Sterling K. Brown’s Shirtless Selfie Is Helping People Register to Vote. Yes, Really.

Philip Ellis
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Sterling K. Brown’s Shirtless Selfie Is Helping People Register to Vote. Yes, Really.
Sterling K. Brown’s Shirtless Selfie Is Helping People Register to Vote. Yes, Really.

From Prevention

This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown is no stranger to the power of thirst, having shared numerous shirtless selfies to social media over the course of his career. And now he's found a way to turn that untapped natural resource into a force for political change.

The Emmy-winning actor recently took to Twitter to once again show off his swole physique, and teased his followers with the promise of even more flesh-baring content behind a URL... which leads to Vote.org, where U.S. citizens can register to vote ahead of the upcoming presidential election.

This is just the latest example of a celebrity finding a productive use for the internet's at-times excessive horniness. Last month, Captain America star Chris Evans recovered from accidentally dropping a nude on Instagram by tweeting: "Now that I have your attention... VOTE Nov 3rd."

In Brown's case, the photo in question appears to be a throwback; it certainly looks a lot like the shirtless pic he posted to his Instagram from the set of The Predator, in which he showed off his abs.

And what abs they are. Last year, Brown shared with Men's Health the routine that he uses to keep his six-pack shredded, even amidst an increasingly demanding work schedule. The pyramid workout consists of 50 jumping jacks, 40 squats, 30 pushups, 20 butt ups, 10 burpees, and 10 pullups, performed consecutively without rest. It's an intense, grueling process, but it's also over in less than 25 minutes. "It's the best bang for my buck that I get out of all my workouts," he said.

And he plans to keep this level of activity up for a long time. Until he's at least 100, in fact.

"It's easier to maintain a level of fitness than it is to lose it and try to get it back," he said. "You want to do enough that you feel like you've done something, but not so much that you don't wanna do it again tomorrow. So it's not about trying to kill yourself. It's about trying to give yourself the inspiration to continue."

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