Brooklyn Beckham has followed in his father’s footsteps by taking on the 22 Push-Up Challenge to raise money for charity.
The 17-year-old was challenged by dad David, who shared his own effortless workout at 44,000 feet.
The retired footballer accepted Guy Ritchie’s nomination for the latest social media craze, #22pushups, which challenges people to do 22 press-ups for 22 days to raise awareness of suicide among military veterans. David, 41, completed his first video in the aisle of an aeroplane.
Brooklyn took up the challenge and wrote: “Thank you for the nomination!! This is me accepting your challenge Dad to honour the 22 Service men that kill themselves daily.”
So my lovely friend Mr Guy Richie the film maker and supreme athlete has nominated me to do 22 press ups consecutively for 22 days ( and by the way his challenge was that I do my first lot at 44,000 feet as he knows I'm travelling) ….This isn't one of his daily routines where he likes to teach u a lesson and beat you, it's for a very good reason… 22 service men kill themselves post conflict… 22 a day, basically 1 an hour. So I am doing what Guy R , Jason S and Charlie H are doing and supporting , respecting and appreciating all the service men and women and their sacrifice … we shine a light to support and help save lives … @guyritchie @justintheroux @brooklynbeckham
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We’re not quite sure who looked more impressive in performing their press-ups. Father or son?
Thank you for the nomination!! This is me accepting your challenge Dad to honour the 22 Service men that kill themselves daily. Now it's your turn to get stuck in chaps..I nominate @mrbobbyrich & @jessejjenkins ðð½
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