Cristiano Ronaldo isn't the kind of man to let any part of his preparation or fitness fall away and it looks very much like the Juventus man has never skipped leg day, only skipped to it.
There's two types of people in this world. Those who don't make it to the gym when they should and those who somehow manage to keep their gym regime going.
Personally I'm the type of man who doesn't manage to go the gym even though I definitely need to. I've missed my gym session for roughly the last four years, and it'll probably get to five without too much trouble.
To say I'll never look like Cristiano Ronaldo isn't exactly a controversial opinion, with the Juventus forward being rather an adonis of a man.
Right now Ronaldo and his fellow countrymen are preparing for the first UEFA Nations League semi-final, which takes place on home soil in Portugal for them, as they take on Switzerland on Wednesday night.
The Juventus forward took to social media to post a couple of pictures of himself from training with the team and it's pretty evident that he's not been missing leg day:
The tweet might have been about team spirit but it smells more like a nice advert for his incredible legs, which is no surprise.
Portugal are going for their second major European title in the past three years having won Euro 2016 in France against all the odds.
In the final, against the hosts, Ronaldo went off injured early on in the game but he returned to the sidelines in his tracksuit to cheer the players on alongside the manager in the dugout.
Ronaldo was virtually managing at times, including at extra time. Image: PA Images
Ronaldo has just completed his first season in Italy with Juventus, after making the move from Real Madrid following Los Blancos third Champions League victory in a row last year.
The first season brought the Old Lady their eighth Serie A title in a row but it was still a season of disappointment as they couldn't get past the quarter finals of the Champions League, after losing to Ajax.
Will Ronaldo and his teammates be skipping away with more European success this summer?