Scott Brown Sure Posts a Lot of Photos of Himself Working Out

See Scott. See Scott run. See Scott bike. See Scott hike. Hike Scott, hike.

Scott Brown/Instagram

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“Nothing like starting off the morning with a triathlon,” tweeted former Sen. Scott Brown on August 10th.

Again.

The Massachusetts transplant is gearing up for his campaign against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) this fall by literally running for office. He’s also biking. And swimming. And hiking. And taking jump shots. If it’s a weekend, you can expect to find the Republican candidate tweeting a photo of his latest feat of strength. Things might not work out for Brown in November, but Brown will almost certainly work out.

Climbing Mount Washington:

Londonderry 5K

Atkinson Triathlon:

Pan-Mass Challenge:

Capital City Triathlon:

Greater Nashua Triathlon:

Lobster Tail 5k:

Portsmouth 5k:

Color Me Rad 5k:

(with video)

Bedford 5k:

Rescue Run 5k:

Scott Brown residence:

Shootin’ hoops:

And an Instagram flashback to an earlier episode of Scott Brown Is Working Out:

Scott Brown/Instagram

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