NINE-MONTHS pregnant football star Alex Morgan has left her legion of fans, including Justin Timberlake, completely stunned after showing off her gruelling workout.
The American striker is nearly due with her first baby with husband – former LA Galaxy midfielder Servando Carrasco – but has been keeping up with her vigorous training regime.
The Orlando Pride forward, who is expecting a daughter later this month, drew plaudits for going through some training drills back in February.
And despite being at the last stages of her pregnancy and under coronavirus lockdown, Morgan shared a video of her home workouts to her 9.2 million Instagram followers this weekend.
The 30-year-old revealed clips of herself swinging a kettlebell before a series of lunges and press-ups.
She captioned the post: "Garage workout of the day! #powerrunsinthefamily #StayHomeStayMotivated."
The video was hailed by Morgan's fans who labelled her an inspiration for all mums and fellow pregnant women around the world.
One user gushed: "I’ve never seen someone so fit and pregnant before."
Another joked: "Baby gonna come out with a six pack."
A third added: "You are such an inspirational human."
The clips even drew the attention of popstar Justin Timberlake who was one of Morgan's many admirers and called her a "beast."
Two-time World Cup winner Morgan, 30, announced she was pregnant in October.
The announcement that she was three months pregnant came just three months after she won the 2019 tournament with the United States.
She recently admitted that she is "immensely anxious and stressed" about giving birth without her partner because of coronavirus.
American measures require expectant women to be at the hospitals alone to curb the spread of the deadly bug.
But Morgan tweeted wrote: "No woman should be forced to go through the most intense, life changing, painful, and beautiful moment of their lives without their partner AND doula if delivering in a hospital.
"These changes have caused immense unnecessary anxiety and stress for moms to be."
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