Rev Al Sharpton Flexes His Muscles during a Pre-Dawn Workout in Video
Contrary to Jay-Z's famous line, "Al Sharpton doing selfies, so who’s gonna help me?” Sharpton continues to take several selfies! He even accompanies the snaps with daily motivational messages.
Reverend Al Sharpton attends the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards red carpet at Prudential Center | Photo: Getty Images
Sharpton's latest posts feature him in his workout gears doing his routine. His caption read:
"Morning thoughts during predawn workout in the fitness room 10/3/19 #2 #RevAlsMorningThoughts #RAS65"
Last Thursday, Al Sharpton disclosed an exclusive diet and workout routine that has helped him maintain his slim physique over the years.
While talking to GQ magazine, the MSNBC host revealed that his exercise routine includes getting up every day of the week to workout.
Rev. Al Sharpton attends his 65th Birthday Celebration at the New York Public Library - Stephen A Schwartzman Building | Photo: Getty Images
He exercises in his building's gym located in the Upper West Side. He implements the stationary bicycle, elliptical, pull-ups, and the elliptical. Sharpton previously weighed more than 300 pounds, but the popular host lost half of his former size.
Due to his doctor's advice and his personal goal, his current daily menu is to have a banana at 4:15 am and some protein powder afterward.
Also, he has a diet that entails three slices of seven-grain toast per day, asnarrated
by Pagesix. According to him, he hasn't eaten chicken in seven or eight years, and he eats fish instead.
He also discussed eating out with notable persons like Barack Obama and James Brown in the past.
The fundraiser/birthday event themed a “Celebration and Party with a Cause,” and held at The New York City Public Library in NYC.
The dignitaries in attendance comprise Actor and Film Producer Robert De Niro, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Producer, Writer, and Actor Spike Lee, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Actor and Filmmaker Samuel L. Jackson, CEO of Essence Communications Michelle Ebanks, and many others.