Australian CrossFit athlete Khan Porter shared a video of himself dancing to Beyoncé's "Single Ladies" before lifting a whopping 264 pounds right over his head.
"Because both Channing Tatum and I know that real men dance to Beyoncé," Porter wrote beneath the 26-second video.
He went on to write another post, specifically addressing the issue of men's mental health.
"I post a video dancing and it too gets plenty of positive attention, showing a shift in the way society views masculinity or what is acceptable for a man to do or say. But how far does that acceptance go? .. If society can have a good laugh and accept a man dressing up and / or dancing like a woman these days, how hard is it to have a chat to your mates about something like mental illness. Just as its ok for blokes to dance, it's ok for them to battle mentally and emotionally sometimes too."
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It's not only Queen Bey, mind you, who has Porter dancing. The athlete's Instagram page even features a video of him lifting and dancing to Justin Bieber.
In addition the important mental health issues he raised, medical studies show music is a positive source of distraction for athletes, so if you're struggling to push through your workout, try listening to these 15 tracks that will motivate you to get moving.
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