Will Smith Bravely Climbs World’s Tallest Building Burj Khalifa In New YouTube Series

by Shrestha Purkayastha
by Shrestha Purkayastha 404

The American actor, rapper and film producer Will Smith’s latest YouTube originals Best Shape of My Life is jam-packed with inspiration, bizarre and exposed moments. The iRobot star filmed the series earlier this year. He proposed on a mission to lose 20 pounds (9 kilograms) in 20 weeks, after putting on weight during this pandemic. For all that, the trailer had revealed the series ended up moulding into more of a mental journey. With Smith making a number of private disclosures, including the fact he once asked for suicide.

Possibly, the most noticeable piece of the two debut episodes broadcasted on Monday was his climb to the top of the Burj Khalifa. The structure stands at 2,722ft and is 160 floors. Making it the tallest building in the world. In episode two, My Secret Shame, the 53-year-old encircled it as his aim to make it to the peak after a disappointing start to his weight loss and book-writing journey. When he was entirely out of the skyscraper he stretched out both his arms and inhaled the view with a big smile on his face.

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Will Shared The Deep-Rooted Mark Of His Father In His Life

The episode started with the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum reading a chapter of his forthcoming autobiography. In which he remembers his childhood with his militant father Willard Carroll Smith, Sr. He shared the symbolism of his father in his life, while describing his parent. Smith further shared in the written work that he grew up with a double-edged gift of discipline. He delivered an episode about the time he was 11-years-old. About his father enlisting him and his brother to construct a new wall at the front of his shop. After nearly a year the brothers were proud to have finished the challenging task. In addition, highlights perseverance as their learning.

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The 53-Year-Old Comedian Expressed The Admirable Alliance Between Dubai And His personality

Now, as the ambitions seemed frightening, he thought back to the lesson he incurred as a child. Following two weeks of working with a trainer Will strictly pledged that he’ll make up for the better. The performer’s remedy was to fly to Dubai. That is, twelve hours away from his home in Los Angeles. Will conveyed the relationship between Dubai and his personality. He believes the city of records aptly describes how he perceives the world. His dramatic question- ‘If you’re gonna build a building, are you really not gonna try to build the Burj Khalifa?’ thoughtfully moved millions. He designed his line of thinking by determining that he’ll anyhow get his mind and body in the best shape possible.

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The Actor Made It To The Highest Point That A Human Being Can Be In A Man-Made Structure

The star walked up the 100+ floors as his cardio workout on the day he summited the erection. In the footage, Will got sweaty and tired as he faked ahead. On reaching the 160th floor, he realized there was more he could achieve. Although he’d gotten to the highest indoor level, he learned he could go even higher, to the very tip of the building. Strapped into a harness and a helmet, the ‘I Am Legend’ actor climbed a ladder to enter the tower. The individual highest point that a human being can be in a man-made structure on Earth. Drone footage showed the Hollywood hunk emerging triumphantly from the building’s cap. When he was fully out of the edifice he stretched out both his arms and took in the view with a big smile on his face.

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Shredding 20 Pounds In 20 Weeks And An Autobiography In 20 Years Is What Smith Has Envisioned

Smith had previously uploaded a shocking photo on Instagram that went viral. It showed the longtime entertainer in the worst shape of his life. And, that’s exactly what provoked him to create the YouTube series Best Shape of My Life. Furthermore, he set two goals. To lose 20 pounds in 20 weeks. Also, to finish writing his autobiography in 20 years. Well, what’s also true is, the bad shape had come into existence for a reason. His role as Venus and Serena William’s father in the movie King Richard called for him to pack on pounds. Yet the basic weight enraged due to pandemic in March 2020. Interestingly, now he’s all set to unveil his ups and downs in life. The heartfelt series exhibits intimate real-life scenes. For, the writer and producer struggle through bad days and laughs through light-hearted moments.

Go and treat your eyes with some energetic and exhilarating lessons, Now!

 

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