Sting, 70, reveals his secret to staying young, telling fans, “You can do it.”


Sting, 70, teases his secret to looking young, telling fans, “You can do it.”

STING has revealed his secret to looking young, crediting his good health to the “perpetual crunch.”

Sting turned 70 in October, but he doesn’t look a day older than he did when he first entered the music industry more than 50 years ago.

He does, however, have a secret to his youthful appearance and good health, as he revealed in a recent Tiktok video.

While flaunting his washboard abs, the singer of Message in a Bottle urged his fans to get involved.

Fans should pick up the Sting perpetual crunch, according to his former Police bandmate.

The singer could be seen lying flat on his back, pressing his rockhard abs, in front of his 113,000 followers.

The musician flaunted his abs while demonstrating his incredible fitness abilities.

Sting began to tense the muscles in his taut stomach, dressed in a black t-shirt and jeans.

“Getting my tummy nice and hard,” he said.

“You can do it,” he captioned the post, encouraging his fans to participate in the perpetual crunch challenge.

“Do you like my boots?” the star couldn’t help himself as he performed what some described as a “tantric” routine.

“Don’t crunch so close to me,” a fan joked.

“Sting letting us see him exercise with every breath he takes,” said another.

“He has aged really well,” said a third.

Previously, the veteran rocker claimed that yoga and vanity were the keys to his youthful appearance.

The musician, whose real name is Gordon Sumner, has had a long and illustrious career, with hits such as Roxanne, Every Breath You Take, and Shape Of My Heart among his many accomplishments.

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With over 100 million albums sold worldwide and 17 Grammy Awards and an Ivor Novello Award under his belt, Sting is one of the most successful artists in the world.

He was enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.

The legendary musician made an open admission on BBC’s The One Show last month.

Presenter Ronan Keating questioned the songwriter about his career longevity in the music business.

That being, according to the singer of Every Breath You Take.

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