Will Smith Shares Fitness Update Months After Being In 'Worst Shape Of My Life'

Although many among us would count 2020 as the worst and most stressful year they've ever had, it's hard not to admit that there were a lot of times when it was easy to get comfortable in quarantine.

When we're actively discouraged from going anywhere, there are going to be a lot fewer eyes on us. This made it a lot easier to indulge in habits that we normally feel obligated to avoid and so many of can report putting on some weight while we were cooped up and stress eating.

Of course, that level of comfort makes it tough to get back in the saddle when things open back up and that's a struggle that Will Smith knows all too well.

Back in May, Smith made an Instagram post in which he delcared that he was in the "worst shape" of his life.

As he went on to say at the time, "This is the body that carried me through an entire pandemic and countless days grazing thru the pantry. I love this body, but I wanna FEEL better."

So he spent the following months getting used to returning to the gym and rediscovering what it's like to "feel the burn."

And according to Billboard, we'll be able to get a better sense of how that journey has gone through a YouTube documentary series called Best Shape Of My Life that's set to debut in 2022.

But while we don't have a complete picture of his progress yet, it seems that Smith has recently given us a little peek into his journey.

On October 17, he posted a video to Instagram in which he responded to a video that featured a young man aggressively telling us to get up because "Sundays aren't an excuse to rest."

After a moment of filming his stunned reaction to this guy, Smith rockets out of bed.

And as we can see here, Smith's video then cuts to a montage of him working out.

Although these clips don't appear to be in chronological order, even they make it clear that his body has become more toned since he began his fitness journey.

As he wrote in a caption accompanying the video, "And to think Sundays used to be for muffins."

But if there's one thing that's clear from his video, it's that he's making the most of them now.