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It's no secret that Terry Crews is ripped af.

His character on Brooklyn Nine-Nine is partly based around how fit the actor is.


What we probably didn't know was that Crews, at 51, will put most of the fitness models you follow on Instagram to absolute shame.

Crews shared a pic of himself post workout via Twitter.

Hold up.

Let's take a closer look.

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Okay.

Fit as heck.

Let's take a look at that other picture...

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Whoah.

Okay.

There are some extra muscles on those muscles there, Mister Crews.





And people were even pointing out his abs look like they might contain an entire second Terry Crews.





Crews maintains a rigorous routine, which includes a different muscle group focus each day of the week.

"I lift weights four times a week, on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday," Crews said to Coach UK.

"Monday is usually legs day, Tuesday is back and Thursday is chest and arms. I know a lot of people do chest and back together, but that's just the way it works for me. Friday's my shoulder day, when I do barbell complexes called 24s. I like using basic exercises and big, powerful movements that work your whole body."





Crews and his muscles continue performing in the acclaimed series Brooklyn Nine-Nine, set to premiere Its seventh season on February 6th, 2020.

You can get the first 6 seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine here.

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