Nick Jonas likes to go a few rounds of martial arts when he’s working out, but sometimes crushing all those boards can have unintended consequences. He show off the results of his most recent workout on social media… a photo of his injured hand next to a bottle of beer.
Nick is currently on the road in Mexico on the #24kmagicworldtour. But that doesn’t mean he skips exercise. He uses it to unwind.
Unfortunately he carried it a little too far.
“My post show workout was going really well, until…” he wrote in a caption on Instagram.
The former Jonas Brother had just opened for Bruno Mars on Mars’ “24K Magic Tour” in Guadalajara, Mexico before the accieent.
The 25-year-old singer did no explain exactly what happened, although the odds are martial arts was the culprit.
A couple of hours before sharing his injury, he had tweeted: “Guadalajara you knew every word tonight and you were SO loud! Thank you for an incredible last show on the #24kmagicworldtour (sic)”
The “Jumanji” actor revealed recently that he and his brother Joe have a “definite rivalry” when they work out.
However, he insists that it’s friendly competition to give themselves “an extra “push”.
“There’s definitely a rivalry — there’s no question. We just like giving each other that push. That community really helps. It creates a really good energy. So Joe and I are really embracing that gym culture,” he explained.
Nick added that his sibling makes for a good gym buddy as they pursue different goals with their exercise regimes and “excel” in different areas.
“There are areas where Joe really excels and other where I really excel. I just hate cardio and Joe really loves it. He likes to run and do other things like that. For me, I like to push myself with pushing heaving weight and doing that stuff.
“Our gym has a mixed martial arts portion to it. So my ground game is really strong — wrestling, Jiu Jitsu and all that. But Joe’s boxing is really strong. He’s really got great hands and is very quick.
“It’s fun. It’s nice to have that type of balance. A little brotherly competition.”