The perfect physiques on display at the Olympic Games have inspired a fitness-themed app to storm to the top of the charts this week.
The Adrian James 6 Pack Abs Workout has topped the paid iPhone app chart with its comprehensive range of abdominal floor exercises.
Have you downloaded any of these Olympic-inspired phone apps?
The workout app includes training routines used by professional fitness model Adrian James, with videos, audio instructions and exercise tips to help users perform each exercise correctly.
With London 2012 well under way, Olympic-themed apps fared well across the charts.
The BBC's app dedicated to the Games topped the free iPhone chart, while the official Olympic results app from organisers Locog came first in the free iPad chart.
Meanwhile, a game based on last year's Hugh Jackman film Real Steel achieved top spot in the paid iPad chart.
Scroll down for other inspiring fitness tips from the London 2012 Games...
The game, from makers Jump Games, allows players to fight as robots in no-holds barred battles.
It beat The Dark Knight Rises app, a game inspired by the final film of Christopher Nolan's acclaimed Batman trilogy, into second place.
- 1. Adrian James 6 Pack Abs Workout - Six Pack Productions.
- 2. WhatsApp Messenger - WhatsApp Inc.
- 3. Real Steel - Jump Games Pvt. Ltd.
- 4. Free Music Download Pro - Downloader and Player - BSOSoft.
- 5. Fieldrunners 2 - Subatomic Studios, LLC.
- 6. Angry Birds Space - Rovio Mobile Ltd.
- 7. Amazing Alex - Rovio Entertainment Ltd.
- 8. SongPop - FreshPlanet Inc.
- 9. Camera+ - tap tap tap .Where's My Water? - Disney.
- 10. London 2012 - Official Mobile Game (Premium) - NEOWIZ Internet Corp.
- 1. BBC Olympics - Media Applications Technologies Limited.
- 2. London 2012: Official Results App for the Olympic and Paralympic Games - The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited.
- 3. Font Quiz - paulrobinbrown.
- 4. Catapult King - Chillingo Ltd.
- 5. Absolute RC Plane Sim - Happy Bytes LLC.
- 6. Oldschool Blocks - BrushGames.com.
- 7. London 2012: Official Join In App for the Olympic and Paralympic Games - The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited.
- 8. WhatsApp Messenger - WhatsApp Inc.
- 9. ring.tones - byss mobile.
- 10. Football Logo Quiz - Byerdelen.
- 1. Real Steel - Jump Games Pvt. Ltd.
- 2. The Dark Knight Rises - Gameloft.
- 3. Peppa Pig's Sports Day - P2 Games Ltd.
- 4. Pages - Apple.
- 5. Spy vs. Spy - Robots and Pencils Inc.
- 6. Where's My Water? - Disney.
- 7. London 2012 - Official Mobile Game (Premium) - NEOWIZ Internet Corp.
- 8. EMERGENCY - Serious Games Solutions GmbH.
- 9. Amazing Alex HD - Rovio Entertainment Ltd.
- 10. Minecraft - Pocket Edition.
- 1. London 2012: Official Results App for the Olympics - The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited.
- 2. BBC Olympics - Media Applications Technologies Limited.
- 3. London 2012: Official Join In App for the Olympic and Paralympic Games - The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited.
- 4. Font Quiz - paulrobinbrown.Absolute RC Plane Sim - Happy Bytes LLC.
- 5. Catapult King - Chillingo Ltd.
- 6. FlagsQuizGame - Atico Mobile S.L.
- 7. Skype for iPad - Skype Software S.a.r.l.TheEndApp - Goroid.
- 8. BBC iPlayer - Media Applications Technologies Limited.
- 9. The Official Programme London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games - Haymarket.
- 10. CSR Racing - NaturalMotion.
If phone apps aren't your thing, be inspired by the Olympics the old-fashioned way...
If you're bored of your everyday exercise routine, step it up a gear and seek inspiration from the London 2012 Olympics.
Why try it? The average person burns 272 calories playing table tennis for an hour. A high-speed, energetic game gets the heart racing and improves eye-hand co-ordination. Get involved and check out where your local table tennis club is here: The English Table Tennis Association or take a look at the British Racketlon for all ping pong related news. Be inspired: Table tennis spectacular (VIDEO)
Why try it? If you've never heard of it, water polo is what it says on the tin - but without the polo sticks and horses! It's more like rugby in a swimming pool and requires players to be strong (and fast!) swimmers. This energetic exercise uses every muscle in your body and burns lots of fat and calories, as well as being a lot of fun! Find out where you can sign up here. Be inspired: 2012 Olympic water polo player talks (VIDEO)
Why try it? It's not your average exercise regime, but if you can get a group of friends together, it can work wonders for your fitness levels. You will need to be a strong swimmer and be able to hold your breath for a long time. An ideal exercise to try if you're looking to build your stamina, body strength and muscle flexibility. Think you've got what it takes, take a look here for your nearest club Be inspired: Amazing synchronised swimming in action (VIDEO)
Why try it? Team GB Olympic hopeful Zoe smith has paved the way for female weightlifting so why not try it yourself? Contrary to popular belief, lifting weights won't bulk you up like the Incredible Hulk! By using smaller, lighter weights, you can improve posture and generally sculpt your body's core muscles. If you're interested in trying it out, take a look at Strength Ambassadors 'Ladies Who Lift'. Be Inspired: World's Oldest Bodybuilding Grandma (VIDEO)
Why try it? Gain new skills on self-defence, discipline and mental agility with taekwondo - essential skills for every woman to have. It also helps tone up muscles and stamina, plus builds confidence. The British Taekwondo Club has all you need to know if you want to sign up. Be inspired: Best of taekwondo (VIDEO)
Why try it? Put your arm and upper body strength to the test by signing up to a canoeing or kayaking course. If you're looking for an effective (and different!) way to banish flabby arms and bingo wings - canoeing is a great way to tone up your arms, back, shoulders and chest. The British Canoe Union has all you need to know about courses, classes and information. Be inspired: Amazing canoeing skills (VIDEO)
Why try it? Be inspired by the 10 former British Olympic medallists since 1988 (and maybe the Hunger Games) and try your hand at archery. Once you've nailed the technique, shooting a an arrow from your bow can tone up your upper body and boost concentration (as you have to make sure you hit the target!) and co-ordination. Fancy having a go? Check out 2020 Archery for more information about local courses and clubs. Be inspired: The most accurate bow shot ever (VIDEO)
Why try it? Fencing classes can provide a flurry of benefits when taken on with a new sense of expert finesse and heightened respect. It's a great way to improve the body's flexibility, balance and co-ordination, plus it's a good way to sealer your mind after a hard day's work! The London Fencing Club offers a six-week programme promising to increase your agility as well as transforming you into a charming, lethal blade. Also check out The British Fencing Club. Be inspired: When fencing meets Ballet (VIDEO)
Why try it? Hockey is a fast paced, energetic and dynamic sport available to all abilities across the country through programmes such as Back to Hockey and Rush Hockey. An amazing 400 calories can be burnt through 30minutes of playing hockey! Dribbling the ball, shooting to the goal and tackling your opponent (gently of course!) improves cardiovascular fitness and tones those all important targets of thighs, bum, tum and bingo wings. Visit Hockey Nation for information on local clubs and free courses. Be inspired: Creative hockey goals.