Coronation Street actor Colson Smith has given fans a rundown of one of his epic lockdown workouts after losing an incredible amount of weight.
The Craig Tinker star took to Instagram to post a video of his routine as he worked up a sweat in his garden.
Beginning with some simple bicep curls, Colson – who fans have joked could give Adele a run for his money with his transformation – then moved on to lifting kettle bells over his head before breaking out into squats.
The determined star then repeated his routine and shared the easy to follow video with his followers.
Colson, 21, was looking super trim in his latest post dressed in a a black shirt and shorts that revealed his toned legs.
The actor has been wowing fans in recent weeks after showing off his impressive new look.
He revealed that the unlikely catalyst for his weight loss was a nasty bout of food poisoning after he ate some seafood on a beach during a holiday to Thailand.
“I had avoided seafood but I was sat on the beach and I was like, ‘How can you not have seafood on the beach?’Well, anyway. I’m not doing that again. I’ve lost about a stone and a half,” he admitted at the start of the year.
After shedding over a stone in just a few weeks through illness, Colson decided to carry on losing the pounds and put himself on a healthy eating regime and started to hit the gym.
He also said that losing weight has made sure he’s in shape for his latest Coronation Street storylines.
Playing police officer Craig, Colson said he didn’t want to be out of breath for chase scenes.
Colson’s Corrie co-stars have been full of admiration for all his hard work.
Andy Whyment, who plays Kirk Sutherland, replied to one of his snaps: “Looking absolutely mega pal well done.”
While fans compared Colson to Adele who has famously shed seven stone recently.
The Hello singer is believed to have taken up the Sirtfood diet that cuts out processed food and drink.
She’s also ditched her habit of drinking ten cups of tea a day – with two spoonfuls of sugar in each .
Adele has reportedly said goodbye to caffeine, alcohol, cigarettes and ‘spicy and tangy’ food.