Usain Bolt doesn’t want kids anymore – admit fathering twins “isn’t as much fun as they say”.
The eight-time Olympic gold medalist, 35, has revealed he does not feel “out of shape” and that exercising has become “difficult” now that he is four years away from retirement.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Usain, who is the father of one and six month old twins Olympia Lightning, Thunder and Saint Leo, confirmed that he is “done” when it comes to having more. babies because her hands are full. .
‘I don’t want them now’: Usain Bolt doesn’t want any more kids – admitting fathering twins ‘isn’t as fun as they say’ (photo from December)
He said, ‘It’s me, I’m done – I don’t want it now. Being a dad keeps me busy, but I wouldn’t say in good shape. It keeps me busy and my hands are always full.
“Having twins is not as fun as it is said! I think when they get older but when they are young not so much. I can’t wait to see them grow up.
“I had my first child locked out, it was good because I spent a lot of quality time and helped out and it was my first experience being a dad, so it was cool. “
The father-of-three, who has a long-term relationship with partner Kasi Bennett, 31, confessed his New Year’s resolution was to restore his fitness to Olympic level.
‘I have to resume training’: eight-time Olympic gold medalist revealed he did not feel ‘out of shape’ and exercise had become ‘difficult’ now that he was four years away from retirement (photo from 2017)
“My hands are full”: Usain, who is the father of Olympia Lightning (pictured), and six-month-old twins Thunder and Saint Leo, confirmed he was “done” when it came to having d ‘other babies
He added: “I try to stay in shape, but it’s not as easy because you are not as motivated as you used to be on the track and in competition, but I still try to train to from time to time.
“I was just talking to my best friend and telling him that I really need to get back into a training regimen because I feel like I’m really losing shape now and it’s coming Christmas and New Years so I “I will definitely invest time in training.
“I’m not terrible, I’m not bad – the level I’m used to, I have to get as close as possible.
“It’s going to be tough, but it’s something my body and mind are used to, so it will come easily as long as I put the work into it, it won’t be as hard… every exercise is hard, no matter what. routine.
“I try to stay in shape but it’s not easy”: Usain, who has a long-term relationship with partner Kasi Bennett (pictured), confessed his New Year’s resolution was to get back in shape at olympic level
“For me at home I have a personal trainer so I work with them and I have a peloton that I use and when I’m on the road I usually bring a jump rope and do some jumping. cardio in my room, I do sit-ups and stuff like that, it all depends on where I am in the world. ‘
The Jamaican sprinter is no stranger to the party – and has previously been pictured stepping out of nightclubs after celebrating his world record for Olympic success.
Although he now has three children under the age of two, Usain says he always finds time to relax – while his mother helps care for his young family.
He said: “I don’t party as much as I usually do, but I go out anyway, especially if I’m traveling, I go out and maybe spend an evening because they are young…
“I think the older they get the more we can leave them with their grandmother, but at the moment they’re still young, so I have to be there to help them.
“Grandparents actually love their grandchildren more than they live their children, I have noticed that because my mother calls and she immediately says ‘oh my grandchildren’ and she asks about them , then she’ll say goodbye and I’ll be like ‘I’m fine too, thanks for asking.’
Close: Despite now having three children under the age of two, Usain says he always finds time to let go – while his mother (pictured) helps care for his young family
He is the fasting man who has always lived and has an endless list of accomplishments under his belt, winning the Olympic 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay races three times in a row in his career.
How does an Olympian of Bolt’s stature continue to question himself? Usain admits that he always strives for perfection in everything he does – and right now it’s being a dad and becoming a successful music producer.
He said: “It’s really difficult, but I started music and it’s a new challenge for me. I have a family now, so it’s a challenge for me.
“There are things that still fill my time, I do a lot of charity work, I still work with a lot of my sponsors and Virgin Media, and I always have things to occupy my time. I am still making, building and moving forward. For me, I will always be my biggest critic because I always want to be the best and do great things.
“I thought about playing the part but I don’t think it was for me. I’m more into music and started producing music, what I wanted to do for myself was directing. that’s taking my life right now. I released a Country Yutes album. I did the intro so you could hear my voice there, but I produced the album. ”
“I’m my biggest critic”: Usain admits he always strives for perfection in everything he does – and right now it’s being a dad and becoming a successful music producer (pictured in 2016)
Usain, who has a long-standing relationship with Virgin Media, surprised mega fan Alex Jianroran last week by giving him an online gaming challenge with a twist, appearing as a 4K hologram, making it look like he was in the same room.
The hologram technology was powered by Virgin Media O2’s gigabit broadband speeds, which were recently rolled out across the UK’s 15.5 million home network.
Usain explained, “I’m here with Virgin Media – I was just playing a few games with one of my super fans. We are promoting the new broadband they are offering in the UK now and they are excited about it.
“We’ve been working together for about eight years and we’ve shot so many great commercials, it’s been wonderful and a great time and I can’t wait to continue working with them.
“They also have a hologram, which is pretty cool, so we just tested broadband and showed the world it’s ready to go.”
- Usain Bolt appeared as a 4k hologram to celebrate the completion of Virgin Media’s gigabit broadband rollout across its network of over 15.5 million homes across the UK
Tech: Usain surprised fan Alex Jianroran (pictured) last week by taking on him in an online gaming challenge with a twist, appearing as a 4K hologram