Sting gave fans a sneak peek into his daily routine and showed off the secret to his flat stomach with his new exercise, called the ‘Continuous Crunch’ on TikTok.
The Message in a Bottle hitmaker, 70, lay on his back and said ‘Getting my tummy nice and hard’ while showing off his incredible fitness.
Urging his fans to take up the Sting Perpetual Crunch Challenge, he wrote: ‘You can do it.’
Wow: Sting gave fans a sneak peek into his daily routine and showed off the secret to his flat stomach with his new exercise, called the ‘Continuous Crunch’ on TikTok.
The star was seen wearing a black tee and jeans in the video, and he couldn’t resist asking his followers: ‘Do you like my shoes?’ As he performed what some suggested was a ‘tantrik’ routine.
One fan joked: ‘Sting lets us watch him exercise with every breath.’
Another said: ‘Don’t crunch so close to me.’
Sting has previously stated that vanity and a little discipline have kept her in shape over the years and she has been known to practice Ashtanga yoga.
Toned: The Message in a Bottle Hitmaker, 70, lay on his back and said ‘get my tummy good and hard’ while showing off his incredible fitness.
The Workout: The star was seen wearing a black T-shirt and jeans in the video, and he couldn’t resist asking his followers: ‘Do you like my shoes?’ As he demonstrated, some suggested that it was a ‘tantrik’ routine.
It comes as Sting is reportedly in advanced talks to sell off their extensive song catalog for a hefty sum of £210 million ($250 million).
According to Diversity, the deal is said to have been ‘on the go for several months’, with Universal Music Publishing currently leading.
The publication states that although Universal is leading the charge, Sting’s back catalog may well remain at Sony Music Publishing, where it currently is.
Sell? This comes as Sting is reportedly in advanced talks to sell its extensive song catalog for a whopping sum of £210 million ($250 million) – (pictured in 2019)
While a source is said to have told Variety that “a portion of the record-music rights to Sting’s solo material is included in the deal”, however, they were unable to clarify at the time.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Sting, Universal Music Publishing and Sony Music for comment.
The musician – real name Gordon Sumner – has had an illustrious 50-year career and boasts an impressive catalog with hits including Roxanne, Every Breath You Take and Shape of My Heart.
Sting is one of the most successful artists in the world, with over 100 million albums sold worldwide, while receiving 17 Grammy Awards as well as an Ivor Novello Award.
In 2003, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame while releasing five studio albums with the Police and his 14th solo studio album, The Bridge, due out Friday.
The alleged deal with Sting came seven months after Paul Simon sold his entire music collection in a deal with Sony Music Publishing.
The 80-year-old rocker’s deal covers more than six decades of Simone & Garfunkel’s music, from bridge over troubled water to solo tracks like 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover.
The value of the deal has not been disclosed, with Simon saying he was ‘delighted’ to have Sony as ‘the custodian of my songs for decades to come’.
He continued: ‘I started my career at Columbia/Sony Records and working with the publishing side also seems like a natural extension.’
Starr’s back catalog includes singles hits and songs from her partnership with Art Garfunkel, including The Sound of Silence, The Boxer, Mrs Robinson, You Can Call Me Al and Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard.
Paul joins a long list of music artists who have handed over their publishing rights to record companies.
In January this year, Neil Young sold 50% of his catalog to the Hypnosis Songs fund for approximately $150m (£109m).
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