David Mann of 'Meet The Browns' Shares Difficult Workout on Stationary Bike in Recent Video Amid COVID-19
Actor and gospel singer David Mann recently took to Instagram to share a video clip of him hitting the gym hard. The husband of the popular gospel songstress, Tamela Mann, is seen going hard on the stationary bike amid the COVID-19 quarantine.
Gospel singer David Mann is giving hope to people during the current coronavirus quarantine period, with his recent Instagram video. The 53-year-old artist showed off his hard work out on the stationary bike in a gym.
"I know I sound like I'm about to choke out, I ain't shaved, I ain't done nothing, but I'm going to come out of this stronger."
Mann captioned the Instagram video, "I want to be better, .#imbetter." David and Tamela Mann, who were members of Kirk Franklin's vocal ensemble, "The Family," are known to hit the gym regularly.
Tamela, who recently opened up on her journey to dropping 50 pounds, mentioned Weight Watchers as the agency responsible for her progress.
The 53-year-old mother of five also gave credit to her husband for his support during her journey. She mentioned that the duo agreed on letting the process be something about her and not them, seeing that they're known to do everything together.
Their marriage "outweighs every other" thing in their lives.
The "Take Me to the King" crooner has been through her share of life struggles. Last year Mann underwent a double knee replacement surgery, and she hit social media to thank her fans for their prayers through the tough times.
She appreciated the support and well wishes from her family, friends, and loved ones in an Instagram video. Tamela had posted a video before her surgery to nudge her fans to engage in prayers for her.
The singer later announced that she would be taking a break to recover. Tamela and David got married in 1988, and they share five children -Tiffany Mann, Porcia Mann, Sonya Hurd, David Mann Jr., and Tia Mann.
In an interview held a couple of years ago, the Manns were asked how they balanced their marriage and work. David answered the question by saying that their marriage "outweighs every other" thing in their lives, and he referred to their family as their "first ministry."