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Woman's Love of Vino Inspires a Fun 'Wine Workout' Series: 'I'm Glad it Makes People Laugh'

People logo People 6 days ago Julie Mazziotta

Megan Vaughan loves a few key things in life: her husband, working out and wine.

One night, the radio personality from Clarksville, Tennessee, decided to combine her loves into a “wine workout.”

“I came home from the gym and I had a glass of wine, and I was like, I’m in my workout clothes still, I bet if I put a straw in my wine I could do pushups,” Vaughan tells PEOPLE. Her husband thought it was “so dumb,” but she convinced him to film it.

“I posted it to my radio station’s Facebook page, and it got like, 27 million views. So I just kept making more!” she says.

I'm apparently a #gif now! Thanks @giphy #wine #fitness #motivation #pushups #sundayfunday

A post shared by Megan Vaughan (@radiomeg83) on Sep 10, 2017 at 7:16am PDT

Happy #winewednesday peeps! Bottoms and biceps up! #wine #fitness #workout #biceps

A post shared by Megan Vaughan (@radiomeg83) on Aug 16, 2017 at 6:11am PDT

Vaughan emphasizes that her “wine workouts” are “just a joke.”

“It’s not like I really work out like that in real life,” she says. “Some people talk trash about it, saying that I’m promoting alcoholism, but it’s not. I’m very fit, I work out six days a week and I like a glass of wine at night. That’s it.”

Happy Wine Wednesday! Don't lose those abs during the holiday season! #wine #winewednesday #fitness #motivation #workout ????????

A post shared by Megan Vaughan (@radiomeg83) on Nov 1, 2017 at 5:53am PDT

Her only goal is to have fun.

“I’m glad that it makes people laugh,” Vaughan says. “That’s all I care about.”

(And for the record, she prefers red.)

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