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Instant Replay: ‘When The Olympics Motivates You To Get Into Shape’

The USA Diving team celebrates after making the team during day 9 of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for diving at Indiana University Natatorium on June 26, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Watching world class athletes motivated one individual to get a quick workout while watching the U.S. Olympic Team Trials.

The United States’ Olympic Team Trials for diving took place in Indianapolis, Indiana earlier in June.

During one of the diving heats, an attendee in the stands got in a quick workout.

The fan began doing pushups while one of the divers was in the middle of her platform competition.

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“First of all, I would like to congratulate all of the divers and coaches who qualified for the Olympic Games,” USA Diving High Performance Director, Dan Laak said when the team was announced. “I am extremely proud of they way they have fought through all of the adversity they’ve faced for the past 15-plus months. We have a great team traveling to Tokyo for the Games and I can’t wait to show the world exactly what Team USA can do. With the mix of experienced and first-time Olympians, not only will we shine this Games, but we will do so for years to come.”

2020 U.S. Olympic Diving Team

Women’s 3-Meter Synchronized

Alison Gibson

Krysta Palmer

Men’s 3-Meter Synchronized

Andrew Capobianco

Michael Hixon

Women’s 10-Meter Synchronized

Delaney Schnell

Jessica Parratto

Women’s 3-Meter Springboard

Krysta Palmer

Hailey Hernandez

Men’s 3-Meter Springboard

Tyler Downs

Andrew Capobianco

Women’s 10-Meter Platform

Delaney Schnell

Katrina Young

Men’s 10-Meter Platform

Brandon Loschiavo

Jordan Windle