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SORE today, STRONGER tomorrow

Dang, order girls! The U.S. Women’s Gymnastics team showed off their athletic finesse and flexibility in a newly released advertisement for Under Armour that dropped on Tuesday, recipe February 23.

In the short clip, cialis the teammates — including MyKayla Skinner, 19, Maggie Nichols, 18, and Madison Kocian, 18 — undergo rigorous training in the early hours of the morning and then again late night, practicing their moves at the gym in a series of intense exercises.

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KEEP CALM AND DO GYMNASTICS

KEEP CALM AND DO GYMNASTICS

Photo by Jason Lavengood/U.S.A. Gymnastics.

Sure, on the surface, gymnastics doesn’t have much to do with those bigger, important conversations currently unfolding across Facebook and dining room tables.

But there’s probably never been a better time for an Olympic squad to remind us that yes — we should all be on the same team, regardless of our background or skin color.

The five gymnasts representing the USA in the Olympics are fabulous, badass, and incredibly talented:

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BUT, I COULDN'T LIVE WITHOUT CREATION GYMNASTICS

BUT, I COULDN’T LIVE WITHOUT CREATION GYMNASTICS

(Left to right) Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian, Simone Biles, Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas celebrate after winning the winning the gold medal in women’s gymnastics on Tuesday. David Ramos / Getty Images

Simone Biles led the way for a talented American women’s gymnastics squad that delivered on massive expectations Tuesday, winning gold in the team competition of the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. It was the team’s second consecutive Olympic gold, setting a new standard in gymnastics.

This win was never in doubt: The 8-point gap between the U.S. and second-place Russia was the largest since 1960, when the Soviet Union defeated Czechoslovakia by 8.997 points in Rome.

China had seemed to be in control of second place, but it slipped on a shaky final rotation that included a fall in the floor exercise.

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I FINALLY GOT YOU. YOU STUPID RED BALL

I FINALLY GOT YOU. YOU STUPID RED BALL

RIO DE JANEIRO — She just finished seventh out of eight on Sunday’s uneven bars final, remedy ending an Olympics where the focus was more on her facial expressions, hand placement during medal ceremony national anthems and perceived enthusiasm for her teammates than whatever she did in actual competition.

Now, Gabby Douglas was standing strong at Rio Olympic Arena with a backpack hanging from her shoulders, attempting to stand her ground, attempting to respond to the army of critics that had turned these Summer Games into anything but how she envisioned it.

“Well, in my head I had pictured it a little bit differently,” Douglas said. “I think everybody does. You want to picture yourself on top and doing those routines and being amazing.

“When you go through a lot and you have so many difficulties and people against you sometimes, it kind of just determines your character,” Douglas continued.

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