Tom Brady

Just 6 days after the Super Bowl, Tom Brady is back to work training with Alex Guerrero

He had some fun at the parade in between, but now it's all business once again.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV on Sunday. Ashley Landis/AP Photo

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Three days after letting loose at the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl parade, it appears Tom Brady is back to his regimented, disciplined lifestyle.

Brady and trainer Alex Guerrero – who celebrated in style Wednesday morning – returned to work Saturday, just six days removed from Brady capturing his seventh Super Bowl. The @TB12Sports account shared a photo of the pair walking across a field, ready to get back to it after a brief hiatus.

“Back to work,” the post read. #EyesOn8.”

Earlier this week, in one of his many social media posts from the parade, Brady thanked Guerrero for his support throughout his career.

Words can’t express the bond we have formed over the past 17 years @AGuerreroTB12,” Brady wrote. “I’m so blessed to have you in my life! We have spent countless hours together, laughing, crying and everything in between. I couldn’t do it without you! Love you my brother @tb12sports.”

Brady, 43, has made it clear he has no plans to retire yet, and his focus is on winning another Super Bowl with the Buccaneers next season.

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