Popular Hollywood star Will Smith has again proved that age is just a number. At 53, he has climbed 160 floors to reach the top of the world’s tallest building, `The Burj Khalifa’, in Dubai.
Smith documented the entire adventure in a video to share on YouTube with his fans for his `The Best Shape of My Life’ series. The actor, who has been monitoring and broadcasting his weight loss journey with the world, is an inspiration to many.
The recent video climbing over 2,000 stairs shows him standing outside ‘The Burj Khalifa’ as he tells his fans what he is about to do. The short preview clip shared on his official Instagram handle shows Smith climbing the stairway to the top of the world’s tallest building as his legs almost start to give up.
The ‘Men in Black’ star has been pretty vocal about being healthy and fit and had earlier slammed body shamers by sharing a body positive post with a picture of himself flaunting the ‘best shape of his life’.
Scaling the skyscraper in Dubai was part of his YouTube series which is documenting his weight loss journey. By climbing 2,909 stairs at the age of 53, the actor wowed everyone on and off the Internet and surely sent a strong message on fitness and health.
The actor was accompanied by personal trainer Aaron Ferguson. The video also showed him ascending the 160 floors in 51 minutes.