Snoop Dogg shows off extreme workout routines in new video
Snoop Dogg is keeping fit and fans are loving his workout routines. His latest showcases his speed and agility while tackling obstactle courses. See his amazing moves in the clip that's gone viral.
Snoop Dogg is making waves on the internet with a viral video showcasing his serious workout moves.
The rapper is jumping, kicking and tackling obstacles in the popular clip and it’s clear he’s making an effort to keep fit. Dressed in exercise gear, the 46-year-old shuffles through a series of obstacles laid out across a basketball gym. He moves from one section to another while he exchanges football passes with his trainer. He does this with speed and agility, ending the routine with a major kick.
This is not the first time the talented singer showed off his efforts at staying healthy. Back in May, the actor went shirtless in a selfie revealing the results of six days of workout and healthy eating. Slim but toned, the television host paraded his body after sharing another video where he’s sipping a protein shake and encouraging others to take care of their body.
While he was definitely feeling good about his physique, he did laugh at himself when he reposted someone comparing his day 6 body to an insect but considered it as “more motivation” for him.
Speaking of motivation, interest in Snoop’s workout was fanned by his video for his song ‘Motivation’ released early this year. In the old-school fitness routine he performs on the video, he lifts barbells, executes pull-ups and push-ups, and slam dunks a basketball. His lyrics implied a new mind set.
“My mind is clear, it’s a whole new year. That is motivation, baby.”
The video which was a teaser of sorts was directed by Snoop himself with beats provided by Ben Billions.
Aside from his goal to stay healthy, Snoop is motivated these days by his desire to bring positive energy into the world. In March, he uncharacteristically released his first gospel album titled ‘Bible of Love.’ He teamed up with gospel heavyweights Fred Hammond, Patti LaBelle, John P. Kee, Faith Evans, Tye Tribett, The Clark Sisters, and Charlie Wilson to come up with the spiritual album.
According to the rapper, the album is intended to bring light and get rid of negativity. He also dedicated it to his late grandmother who never listened to his music when she was still alive because she was averse to its “secular” nature.
His grandmother will surely be proud of what Snoop has become. He’s living a healthy lifestyle and singing songs of praise.