This adorable Jamaican kid will motivate you to exercise like nothing else

This may just be the greatest workout speech of all time.

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  • This video was released a few weeks ago by 9-year-old Demarjay Smith.

  • Known by many as the young Jamaican trainer, Demarjay became an internet sensation last September when his dad posted a video of him, then eight, leading a brief workout session with his friends. The video showcased Demarjay's dynamite personality and his over-the-top passion for fitness. It now has over a million views on YouTube.

  • The young Jamaican trainer gained additional popularity after he was featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he met and raced his idol, fellow Jamaican and Olympian Usain Bolt.

  • I love you soo much @theellenshow

    A photo posted by Demarjay Smith (@jamaicanfitnesstrainer) on

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  • Ellen's video of little Demarjay racing Bolt instantly went viral, helping to further propel the young boy into internet stardom.

  • All the best to my friend @usainbolt i am not there to beat you so those races should be easy 😊

    A photo posted by Demarjay Smith (@jamaicanfitnesstrainer) on

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  • Demarjay has since continued to make motivational videos and inspire many with his personal mantra of "Strength no weakness!" He was even able to attend the 2016 NBA All-Star Game as a gift from Ellen after making a return appearance on the hostess's show.

  • #Tb with Drake this was a great feeling @champagnepapi

    A photo posted by Demarjay Smith (@jamaicanfitnesstrainer) on

  • Follow Demarjay on social media to see more of his videos.

  • Facebook: @youngtrainer711

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  • YouTube: Demarjay Smith

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Alex recently graduated with a degree in public relations and is now working as an intern helping to produce content for Apart from writing, he enjoys sports, backpacking and spending time with his amazing family.

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