James Harrison will be 38 on May 4. You would not know this to look at him, especially when he's displaying feats of strength usually reserved for superheroes.

The latest: Here's the Steelers linebacker performing exercises we didn't even know existed until seeing this:

@theramonfoster @maurkicepouncey 240kg/528lbs it's starting to come back???

A video posted by James Harrison (@jhharrison92) onMar 31, 2016 at 6:45am PDT

So add hip presses/hip bridges to Harrison's list of accomplishments in the gym, on the volleyball court, on the practice field, on the Steve Harvey Show, etc.

Meanwhile, Harrison is expected to return to the Steelers in 2016, though he offered this caveat back in February, through his business and PR manager Risa Bayalem.

“If he's not able to give 100 percent, he wouldn't be doing justice to himself or the Steelers or his teammates,” Bayalem told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “Even if he feels he wants to come back, his age and his body are going to tell him whether that's possible or not. His process right now is go through offseason training in Arizona. If his body is where he feels it needs to be, he'll proceed.”

For an idea of just how well Harrison continues to play, Pro Football Focus ranked him as the league's 14th-best edge defender. He also played more snaps at outside linebacker for the Steelers than Jarvis Jones, Bud Dupree or Arthur Moats.

James Harrison is stronger than you are. (USATSI)
James Harrison is stronger than you are. (USATSI)