He recently wowed fans after showing off his incredible knitting masterpieces.
But Tom Daley has now been in awe of his impressive pear-tree skills as he proudly shared a clip of his workout on his Instagram page on Thursday.
The 26-year-old Olympic diver could be seen performing a series of complicated gymnastic ‘pear press’ maneuvers – that is, when a pear tree is thrown from a standing or sitting position .
Impressive! Tom Daley was in awe of his handstand skills and flexibility as he proudly shared a clip of his workout on his Instagram page on Thursday
He showed his flexibility and physical strength by effortlessly swinging his legs and body in the air to perfect poses, including the pike press, folded press, split press, and saddle press.
The TV personality also flaunted his washboard abs and toned physique as he performed the intricate exercises in tight black pants.
Along with the awesome video he wrote: “TUCK, PIKE, STRADDLE OR SPLIT ?! WHICH PRESS IS THE BEST ?!
“I’m just practicing pear tree press exercises!” Comment your favorite below #handstand #gymnastics #diving #diver ‘
Challenging: The Olympic diver, 26, could be seen doing delicate gymnastic maneuvers of a ‘pear press’ – that is, when a pear tree is thrown from a standing or sitting position
Streams of Tom’s two million Instagram followers expressed longing for his strength and sang his praises after watching the short video.
One fan humorously wrote, “I can barely stand that well with my feet lol. So incredible!’
While others wrote: “You make them all easy! “
But other fans were distracted by the diver’s muscular figure and quickly commented that he looked “amazing” while practicing his pear trees.
An enthusiastic fan wrote: “… I squint watching this!”
Gymnastics: He showed his strength by effortlessly swinging his legs in the air to perfect his poses, including the pike press, folded press (right), split press, and saddle press (left)
Toned physique: The TV personality also flaunted his washboard abs and muscular figure as he performed the complex exercises in tight black pants
While another tried to choose his favorite move saying, “Hmm … either tuck or on horseback … not that I can do it, but you are beautiful” (sic)
The diver has kept himself busy amid the coronavirus pandemic, as he also posted his impressive knitting designs on a new Instagram page.
He took to his Instagram stories last month to reveal that he had crocheted his own pair of swimsuits.
Tom shared a variety of snaps of himself wearing the swimsuits over a swimming pool, which were navy blue with yellow stripes.
Along with the post he wrote: “I finally made crochet shorts!”
Creative: Tom kept himself busy amid the coronavirus pandemic, as he displayed his impressive knitting designs on a new Instagram page
He added: “I couldn’t help but share these trunks I made. This is my first attempt at crochet boxer shorts and I’m sure I’ll improve myself.
It recently emerged that Tom had started showing off his colorful designs on a new Instagram account, suggesting he might turn it into a business venture.
The @madewithlovebytomdaley account also shows off pink baby booties and the toddler’s blue pom-pom beanie. But it’s unclear whether fans will be able to purchase his designs.
The two-time Olympic bronze medalist began knitting to help him relax during the lockdown.
Tom previously said: “Worrying about when things might get back to normal can be exhausting.
“My happy place is now on the couch with knitting needles. “
But he admitted that her screenwriter husband Dustin Lance Black, 46, joked that being with him was like being married to a grandmother.
Tom married Dustin in 2017 after two years of dating, and they are parents to two-year-old son Robbie, born to a surrogate mother.
He discussed “coming out” in a new book by Andrew Gelwicks, The Queer Advantage: Conversations with LGBTQ + Leaders on the Power of Identity.
The athlete revealed her sexuality in a YouTube video in 2013, calling it “one of the scariest things to do,” in an excerpt from the book, shared by Charm.
Family: Tom married Dustin Lance Black in 2017 after a two-year relationship, and they are parents to two-year-old son Robbie, born to surrogate (above, the toddler with the Olympic diver)
When asked if he felt like the best heterosexual athletes treated him like an equal, Tom said he didn’t feel any differential treatment, but felt like one of the most fortunate.
But he admitted that “growing up as a queer person” had been “difficult”.
He said, “You are always told that you are different and that you are less than. This automatically puts you on the back foot and you have to work even harder to prove yourself.
“These challenges and obstacles are what shaped me as an athlete.
Tom added that when you “have to work harder” when you are seen as a “foreigner”.
Diving: Tom said “growing up as a queer person” has been “difficult,” adding that when you “have to work harder” when you’re seen as a “foreigner” (pictured with Grace Reid in July 2019)