I would do nothing at this stage.
When you submit a revision, the editor will send it back out to the original reviewers (assuming they agree). That in itself will take a bit of time - sometimes the editor doesn't have time to do it immediately, and people could take time to agree.
Then, typically I would expect to be allowed at least 2 months (perhaps 3) to check a major revision. And it would probably take this long: when I get asked to do this, I will accept but I will almost always have other reviewing tasks that I accepted earlier and are more pressing. This is different from checking a minor revision, which is often straightforward enough that it can jump the queue without unduly delaying other things.
For context, I have currently been waiting just over two months to hear back about a minor revision (in pure math). People can be busy, especially at this time of year. I am just going to carry on waiting for the time being.