Jean-Claude Van Damme confirmed off his killer biceps in a decent tank best all through a commute to the gymnasium. It’s transparent that he’s nonetheless pumping primary iron at 59.
There’s a reason he’s referred to as The Muscles from Brussels. Action big name Jean-Claude Van Damme is 59 years outdated, however he’s nonetheless in combating shape. The actor, recognized for his badass roles in motion pictures like Street Fighter and Kickboxer, used to be noticed heading right into a gymnasium in Los Angeles on July 8, and his well-known weapons had been on show. Wearing only a tight tank best, it’s transparent that Jean-Claude by no means took a spoil from pumping iron all through quarantine.
JCVD continues to be rocking the fast, purple haircut that he debuted in June 2020. The actor, who rose to popularity as a kickboxing grasp within the 1998 motion flick Bloodsport, additionally went shirtless all through that jaunt to a gymnasium in Malibu, California. It’s now not simply his biceps which are nonetheless ripped; his abs rival what they gave the impression of 30+ years in the past. But can he nonetheless pull off the ones killer Kickboxer dance moves and drop into the splits love it’s not anything?
JCVD steadily presentations off his exercises on Instagram, and so they’re simply as intense as you’d be expecting. He’s extraordinarily lighthearted, regardless that. During one exercise, he rocked a tee embellished with a Kickboxer meme. He captioned the percent, “During these tough times, don’t forget …never stop dancing!”
His closing credited function is Jean Clawed (get it?) within the upcoming Minions: The Rise of Gru, in line with IMDb. He’s had quite a lot of motion roles prior to now few years, regardless that, together with the collection Jean-Claude Van Johnson. He confessed to Daily Mail Australia in early 2020 that he desires to make every other “final and epic martial arts film” ahead of formally retiring from the biz. “I would like to make one more, one final, big martial arts, epic film. It’s going to be a great film,” he teased. “I want to shoot a piece of it in Australia.”