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SAS Australia’s Jackson Warne shows off his buff physique after leaving the gym in Melbourne

SAS Australia’s Jackson Warne wears a face mask and shows off his trendy new haircut as he leaves the gym in Melbourne

Jackson Warne and his SAS Australia co-stars were certainly put through their paces on the gruelling Channel Seven show.

And on Thursday, the 21-year-old son of Shane Warne proved he’s still keeping up his fitness routine as he went for a workout in Melbourne.

Jackson looked buff and showed off his trendy new haircut as he left a gym with a friend.

Keeping fit: On Thursday, Shane Warne’s son Jackson showed off his buff physique as he left the gym in Melbourne, after his stint on Channel Seven’s SAS Australia

Jackson beat the Melbourne chill by wearing a beige Nike jacket, which he teamed with cropped black trackpants. 

He completed his look with a pair of grey and white Adidas sneakers, and carried a black and yellow gym bag.

Jackson kept COVID-safe in a face mask and socially distanced from his gym buddy. 

New fade: Jackson showed off his stylish new hairdo, featuring a fade design on the side

New fade: Jackson showed off his stylish new hairdo, featuring a fade design on the side

Safety: Jackson kept COVID-safe in a face mask and socially distanced from his gym buddy

Safety: Jackson kept COVID-safe in a face mask and socially distanced from his gym buddy

Casual: Jackson beat the Melbourne chill by wearing a beige Nike jacket, which he teamed with cropped black trackpants

Outfit: He completed his look with a pair of grey and white Adidas sneakers, and carried a black and yellow gym bag

Casual: Jackson beat the Melbourne chill by wearing a beige Nike jacket, which he teamed with cropped black trackpants

It comes after Jackson recently spoke to Daily Mail about his stint on SAS Australia, which was filmed in the NSW Snowy Mountains earlier this year.

He said that out of all the recruits, comedian and radio host Merrick Watts was the one who impressed him the most with his determination and leadership skills.

‘Someone who I’d say really impressed me was probably Merrick,’ Jackson said.

‘He’s 46 and so far out of his comfort zone, and for him to constantly support everyone, take control, give advice or be someone to speak to, look up to, to chat to, he was always there.’

Jackson added that not only did Merrick provide emotional support for the team, but he also pulled his weight during the physical challenges. 

‘He was always at the front in all the physical parts as well and super switched on when it came to the guns and military-style tasks,’ Jackson said.

Revealing all: It comes after Jackson recently spoke to Daily Mail about his stint on SAS Australia. He said that out of all the recruits, comedian and radio host Merrick Watts was the one who impressed him the most with his determination and leadership skills

Revealing all: It comes after Jackson recently spoke to Daily Mail about his stint on SAS Australia. He said that out of all the recruits, comedian and radio host Merrick Watts was the one who impressed him the most with his determination and leadership skills

He also spoke about the show’s villain, Firass Dirani, saying the actor wasn’t as bad as some viewers might think.

In fact, he said he was ‘good mates’ with the Underbelly star, adding that Firass helped him out on several occasions – but these moments weren’t shown on TV.  

‘I’m getting along really well with Firass,’ Jackson explained.

‘On the course, we were pretty good mates, he helped me pack my bag. When we were chatting he was fine, we got to know each other really well.’

He added: ‘He helped motivate me, helped keep me warm when I was wet. But I can see why people get frustrated.’

Firass has been portrayed as the troublemaker on SAS Australia, with his bratty behaviour often resulting in group punishments.

SAS Australia continues Monday from 7:30pm on Channel Seven

'He was always there': Jackson added that not only did Merrick provide emotional support for the team, but he also pulled his weight during the physical challenges

‘He was always there’: Jackson added that not only did Merrick provide emotional support for the team, but he also pulled his weight during the physical challenges

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