With the 2016 Rio Olympics winding down, many of the athletes are enjoying some hard-earned relaxation, and the Final Five, the US women's gymnastic team minus Gabby Douglas and Laurie Hernandez, are no exception.
According to Daily Mail, Simone Biles, Aly Raisman and Madison Kocian spent some time on Saturday at the Barra da Tijuca beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Biles uploaded some adorable pics from their time at the beach to her Instagram, and holy damn, the gymnasts' abs are legitimately absurd. Like, you have to know the women are in incredible shape to do the extraordinary things they did in Rio.
I mean, the five gymnasts took home a combined nine medals, the most medals ever achieved by the US Olympic women's gymnastics team.
Even so, the imagination doesn't do all of their six-packs justice because the women are always in tracksuits off the floor or spandex during their routines.
You have to see for yourself to know what I'm saying because words just don't cut it. Check out Biles' photos below and be amazed.
If not that, it seems like the girls had a nice day at the beach, so there's always that, too.
Just look at that beach! No wonder Simone Biles, Aly Raisman and Madison Kocian decided to spend some of their time off here.
It seems like the gymnasts were having a really fun day.
Now, behold the most absurd abs you and I will probably never have. I'm surprised their six-packs don't have their own six-packs. Seriously, they look carved out of stone.
Six-packs aside, Biles also found some time before the beach to snap a photo with British gymnast Brinn Bevan. Damn, he's pretty sculpted, too. Must be a gymnast thing or an extraordinary human athlete thing, I guess.
Excuse me while I pretend to leave to go work out.
Check out the video at the top for more photos and video from the gymnasts' day.
Citations: Ab fab! Simone and her golden girls hit the beach in Rio as she prepares to make history tonight by becoming first female gymnast to carry the American flag at an Olympics closing ceremony (Daily Mail), As Final Five finish historic Olympics, a look to the future (NBC Olympics)