Will Smith is back in the gym after piling on pounds during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The 52-year-old actor shared snaps with his Instagram followers Friday before his workout, with a caption that read, “Back to square one. Looks like a circle. Let’s go and make it our own !! ‘
Smith was dressed in black pants and a white shirt that included a reference to his time on the hit sitcom The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air.
He also included a close-up of his face to accompany the full-size photo.
It comes just days after the action hero publicly revealed he was in the “worst shape” of his life and vowed to be buff again.
Back: Will Smith shared a pair of snaps on his Instagram on Friday to show followers he’s made a habit of spending time at the gym
On Monday, the Independence Day star shared a photo of himself standing in front of a small pond while leaving his sweater open to show off his body to his 53.3 million followers.
While he seemed to be having a good time on the shot, the performer wasn’t as upbeat in the caption, where he wrote, “I’m going to be real with you – I’m in the worst shape of my life.” ”
He also added a humorous comment that read, “You can’t see it, but there are hot pockets on the ropes all over this gym. ”
Messing around: The actor also added a humorous comment that read, “You can’t see it, but there are hot pockets on the ropes all over this gym.”
Changes: On Monday, the Independence Day star shared a photo of himself and wrote a short post claiming he was in the “worst shape of my life.”
Several of Smith’s followers left notes in the comments section to offer words of encouragement to the actor, including Questlove, who proclaimed the photo to be “the most incredible post in social media history. “.
The next day, the actor shared a photo without the sweater to give his fans a better look at his body and to announce that he is committed to changing it completely.
The Suicide Squad actor also wrote a lengthy post letting his followers know exactly what he thought about his physique and why he wanted to lose weight.
Pandemic books: Smith also shared a photo of himself posing against a white screen and wrote a post in which he noted that he had gained weight during his stay at the home.
He noted, “This is the body that carried me through a whole pandemic and countless days grazing in the pantry. I love this body, but I want to feel better. No more midnight muffins… that’s it!
Smith also noted that he had partnered with YouTube to document his weight loss experience.
The upcoming series is tentatively titled Best Shape Of My Life, and production is currently underway.
Make Changes: In a post for her second post, Smith wrote, “I love this body, but I want to feel better”; he is pictured in Ali in 2001
In a statement via CNN, the producers of the upcoming YouTube show noted that viewers would see the actor “rebuild his body in the best shape of his life and get his rhythm back along the way.”
The upcoming six-part series will be produced by Smith’s Westbrook Media and will feature several guests, including medical experts and athletes.
Best Fit Ever currently doesn’t have a set start date.
Smith’s first show for YouTube, titled Will Smith: The Jump, was a major success for the platform and received millions of views within 48 hours of its release.
Big hit: The actor’s previous YouTube show, titled Will Smith: The Jump, received millions of views within 48 hours of release