapped back at one fan who said "ur not supposed to wear a mask when working out," by replying, "actually, you are."

Even though it might feel weird at first, it's very important to wear a mask while working out with other people. Some cities and states are requiring people to wear masks at the gym, and the CDC mandates that everyone “wear a cloth face covering in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.” (In Philadelphia, for example, the city is opening gyms under the condition that staff and patrons wear masks, and if patrons are not wearing masks during the health department's unannounced inspections, city officials will shut individual gyms down.)

"[Wearing a mask] is especially important if you're outside in a crowded area, particularly city sidewalks, a mask may be both reassuring to others as well as within the guidelines set forth by your local government,” physician Christina Sensabaugh, MD, told Women's Health. If you're using disposable masks, it's best to dispose of your mask after exercising, and if you use a cotton mask, dermatologist, Allison Arthur, MD, advises washing them after every use "so that it doesn't become a reservoir of sweat, dirt, and oil."

Thanks for the reminder, Chelsea!

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