Tom Brady reveals the sport he’s ‘not made’ for during summer trip with his parents, son Benjamin and daughter Vivian

Tom Brady’s athletic resume is a pretty thick file.

In addition to his seven Lombardi Trophies, there are his five Super Bowl MVP awards, three NFL MVP honors, six All-Pro selections and 15 Pro Bowl nods. Beyond that, he also holds NFL quarterback records for wins (251), completions (7,753), touchdown passes (649) and passing yards (89,214).

And football isn’t even his only game.

Brady was good enough at baseball to be picked by the Montreal Expos in the 18th round of the 1995 MLB Draft ahead of future Major Leaguers such as Brad Lidge, Jerry Hairston Jr., and Mark Mulder.

What’s more, he’s even dabbled in some high-stakes golf by participating in TNT’s The Match alongside Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods in 2020.

(From left) Tom Brady Sr., Galynn, Tom, 11-year-old Vivian, and 14-year-old Ben

(From left) Tom Brady Sr., Galynn, Tom, 11-year-old Vivian, and 14-year-old Ben

Tom Brady struggled on the climbing wall

He wasn't much better on the ropes course

Tom Brady struggled on the climbing wall (left) and the ropes course (right)

Tom Brady's 14-year-old son Ben is seen with his 11-year-old sister Vivian Lake

Tom Brady’s 14-year-old son Ben is seen with his 11-year-old sister Vivian Lake

But as the 46-year-old father of three revealed on a family vacation this week, there is one sport he’s simply not cut out for: Climbing.

‘I wasn’t made for this,’ Brady captioned a video on Instagram showing his sinewy frame crawling up a manmade climbing wall.

Another video showed Brady on a rope course jumping off one ledge and trying to catch a dangling rubber ball suspended above another.

‘… Or this,’ Brady added on his subsequent caption.

Brady’s other shots included images of his parents, Tom Sr. and Galynn, as well as pictures of his daughter, 11-year-old Vivian, and son, 14-year-old Ben.

The New England Patriots legend didn’t give exact coordinates for the family vacation, but did include a shot from the Yellowstone Club, a private members-only ski and golf community in Big Sky, Montana.

The private community sits about a one-hour drive from Yellowstone National Park.

Brady must have arrived out west within the last few days because he spent July 4 in the Hamptons at Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin’s July 4 party.

Only this time, instead of being humbled on a climbing wall, Brady was losing a game of flag football to a team quarterbacked by Houston Texans star CJ Stroud.

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