Doing everything possible to fail miserably at any task after success appeared inevitable. Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Being one's worst enemy. A reference to the tendency of the Michigan State Football team to dominate 3 1/2 quarters only to implode and give the game away to their opponent, resulting in a frustrating defeat.
Example 1: Bill overachieved all year to get that promotion, but got fired for sending that joke about his boss to the whole company. Bill really Pulled a Sparty.
Example 2: That girl has been into Jeff all night. I hope he doesn't Pull a Sparty and tell her about his Dungeons and Dragons collection.
Dance aerobics that are inspired by the martial arts. It includes movements such as front kicks, roundhouse kicks, side kicks, punches, hand chops, and spear hands. This workout is generally accompanied by "Get Ready For This" by 2 Unlimited.
Usually taught in low level Tae Kwon Do or Karate schools. It caters to people who want to brag that they study martial arts but without ever having to take a kick or a punch or otherwise risk getting hurt during practice. These schools also rely on their Tae Kwon Doerobic prowess during demonstrations that entice families to sign up for this non-violent, yet seemingly impressive form of training.
Belt ranks (and eventually a Black Belt) can be earned in Tae Kwon Doerobics by attending class regularly for a period of time.
Jerry has a black belt in Tae Kwon Doerobics. That means he can out-dance his opponent AND look menacing at the same time. We just pray this either scares or amuses his attacker so Jerry doesn't get really hurt.