Andrew 'Beef' Johnston might be better known for his admiration of burgers and beers, but it was all about barbells and big balls for him on Thursday.
Johnston, 28, posted a series of videos on his Instagram page of him doing a number of sprints, as well as lifting barbells and kettebells and 60-pound medicine balls.
Here's a selection of the best snaps...
WATCH: GOLFMAGIC'S 30-DAY FITNESS CHALLENGE
Gary Player, 81, a gym fanatic himself, was particularly pleased with Beef's work in the gym.
"I just saw @BeefGolf working out on Instagram and it made my day," tweeted Player.
Beef replied: "Oh yeah, I'm deceiving haha."
Johnston, 28, lost his PGA Tour card last week following a disappointing run of form that has seen him drop from 74th to 118th in the world. His sole top-10 finish of the PGA Tour season came at the Puerto Rico Open.
The Englishman was forced to withdraw from the US PGA Championship with a shoulder injury that prevented him for making inroads into the automatic top 125 spots to retain cards on the PGA Tour.
RELATED: BEEF CALLS RADIO PRESENTED A "D***HEAD" AFTER BEING LABELLED A "CLOWN"
As a result of his performances this season, the Englishman has since declared he will be returning to European soil in 2018.
“You realise the PGA Tour is a tough tour as there are so many good players,” said Johnston.
“It is like Europe as well, but the courses vary and are completely different, so it is tough coming and learning that.”