Hench Fernando Torres works up a sweat and pumps some iron in gym after ex-Chelsea star’s stunning body transformation | The Sun

FERNANDO TORRES has swapped scoring goals for pumping weights since hanging up his boots.

And the former Chelsea and Liverpool striker is now seriously hench.



His incredible muscly physique first caught the eye of fans last year, and the Spaniard has not strayed from the gym in the time since then.

A latest training video of the 2010 World Cup winner posted to Instagram shows he is still more than keeping up with a rigorous fitness regime.

The footage of Torres hard at work in the gym shows him working on his cardio and pumping iron in the same session.

The 38-year-old worked up a sweat on various rowing, cycling and running machines.

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And not to forget his enormous arms, the former superstar striker made sure to curl some bars to work on his hulking biceps.

He also lifted weights above his head as he showed off his bulging muscles.


Torres called time on his playing career just over three years ago, but his stunning body transformation proves he has been keeping himself busy.

Despite all those hours in the gym, Torres still finds the time to coach Atletico Madrid's U19 team.

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Torres retired from football in 2019 after a spell in Japan with Sagan Tosu.

In total the striker scored 262 goals in 767 club appearances.

He also netted 38 times in 106 games for Spain, winning the World Cup as well as the European Championships twice.

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