Katie Price won't let having two broken feet stop her working out - even though most of us would see that as a great excuse to skip the gym.
Rather than running on the treadmill or hitting the elliptical, Katie has been pumping iron during her visit today.
Accompanied by boyfriend Carl Woods, the former glamour model slipped into some skin-tight leggings - and her plastic boots - to work up a sweat.
The mum-of-five, 42, was filmed working out her arms alongside Carl, 31.
Of course, going to the gym is no excuse to not look glamorous, and Katie was her usual model self.
Katie drew attention to her flat tummy and enviable pins in her tight black leggings and let her long blonde hair hang loose around her shoulders as she worked up a sweat.
"Couples that train together," she captioned a clip of Carl lifting weights.
Katie, who broke her her feet in an accident on her holiday to Turkey, has been warned that it could be as long as two years before she's able to properly walk again.
She has to stay off her feet while they heal, and doctors say her muscles will atrophy so much that she'll need to learn to walk all over again.
Despite all her setbacks, Katie is determined to be back on her feet as soon as possible.
Insiders recently told Mirror Online that Katie is squeezing in every spare moment she has in a bid to get walking as quickly as she can.
A source said: "She is doing her exercises morning, noon and night, any chance she gets, including any time spent in the car.
"It's a great time to do it because with the risk of DVT, it's key that she keeps her legs elevated and moving.
"Although she's immobile she needs to keep mobile as much as possible - she's determined to get back on her feet as quickly as she can."
Her representative added: "Katie is being amazing with her efforts and determination to ensure those famous pins of hers stay in top shape."
Katie has been using a wheelchair and a mobility scooter to get around ever since her accident.
She broke her feet after jumping over a small wall, not realising there was a 25ft drop on the other side.
She had to have a six-hour operation to repair the damage, with surgeons inserting metal plates into her feet.