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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez show off their quarantine workout skills

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez show off their quarantine workout skills

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez got in a little late-night workout that A-Rod shared on his Instagram story.

The 50-year-old Lopez and 44-year-old Rodriguez were both seen working out with dumbbells in their home gym on Monday night.

Their workout session comes just hours after Variety reported the power couple has retained JPMorgan Chase to raise funds in a bid to purchase the New York Mets.

Lopez was wearing leggings and a sports bra from her collection of activewear in collaboration with fashion designer Niyama Sol.

She was seen curling two 15-pound dumbbells while sitting on a bench as Rodriguez added, 'Fire fire fire' while she worked out.

Rodriguez also shared a video of his workout, lifting two 20-pound dumbbells while wearing a white shirt, black pants and multi-coloured sneakers.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez show off their quarantine workout skills
While neither Lopez nor Rodriguez has commented on the report that they're gearing up to put in a bid to purchase the New York Mets.

The couple's combined net worth is reportedly around $700 million, with the Variety report claiming they would be part of a group lead by other investors who would complete the purchase.

The potential deal is said to be compared to Rodriguez's former New York Yankees teammate Derek Jeter, who contributed $25 million to the $1.2 billion sales of the Miami Marlins and now owns 4% of the team and also runs business and baseball operations for the team.

If Lopez and Rodriguez do ultimately become owners of the New York Mets, it would return them to their New York roots.

Lopez grew up in The Bronx, where the New York Yankees play, and Rodriguez grew up in the Washington Heights neighbourhood of Manhattan.

After playing for the Seattle Mariners and the Texas Rangers (where he signed a 10-year $252 million contract that was the richest in baseball history at the time), he played for the New York Yankees from 2004 until he retired in 2016.
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