Ric Flair Shares Working Video, Remains In Great Shape At 73 Years Old

Workout Video

Ric Flair continues to keep up with his fitness after a legendary wrestling career.

Ric Flair is on a short list of the best wrestlers of all-time. He made a career for himself that spanned five decades because of his charisma, personality, athleticism, physique, and overall talent. At 73 years old, The Nature Boy is remaining active in the gym and recently shared a workout video.

Shortly after breaking into professional wrestling, Flair became known for his tenure as WCW Champion. This continued as he made the move to WWE, winning 16 titles including the brand’s first heavyweight title. Flair eventually made moves into management and developed a storyline alongside Vince McMahon.

Ric Flair was inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame on two separate occasions — on his own and with the NWA. Flair joined forces with Kevin Nash and Scott Hall to create the legendary group. Flair enjoyed a long career but has since retired and looks like he is still is great shape at 73 years old.

Ric Flair Workout Video

In the video, you can see Ric Flair go through four different exercises. It is a fast-paced video that gives a glimpse into the workouts that Flair enjoys doing in the gym.

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It began by Flair taking on T-Bar cable rows and performing them rapidly. The champ then moved onto the elliptical cycle. For the final events, Flair moved outdoors and hit sled pushes and Battle Ropes. It is good to see Flair in the gym and performing different workouts after some health complications.

Just a few years ago, Flair underwent heart surgery at 70 years old. The surgery took place in 2019 and was highlighted by some of Flair’s wrestling counterparts from his career. He has since recovered and is now living life to the fullest.

Will Ric Flair make it back to the ring? There is a chance that he might want to compete in some capacity just one more time. Regardless of his future in the ring, it is clear that Flair is interested in staying active in the gym.

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Greg Patuto
Greg has covered the four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites such as Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation, NJ.com, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.