Harry Judd 'slowly getting better'
Harry Judd is "slowly getting better" after suffering a herniated disc.
The McFly drummer has enlisted the help of a personal trainer during his recovery and while he has been forced to "start from scratch", the 30-year-old stickman is enjoying the challenge of getting back to full fitness.
In a caption attached to a picture of him training, he wrote: "Since I slipped a disc in my neck 3 months ago unsurprisingly I've hardly been able to train. The nerve damage caused from the disc herniation is slowly getting better. I'm working with @rogerframpton to build up some strength ready for Tour It's like started from scratch but I'm loving the challenge (sic)"
McFly - who are also made up of Dougie Poynter, Danny Jones and Tom Fletcher - were forced postpone their 'Anthology' tour until September as a result of Harry's herniated disc.
In May, he wrote on Instagram: "I'm absolutely gutted to say that we've had to postpone the tour as I've herniated a disc in my neck.
"I've honestly tried everything to make it work but I'd never want to do a tour where I wouldn't be able to give you guys the 110% performance you deserve every night.
"I'm gunna do all the rehab possible to get myself ready to do the most epic shows we've ever put on! Love Harry, Barry, The Triple D, The not quite as good half of Pudd or whatever it is you wanna call me x #mcfly #itsnotalwayseasy (sic)"
The 'Love is Easy' hitmaker are due to kick off their tour in Manchester with three dates, starting on September 12.
McFly will conclude their tour in Kentish Town, north London, on September 28.