While production on The Block has been suspended due to coronavirus, host Scott Cam has been working on a renovation of his own.
The 57-year-old Channel Nine host looked surprisingly buff as he showcased his new muscles and slimmer waistline on Instagram last week.
Sharing a photo of himself sitting on a bench press in workout gear, the Gold Logie winner revealed: ‘Training hard in the cave gym during isolation.’
Beers down! The Block’s Scott Cam looked surprisingly buff as he showcased his new muscles and slimmer waistline on Instagram last week (right). Pictured left in 2019
‘Trying to counteract my beer intake,’ he joked.
And the results speak for themselves, with Scott’s followers quick to praise him.
‘Damn, what a muscle body!’ one fan wrote, while another commented: ‘Scotty Cam is getting ripped.’
Health kick: If his Instagram account is anything to go by, the longtime renovation king has been keeping on top of his diet – despite the occasional beer
And if his Instagram account is anything to go by, the longtime renovation king has been keeping on top of his diet - despite the occasional beer.
One recent post showed him cutting up curried sausages, which he was serving up with coconut milk and parsley.
Another showed him grilling healthy flathead fish.
Cheeky! The celebrity carpenter jokingly told Daily Mail Australia in 2014 that he had ‘woken up the size of a doona’ the day he turned 40
Gyms closed? Build your own! Back in March, Scott shared photos of himself finishing off his home gym in preparation for lockdown
Back in March, Scott shared photos of himself finishing off his home gym in preparation for lockdown.
‘Getting some jobs done around the house, if you wanna do the same head to @mitre10, they will have all the gear you need,’ he wrote in the caption.
‘Finished the rubber matting in the cave gym today for the family isolation exercise.’
When he’s not exercising in his ‘cave gym’, Scott has been embarking on long walks with his family.
Self-deprecating: Scott (pictured with Karl Stefanovic) once admitted he was going through a ‘fat stage’ but has since shed the kilos
The celebrity carpenter jokingly told Daily Mail Australia in 2014 that he had ‘woken up the size of a doona’ the day he turned 40.
‘I’ve tried to stay fit and healthy, I don’t mind a beer,’ he said.
‘I’m actually pretty healthy [on set of The Block]. It’s probably because I haven’t got any chips or biscuits in the cupboard like we do at home.
‘As you get old the metabolism slows down and you struggle to keep the weight off.’
Coming soon? Production on The Block had been suspended due to coronavirus in March but resumed earlier this week with additional precautions on site
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