Spoof Yoga Routine Ridicules Subway’s Bread Chemical Mishap [Video]
Subway Yoga is a campaign that brings attention to the restaurant's use of a compound in their food that is typically found in rubber yoga mats.
Restaurant chain Subway recently came under fire and was the subject of an online petition for reportedly using a compound called azodicarbonamide in their bread. The compound is a chemical typically used in yoga mats and other rubber products.
Subway Yoga is a fake exercise routine that brings attention to the issue by doing a typical workout “using freshly baked bread mats to warmly toast your aura and transform your mind, arteries and soul.”
The campaign, a personal project by writer and inventor David Ma and designer Melissa Stammer, features exercise poses like “Roast Beef Warrior,” “The Flappy Tuna,” “The Veggie Patty Plank,” and “Downward Dollar Footlong.”
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