Queen and Adam Lambert have now arrived in Sapporo for their third show on the Japanese tour tomorrow night.
The sprightly rocker who turns 77 this year shared a video of himself on an exercise bike from inside his hotel room.
The guitar legend captioned the post: “My private gym ! Not so glamorous but – job done ! 8 peaks this time – day off – show time tomorrow in Sapporo.
“Sporting my Polar heart rate monitor strapped around me – which connects to the app on my phone to give me a trace of my BPM during such escapades. Fitness Rocks ! Bri.”
Sir Brian also shared a picture of the Queen and Adam Lambert logo with the band’s mascot Frank the Robot carved into ice.
He commented: “Thanks Sapporo ! We’re proud to be a part of your Ice Sculpture Festival ! Bri.”
The rock star also posted a guitar solo from the last show earlier this week, with a mention of the late great Freddie Mercury.
Sir Brian wrote: “This is a moment I enjoyed – close to the opening of the Osaka show. For a long time now I’ve enjoyed creating ‘moments’ … formerly for Freddie, but now often for myself – also for Rog and Adam of course – in fact, just building the dramatic shape of the show. It’s fun being out there in the dark, waiting for that instant to arrive, and hitting it hard. We can be heroes – just for one day. Bri X.”
After tomorrow night’s show in Sapporo, Queen and Adam Lambert have two closing concerts in Tokyo on February 13 and 14.