The Good America Morning co-host posted a vacation photo showing off her ripped abs.

By Karen Mizoguchi
August 10, 2017

This article originally appeared on People.com.

Lara Spencer is the body inspiration you might not have expected.

On Wednesday, the Good America Morning co-host, 48, shared a photo of herself in a bathing suit from her family vacation to Nantucket, and all eyes were on her chiseled abs.

Fans quickly took to the comments section with compliments including, “HOLY Lara Spencer!” and “@laraspencerabc just became my #wcw.”

The mother of two, who used to be a competitive diver at Penn State, previously shared that she likes to workout by playing tennis. “Tennis is my favorite way to unwind and it’s a great family activity,” Spencer told Shape in September 2014.

In addition to burning up the court, the TV journalist is an avid runner. However, a hip replacement surgery in August 2016 put a stop to her active life after having dealt with years of chronic pain.

“I felt there was a stigma attached to a hip replacement, and I didn’t know if I would be the same,” she told PEOPLE in September of that year. “I went into this abyss of, ‘What am I going to say to people and my kids?’”

“Being athletic exacerbated it. But this isn’t an old person’s problem; it’s an active person’s problem,” said Spencer, who was diagnosed with hip dysplasia, a genetic condition in which the hip’s ball and socket are misaligned.

Good Morning America airs weekdays (7–9 a.m. ET) on ABC.

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