Al Roker is letting everyone know that nothing is going to slow him down.
The broadcaster, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer last year, has been sharing snapshots of active life on social media.
Roker took to Instagram on Monday, July 19, to tell fans about his vigorous fitness routine.
The video sees the 66-year-old star catching his breath after an intense cardio session.
“This morning, I had the day off and enjoyed getting out into @centralparknyc and get this morning’s interval training,” he wrote in the caption.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, Roker celebrated his son Nick’s 19th birthday.
The “Today” star honoured the special occasion in a heartfelt post.
“One of the best days in our lives is July 18th,” he wrote, while sharing an adorable photo of his son as a baby. “That’s when @nick.roker155 came into our world. Here’s just a few of those days.”
The family celebrated Nick’s big day by going to see the Yankees play for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
Roker revealed in November that he had been diagnosed with an aggressive form of prostate cancer.
The weather forecaster had surgery on Nov. 9. By January, his prostate-specific antigen levels had gone from 7 down to .05.
“That’s considered undetectable,” he said in an interview with People. “Every six months I’ll get blood work and that’ll be for the next five years.”