Arnold Schwarzenegger showed his humorous side in a recent video wherein he showcased his workout buddy, keeping a close eye on his exercise regime.
The legendary actor may be in self-isolation, but he is far from alone, as Arnold shared a video of his inquisitive pet donkey Lulu keeping him company during his workouts.
HIS CONSTANT COMPANION
Staying active amid current life in quarantine due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Arnold's home gym impressed in the video he recently posted. However, all eyes were on the 72-year-old's donkey Lulu as she kept close to Arnold, sniffing at him ever so often.
Arnold's fitness studio at his Los Angeles home features state-of-the-art assisted weight machines, and Lulu kept a close watch as he performed a few lat pull-downs and bent-over calf raises coincidentally referred to as "donkey raises."
WHEN NOT HORSING AROUND
However, when not spending time in his impressive fitness studio with Lulu, Arnold also makes sure to give his miniature horse named Whiskey some love, as well as his girlfriend Heather Milligan as they ride out quarantine together.
Lulu has appeared in several of Arnold's videos wherein he advocated for the importance of social distancing, but the new video even has his son Patrick in stitches, as he commented on his father's post that he just "can't" look at it without laughing.
A CONSTANT ADVOCATE FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING
Last month, Arnold posted a range of videos asking his followers to "listen to the experts" and stay at home until authorities say otherwise with Whiskey and Lulu by his side to help drive his point across.
In a later video, Arnold explained how life changed in the Schwarzenegger household since the novel coronavirus pandemic took hold of the world, as he said:
“We don’t go out. We don’t go to restaurants. We don’t do anything like that anymore here. We just eat with Whiskey and Lulu. So much more fun.”
ALMOST STARS IN THEIR OWN RIGHT
Arnold Schwarzenegger's four-legged friends not only steals the show during his home videos, but they also recently became the stars of a remote episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
However, the two pets couldn't care less about their newfound stardom, as they kept on bumping into the camera to get treats from Arnold during his chat with Jimmy.