While most A-listers are showing off their garage gyms and home entertainment setups, Jason Momoa's quarantine situation is a touch different. Instead of focusing on his replicating his chest workout, the Aquaman star is spending quality time with his kids, Nakoa-Wolf, 11 and Lola, 12.
Appearing remotely on the Ellen Show, Momoa told De Generes that he's now the unofficial gym teacher.
"I think they're really loving it, I think they're loving having me home, and we're having a great time," he said.
"Thank god they have their teachers, just a bunch of respect... I'm like the P.E. coach. You know what I mean? Like, get your ass outside! You wanna go rock climb, skateboard, that's about it... We've got skateboard ramps, and climbing walls, throwing tomahawks, shooting bow and arrow... we have a little bit of space, so I feel very thankful. It's just nice being home, I'm never home."
Earlier last month, Momoa shared footage of his daughter Lolo taking on the "Mananalu Challenge" – throwing an axe at a target while riding her bike, without breaking a sweat.
"I mean, I like doing the things I love to do... right now I've been doing a lot of just taking it easy on the eating, because I'm a big fan of food, and I can't really get all of the things I like, so I've just been walking around, on my bike, just trying to thin out a little bit. I'm getting a little heavy."
Imagine looking like that while skipping the crunches. If only.
Alex PierottiAlex Pierotti is the Digital Content Editor for Men's Health Australia, with experience reporting on health, fitness and sport. With a Journalism degree from UNSW under his belt, he got his start working in TV, working on the live broadcast of the Intrust Super Shute Shield on 7TWO before making the switch to print and digital at Pacific Magazines.