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No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Spotted Looking Ripped During Intense Workout Session

No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
Source: Coleman-Rayner

Aug. 2 2018, Published 6:29 p.m. ET

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No need for fools to pity Mr. T! The 66-year-old cancer survivor showed he’s still got it, as he channeled his Rocky III character Clubber Lang, and went through an intense workout in his garage in Los Angeles. Check out his extreme exercise routine in this RadarOnline.com gallery.

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No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
Source: Coleman-Rayner

The former A-Team star – real name Lawrence Tureaud – sported sweatpants and a ripped-up white shirt as he worked out in his home.

No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
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A red beanie covered his trademark mohawk.

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No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
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T isn’t afraid to go gray, as evident by his salt-and-pepper beard.

No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
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But where are all of his gold chains?

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No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
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Actually, the born-again Christian stopped wearing virtually all his gold after helping with the cleanup of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, saying it would be insensitive and disrespectful to those who lost everything.

No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
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In 1995, after finding a small malignant tumor on his ear, T was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma.

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No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
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Now cancer-free, he offers advice to those in similarly tough situations.

No Pity, Fools! Mr. T Shows Off During Intense Exercise Program
Source: Coleman-Rayner

“I pity the fool who just gives up,” he told Coping with Cancer magazine. “We all gonna die eventually from something or other, but don’t be a wimp. Put up a good fight.”

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