Lenny Kravitz, 57, shows off toned abs in unbuttoned shirt: ‘Building a deck’

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Lenny Kravitz, 57, shows off toned abs in unbuttoned shirt: ‘Building a deck’
Lenny Kravitz, 57, shows off toned abs in unbuttoned shirt: ‘Building a deck’

Lenny Kravitz is getting his hands dirty while giving body.

On Wednesday, the 57-year-old musician and actor shared several photos of himself showing off his incredible abs in an unbuttoned shirt as he walked barefoot holding an axe. In a second photo, he can be seen using a jackhammer.

"Wednesday. 2:55pm. Building a deck," Kravitz captioned the photo.

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Celebrity friends and fans could not contain their awe as they flooded his comment section. Even his daughter, Zoe Kravitz, whom he shares with ex-wife Lisa Bonet, got in on the action.

"You auditioning for M[agic] M[ike]3?" she wondered.

"I’ve been ready!" he responded.

"Oh s**t!! Doing the lords work i see!! Will be calling you shortly to get into your schedule my friend. Hehehe," Channing Tatum wrote.

"Only Lenny can dress like he’s at the beach to build a deck lol," a fan said.

"Are those abs real? Good grief," someone continued.

Kravitz has been open about how he maintains his amazing body, including the fact that he is vegan and mostly eats the food he grows at his home in the Bahamas.

“A great blessing of living here in the Bahamas is that I get to grow my own food...I’m very careful about what I put into my body and how I take care of my body. It’s a combination of eating all these things and working out and keeping my muscles and my joints in shape, so that I can do what I do. I’d rather be outside and in nature than being cooped up inside a gym,” he explained in an interview with Men's Health last October.

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In a September interview with Vanity Fair, he revealed that not only does he rely on the Bahamian lifestyle for his food, but he also takes advantage of what the island has to offer for what he puts on his body, which has helped him look practically ageless.

"I wash my face with water, truthfully," he admitted. "When I’m here, I scrub it with the sand from the ocean because it’s very fine and powdery. I use coconut oil on my body, shea butter, cocoa butter, all organic. I use Dr. Bronner’s almond soap. I wash my body with it, I wash my hair with it, and I wash my clothes with it. It’s a really simple island routine, but I carry that wherever I go. And of course, whatever fragrance or oils, but it’s really that simple."

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