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Arnold Schwarzenegger keeps the ‘VOTE’ face mask trend going as he takes bike ride in Santa Monica

Arnold Schwarzenegger keeps the ‘VOTE’ face mask trend going as he takes bike ride in Santa Monica… after recovering from second heart surgery

Arnold Schwarzenegger recently recovered from undergoing his second heart surgery in two years.

And the former governor of California isn’t letting it slow him down, as he’s already back into his fitness routine.

He kept the ‘VOTE’ face mask trend going past Election Day, as he stepped out to take a bike ride through his Santa Monica neighborhood.

Rock the vote: Arnold Schwarzenegger kept the ‘VOTE’ face mask trend going past Election Day, as he stepped out to take a bike ride through his Santa Monica neighborhood

The 73-year-old donned a grey v-neck t-shirt with a pair of black shorts and some matching black leather combat boots with white tube socks.

He finished the look with a silver necklace, a pair of brown wayfarer sunglasses hanging from his shirt and a brown leather watch with a large silver face. 

Arnold took to Instagram last month after going under the knife, writing: ‘Thanks to the team at the Cleveland Clinic, I have a new aortic valve to go along with my new pulmonary valve from my last surgery. 

‘I feel fantastic and have already been walking the streets of Cleveland enjoying your amazing statues. Thank you to every doc and nurse on my team!’

Big boy boots: The 73-year-old donned a grey v-neck t-shirt with a pair of black shorts and some matching black leather combat boots with white tube socks

Big boy boots: The 73-year-old donned a grey v-neck t-shirt with a pair of black shorts and some matching black leather combat boots with white tube socks

Under the knife: Arnold took to Instagram last month after going under the knife, writing: 'Thanks to the team at the Cleveland Clinic, I have a new aortic valve to go along with my new pulmonary valve from my last surgery'

Under the knife: Arnold took to Instagram last month after going under the knife, writing: ‘Thanks to the team at the Cleveland Clinic, I have a new aortic valve to go along with my new pulmonary valve from my last surgery’

Quick recovery: He added: 'I feel fantastic and have already been walking the streets of Cleveland enjoying your amazing statues. Thank you to every doc and nurse on my team!'

Quick recovery: He added: ‘I feel fantastic and have already been walking the streets of Cleveland enjoying your amazing statues. Thank you to every doc and nurse on my team!’

It comes after he had open-heart surgery back in March of 2018, not long before he reported to set for Terminator: Dark Fate.

He told The Sun when the film premiered last October: ‘It was kind of a surprise. I never get scared about these things.

‘For a minute, I was worried it was too close to doing Terminator 6 but I realized right away the movie is a good means to get back into shape again.’ 

The True Lies star added: ‘I was home in no time and was back to the gym in no time. Most people baby themselves too much after surgery.’ 

Arnold’s son Patrick, 27, was also spotted keeping up with his fitness routine Thursday, as he left his gym in Los Angeles.

Fitness routine: Arnold's son Patrick, 27, was also spotted keeping up with his fitness routine Thursday, as he left his gym in Los Angeles

Fitness routine: Arnold’s son Patrick, 27, was also spotted keeping up with his fitness routine Thursday, as he left his gym in Los Angeles

Preppy vibes: He cut a preppy look with a black sweatshirt tied over his shoulders, paired with a grey hoodie, which was layered over a matching grey t-shirt

Preppy vibes: He cut a preppy look with a black sweatshirt tied over his shoulders, paired with a grey hoodie, which was layered over a matching grey t-shirt

He cut a preppy look with a black sweatshirt tied over his shoulders, paired with a grey hoodie, which was layered over a matching grey t-shirt.

It was complemented with a pair of blue Nike basketball shorts and bright orange trainers with a pair of printed black tube socks.

The Daniel Isn’t Real star finished the look with a white baseball cap and a black face mask, taking precautions against COVID-19. 

Patrick served Uncle Sam vibes earlier this week in red, white and blue, as he took to Instagram in his ‘I VOTED’ sticker. 

Civic duty: Patrick served Uncle Sam vibes earlier this week in red, white and blue, as he took to Instagram in his 'I VOTED' sticker

Civic duty: Patrick served Uncle Sam vibes earlier this week in red, white and blue, as he took to Instagram in his ‘I VOTED’ sticker

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