While many have struggled to keep up their exercise routines while in lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, that’s certainly not the case for Dave Hughes.
On Wednesday, the 49-year-old radio presenter was spotted leaving Chris Judd’s home in Melbourne after enjoying a friendly game of tennis with the retired AFL star.
Dave, who co-hosts Hughesy and Ed on the Hit Network, showed off his rugged lockdown look as he left the property following his workout.
That’s an ace! Comedian Dave Hughes was spotted leaving the Melbourne home of retired AFL player Chris Judd on Wednesday after a friendly game of tennis
He was dressed casually in a black striped T-shirt with Nike shorts and blue sneakers.
To fight off the chill, Dave sported a grey hoodie and was also seen carrying a tennis racket.
The comedian looked quite rugged as he showed off a growing beard and a disheveled hairdo.
Let’s get physical: The 49-year-old radio presenter looked quite rugged as he showed off a growing beard and a disheveled hairdo
Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald in April, Dave revealed he had been keeping fit in lockdown by ‘skipping rope’.
‘I put the AirPods in and I’ve found I’m a very good skipper. I can skip for half an hour without missing a beat,’ he said.
He added that his family had been watching ‘old movies’ together to pass the time.
Family of five: Dave and his wife, journalist Holly Ife, share three children, Tess, seven, Sadie, nine, and Rafferty, 10
‘We’re also watching a lot of old movies with the kids, such as The Truman Show and Jurassic Park,’ he said.
‘I’ve got a seven-year-old, a nine-year-old and a 10-year-old and I’m loving educating them about old movies.’
Dave and his wife, journalist Holly Ife, share three children, Tess, seven, Sadie, nine, and Rafferty, 10.
Routine: Dave (pictured with wife Holly) has been keeping fit in lockdown by ‘skipping rope’