Found June 04, 2013 on Unathletic:
The US women’s national soccer team beat Canada 3-0 on Sunday in an international friendly, and two of the game’s stars, Alex Morgan and Sydney Leroux, celebrated by making a “Prancercise” video. [Continue Reading] Alex looking good per usual. I had no idea what ‘Prancercise’ was so we had to check it out. It’s pretty fuggin’ corny. If you wish to see it. Hit the jump below to watch the video…
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