July 27, 2020
Actor and comedian Kevin Hart took to his Instagram page to share a photo of himself preparing for his boxing training along with his son, Hendrix Hart.
Kevin Hart is quite fit and showed his fans evidence of that when he shared a black-and-white photo of himself getting ready for boxing training over the weekend.
In the picture, Kevin Hart's oldest son, Hendrix, was seen helping his father to tie up his boxing gloves, with the comedian watching him as he did.
The comedian captioned his workout post with the hashtags, "Harts" and "Sunday Work," while some of his fans urged him to keep up with his workouts and training.
This is not the first time that Kevin Hart would be sharing media of himself in boxing training action. In 2017, he showed off some of his skills in the sport by sharing a video on Instagram.
In the video, the comedian displayed some solid hooks and jabs on a Sunday, showing that it was not a day for him to be lazy, but to get busy by throwing some punches.
In the caption to the post, Hart had a few words of motivation for his fans, saying the only thing that could stop one from being great was oneself, and adding that he wanted to be great.
Hart further revealed that his entire spine was now mostly metal due to the severe damage that many of his vertebrae suffered.
Kevin Hart is a person who never jokes with his fitness, which is something that many of his fans are already accustomed to, with his boxing and fitness routines dominating some of his social media posts.
The comedian also shares photos and videos of his sparring sessions, including one that showed him sparring with Antonio Esfandiari, a professional poker player. In one of the posts, he congratulated Esfandiari on his victory in the contest.
2019 was also a challenging year for Hart following his involvement in a terrible car accident that nearly claimed his life, leaving him partially paralyzed for some time, and requiring him to go through surgery and a tough rehabilitation.
The "Jumanji" actor recalled his experience during his recovery days, saying that he lied to the hospital staff about the degree of pain that he felt because he did not want to slow down his physical therapy.
Hart further revealed that his entire spine was now mostly metal due to the severe damage that many of his vertebrae suffered, adding that if he was not in good physical shape, he might have been paralyzed for life.