Cape Town - Code-hopping New Zealand superstar, Sonny Bill Williams, appears to be making a good fist of his recovery from injury, according to the Stuff website.
Williams' workout routine suggests his dedication to his craft is as strong as it has ever been.
Williams suffered a partial rupture of his Achilles tendon at the Rio Olympics in August last year while representing the New Zealand Sevens team.
The former NRL star has been training in New South Wales recently, alongside Wallaby flyhalf Quade Cooper.
Williams is only set to return to action in May, but, once fit, will be a key figure in Tana Umaga's Blues side in Super Rugby, and the All Blacks as they host the British and Irish Lions in June and July.
"If you want something you've never had, you have to do something you've never done". This is exactly the philosophy @sonny__bill__williams has adopted in his quest to be the best rugby player in the world. Here is some of his Achilles rehab, linear/multidirectional speed & accessory work he has been doing with me over the last 2 weeks. I had a great time working with @keegan_smith to help Sonny. Thanks to the @gcsuns and @alex_rigby for hooking us up with their facilities too. @quadecooper, @fmstrength and Khoder Nasser all make sneaky cameos as well ????@allblacks @bluesrugbyteam