Tyson Fury Proves His Fitness Levels Are Through The Roof After 11-Kilometre Wheelchair Race
Tyson Fury is no stranger to implementing obscure methods into his training regime to go above and beyond.
Only this time, he's gone one step further.
The 'Gypsy King' took part in an 11-kilometre wheelchair race over the weekend proving once again that his new-found fitness mindset is still alive and kicking.
Showing up in his hometown of Morecombe in the UK, Fury joined fans and close friends in racing along the coast in a gruelling wheelchair competition for charity.
Seeing the 6 foot 8 inch Fury fly down the streets of the seaside English town on a tiny wheelchair brought a smile to the faces of the hundreds who had turned up to watch - although the heavyweight champ insists it wasn't an easy feat.
"One of the hardest workouts I've ever done," Tyson said on Instagram.
"7 miles in a wheelchair. It was mega hard."
The 32-year-old is set to lock horns for a third time with former champ Deontay Wilder in what's shaping up to be one of the biggest bouts in boxing history.
The duo are signed to a trilogy fight in December, but with the coronavirus pandemic continuing to plague live sports events around the globe that blockbuster show could very well be postponed.
With that being said, it's clear Tyson is using this time of uncertainty to maintain his insane fitness levels.
And while Alabama-born Wilder is undoubtedly doing the same, we're still yet to see him go as far as Fury has with his extreme methods.
An 11-kilometre run is impressive. But clocking up that distance on four small, rubber wheels is just crazy.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram / Tyson Fury
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