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LOOK: Richard Yap strips and shows off his hot dad bod at 50

/ 07:17 PM February 14, 2018

At 50-years-old, Richard Yap proved that men can beat the notion of the usual fat-bellied “dad bod.”

The “Sana Dalawa Ang Puso” leading man turned heads in a video where he showed off his physique while backstage for an appearance in a noontime show. He jokingly wrote “wala [nang] itatago” on his Instagram post on Saturday.

BTS during our ASAP guesting, wala ng itatago 😂🤣 #sanadalawaangpuso

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A post shared by Richard Yap (@iamrichardyap) on

Followers of the actor could not help but go wild in their comments, at the same time giving praises to the actor for being their “fitspiration.”

Image: Screengrab from Instagram/@iamrichardyap

Image: Screengrab from Instagram/@iamrichardyap

Image: Screengrab from Instagram/@iamrichardyap

One follower even said that seeing Yap’s video made her feel full for the morning.

Image: Screengrab from Instagram/@iamrichardyap

But Yap is no stranger when it comes to working hard to get the body that he wanted, as seen in his previous photos, where he is shown training himself to be in his best shape.

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At one point, he even showed off how flexible he was, trying his hands on gymnastics.

In a post dating back to January, Yap proved that “Age is but a number” as he successfully climbed his way up by holding on to a rope.

Looking good, Richard! JB

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