THE Witcher's Henry Cavill has set pulses racing after looking ripped while training for season two of the Netflix show.
The 37-year-old plays Geralt of Rivia in the fantasy series, and needs to be in peak physical condition for the demanding action sequences.
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Sharing a picture from his training in the Lake District on his Instagram, Henry's muscular shoulders were on display in a blue vest.
Wearing a beanie hat and showing off the pretty countryside around him, he wrote: "Witcher training focuses on three major aspects….speed, explosive power, and fitness. Which can hurt!
"I haven't had the opportunity to run for miles up hill since Gibraltar many years ago! But there is no better place to get back into that groove than the Lake District here at home in the UK.
"This place has just stormed into my top 3 favourite places in the world! Absolutely love it. #LakeDistrict #Witcher2."
Fans immediately commented on how handsome and fit Henry was in the snap, with one writing: "You're so beautiful."
Another besotted fan wrote: "take me with ya bebbe."
While a third commented: "Look at youuuuu! Lookin' all fine and beautiful. Legit can't wait for season 2."
Others were more concerned about the strapping Henry had on his shoulder, with one writing: "I saw that you hurt your shoulder, I hope it is nothing serious. Take care."
Another commented: "Beautiful. Say Mr Cavill, what happened to your left shoulder?"
The Witcher season two's filming was delayed earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic and it is yet to be confirmed when it will premiere on Netflix.
The Witcher season one is available on Netflix now.
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