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During a recent remote appearance on The Ellen Show, Jason Momoa spoke about how being on an extended break from his hectic work schedule has meant having plenty of quality time with his two children, Nakoa-Wolf, 11 and Lola, 12.

He explained how both of the kids are adapting well to life in lockdown—they're both in virtual school, and are keeping in touch with their friends—and told DeGeneres that he has even taken on the unofficial role of gym teacher in their unconventional new setup.
"I think they're really loving it, I think they're loving having me home, and we're having a great time," he said. "Thank god they have their teachers, just a bunch of respect... I'm like the P.E. coach. You know what I mean? Like, get your a*s outside! You wanna go rock climb, skateboard, that's about it... We've got skateboard ramps, and climbing walls, throwing tomahawks, shooting bow and arrow... we have a little bit of space, so I feel very thankful. It's just nice being home, I'm never home."
And the kids are getting pretty good under their dad's tutelage. In March, Momoa posted a video to his Instagram of Lola's "Mananalu challenge," in which she threw an axe at a target while riding her bike without stopping, with the kind of effortless cool that everybody has just come to expect from this family.
And all of that skateboarding and rock-climbing with his kids is helping Momoa stay fit, since he has stated repeatedly that he doesn't particularly enjoy the process of dieting and working out, especially when it comes to the intense physical transformation required in movies like Aquaman, and that he prefers to get his exercise by bouldering every day.
"I'm not a fan," he said. "I mean, I like doing the things I love to do... right now I've been doing a lot of just taking it easy on the eating, because I'm a big fan of food, and I can't really get all of the things I like, so I've just been walking around, on my bike, just trying to thin out a little bit. I'm getting a little heavy."
DeGeneres also brought up a meme that's been doing the rounds online during the pandemic, which combines hygiene with thirst and encourages individuals to 'wash your hands like you're washing Jason Momoa.' "I never thought I would be the candidate to promote washing themselves, but I'm very stoked to be that," he laughed.

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