Kevin Hart YouTube Series ‘What the Fit’ Sees Leslie Jones Try Rodeo, Chance the Rapper do Beer Pong

Comedian sends celebrities like Conan O’Brien, Joel McHale and Terry Crews way out of their comfort zones as they broaden their workout horizons

Kevin Hart’s comedy-fitness series “What the Fit” is helping stars their broaden workout horizons in the weirdest ways by signing them up for beer pong, rodeos, fighter fighting and roller fitness. Oh, and there’s goats …

The collaboration with Hart’s Laugh Out Loud Network will premiere on YouTube March 8 and roll out new episodes each Thursday and Friday, it was announced on Tuesday.

The series will see celebrity guests such as Leslie Jones, Conan O’Brien, Joel McHale and Terry Crews trying a number of off-the-wall fitness programs alongside the comedian.

Among the challenges on “What the Fit” are O’Brien trying sumo wrestling, Jones taking a spin at the rodeo, Chance the Rapper doing something called “beer yoga,” Khloé Kardashian getting cute with goat yoga, Niecy Nash fighting fires, DJ Khaled taking a “Daddy and Me” class with baby Asahd, Tiffany Haddish doing roller fitness and Joel McHale going toe-to-toe with Evander Holyfield in the boxing ring.

“Fitness is about to get a whole lot funnier and I can’t wait for fans to see a side of me and my friends they haven’t seen before,” Hart said in a statement.

Produced by Pulse Creative and Hartbeat Productions for Laugh Out Loud, Hart’s YouTube comedy network formed in partnership with Lionsgate, “What the Fit” is executive produced by Hart, Matt Kunitz, Jeff Clanagan, Pip Wells, David Shumsky, Rebecca Shumsky Quinn and Mark Harris.

Check out the first look image below.

Kevin Hart what the Fit first look