Holy Muscles! Meet the Sizzling (and Often Shirtless) U.S. Men's Olympic Bobsled Team
Wowzas! Hakeem Abdul-Saboor, a member of pilot Nick Cunningham's push crew, has muscles so big they don't even fit in the frame.
Never mind the cold in Korea, bobsledders Nate Weber and Steve Langdom (with skeleton racer John Daly, center) still managed to show off their abs.
This is Evan Weinstock. He's a member of bobsled pilot Codie Bascue's push crew. Oh, and he can lift weights that are that large.
Carlo Valdes, a member of pilot Justin Olsen's push crew, channelled Tom Brady in a recent Instagram photo.
Sam Michener, a member of Cunningham's push crew, posts ab shots and inspirational quotes on his Instagram. On this one? "A man is but the product of his thoughts. What he thinks, he becomes." — Gandhi.
Bobsled pilot Justin Olsen takes a moment off the ice to enjoy the views of the Adirondack Mountains — shirtless, naturally.
Suited up in their opening ceremony apparel, Steve Langton, push crew member Chris Fogt and Daly look very patriotic — and very handsome.
Pre-Olympics, Langton takes his abs for a day out on the water.
With fellow bobsledders Abdul-Saboor and Adrian Adams (who is not competing in the Olympics), push crew member Sam McGuffie gets in a workout in Lake Placid.
Another workout from McGuffie (because pushing that bobsled truly is hard work.)