The wait is finally over 鈥 the opening ceremony for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio is tonight, and聽we鈥檙e ready聽to cheer on聽Team USA聽to gold! And as聽these Olympians聽are about to kill it on the track, in the pool and everywhere else in between, we couldn鈥檛 help but get seriously inspired by their athleticism and figure out how we can add some of their fierce聽workout routines into our own fitness plan. So we searched high and low for the ultimate workouts inspired by all of our favorite Olympic聽sports and found nine that will have you competing for a medal in no time.

Prevail

Boxing

1.聽Prevail Los Angeles: The best way to train like an Olympian? Do as the Olympians do. One of the hottest new workout trends, this fun, high-energy group boxing class improves strength, mobility, endurance, body composition, vitality and hand-eye coordination. (Photo via Prevail Los Angeles)

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Track and Field

2.聽Mile High Run Club: While you may never be as quick as Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, who broke three records during the 2008 Olympics and defended all three titles at the 2012 Games, the Mile High Run Club聽will help you channel your inner track and field star. Their New York-based studio is dedicated entirely to running聽and offers聽interval-based exercises to build endurance,聽strength training classes聽and a weekly guided run led by an Olympic coach聽鈥 everything you need to crush your next race. (Photo via Mile High Run Club)

PopPhysique

Gymnastics

3.聽PopPhysique: While this may not make you the next Mary Lou Retton, it can鈥檛 hurt to try. Dubbed 鈥渁n artistic approach to exercise,鈥 PopPhysique claims to improve posture and flexibility, increase abdominal strength and tone and increase body awareness.聽 These are all things that American gymnast Simone Biles, who holds 10 world championship gold medals, needs to possess to be able to gracefully balance on a beam and powerfully fly high on the vault. (Photo via PopPhysique)

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Cycling

4.聽Flywheel: The comparison can鈥檛 get any simpler, but Flywheel聽classes offer you a way to bring your outdoor cycling experience indoors, and are great for super competitive types 鈥 their 鈥淭orqboards鈥 display a class leaderboard, so you can see how you鈥檙e performing compared to other cyclists. After a few classes, you鈥檒l be thinking that you too can conquer Alpe d鈥橦uez, the most feared climb of the Tour de France, like British cyclist Chris Froome, who will compete in the Olympics after winning said Tour. (Someone get this guy a drink.) (Photo via Flywheel)

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Soccer

5.聽Kickbox at Keith Cooke Studio: Soccer players are all legs, and a kickbox class at Keith Cooke Studio will help train powerful stems, using the kickboxing bags as resistance, to endure an intense game.聽The class is a fat-burning, heart-pumping, total body workout that sculpts your figure聽into a long and lean powerhouse. (Photo via Keith Cooke Studio)

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Swimming

6.聽Crunch BodyWeb With TRX: Natalie Coughlin, Olympic medalist and all-around #girlboss, finds TRX Training beneficial to her swim training regimen, even taking the bands聽with her when she travels. During this class, you use the suspension tool and your body weight to constantly stabilize your body and perform pushing, pulling, lifting and lowering exercises, which mimic swimming strokes. (Photo via Crunch Fitness)

Row Club

Rowing

7.聽Row Club: Using the ergometer is thought to be one of the most efficient mechanisms on the planet to strengthen a cardiovascular system.聽During each rowing stroke,聽36 percent of the body鈥檚 muscle mass is activated. The 45-minute group classes offered at Row Club aim to improve movement, aerobic capacity, posture and strength 鈥 all crucial traits to make it in Rio. (Photo via Row Club)

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Tennis

8.聽Rise Nation: The movement you perform on a momentum neutral climber utilizes your upper and lower muscle groups together and requires your body to perform work, all at the same time. Even at 30 minutes, this workout is intense and promotes a more balanced and powerful physique, perfect for hours-long matches on the court, and having to quickly change direction with each groundstroke.

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Recovery

9.聽Corepower Yoga: Muscle recovery is just as important to athletes鈥 preparation in their respected sports.聽(Preach.) To aid in muscle recovery, visit a CorePower Yoga class to practice proper posture alignment, connecting breath to movement and detoxification. (Photo via Corepower Yoga)

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