David Beckham 'not pressured' to stay fit

David Beckham has admitted that doesn't feel under any "pressure" to stay fit and revealed that it is his children that keep him in shape.

David Beckham
David Beckham

David Beckham doesn't feel "pressured" to stay fit.

The 39-year-old former footballer - who has Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 12, nine-year-old Cruz and three-year-old Harper with wife Victoria Beckham - has revealed that his four children are the reason why he stays so in shape all the time.

He said: "I don't feel pressure to stay in shape. I've never felt that kind of pressure because I stay in shape because of my children.

"They help me stay in shape, having four kids running around after them. That helps. But I've never felt the pressure. I just enjoy feeling fit."

Despite not worrying about staying in shape, the dad-of-four admits he is "obsessed" with SoulCycle's spinning studios.

He added: "I'm at SoulCycle a lot. I'm very obsessed.

"It's a workout that I love. It's a workout I enjoy and to be honest since I finished playing there aren't too many workouts that I do enjoy. So when you find one, you stick with it."

However, the H&M underwear model was keen to stress to others that working out isn't just about staying in shape.

He told E! News: "I think it's so important for people to understand that working out is not just about having a great body.

"Working out is about feeling good within yourself and being healthy."

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