Margot Robbie absolutely destroyed Barbie co-stars with four-minute plank
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Barbie star Margot Robbie has demonstrated yet another incredible skill.
If you’ve ever subjected yourself to a plank you’ll know just how gruelling it is, which makes Robbie’s achievement even more impressive.
A plank is an exercise where you have to hold yourself in a parallel position to the floor while engaging your core. You must keep your hands or forearms and toes on the floor and remain in that position for as long as possible.
Although she didn’t beat her personal trainer’s record, she cleared everyone else.
A picture snapped after a training session with Robbie and the rest of the Barbie cast shows the Australian star standing proudly in front of a whiteboard with everyone’s total planking time written on it.
Robbie is seen with her middle fingers up as she stands next to London-based personal trainer David Higgins.
The Wolf of Wall Street star's time (4 minutes and 10 seconds) beat Ken actor Ryan Gosling (3 minutes 2 seconds), Doctor Barbie actor Hari Nef (2 minutes 15 seconds) and even her husband Tom Ackerley (1 minute 36 seconds).
Fans are absolutely loving Robbie’s fitness prowess and have taken to social media to praise the star.
“We love a strong queen,” one fan replied.
“This is why she’s the GOAT,” someone else gushed.
Although it seems at least one person wants to challenge the Oscar-nominated actor to last longer.
“That used to be a punishment for me as a child,” they confessed. “Come back and talk to me when she can beat 30min.”
When she's not planking, Robbie is spreading joy by doing good deeds for her loved ones. She has revealed that she used her Hollywood earnings to pay off her mum's mortgage.
In an interview with CBS, the Barbie star explained how she regularly lent on Sarie Kessler's finances in her early days of being an actor.
But, she made sure to keep track of everything so that she could eventually return the favour.
"Everything I owed my mum, I had it written down," she told CBS Sunday Morning.
"She'd take money out of the, like, house mortgage [to] lend me money. So I always knew, I was like, 'I gotta pay that back'.
"And then one day, when I made enough money, I just paid that whole mortgage off completely."
Barbie is in cinemas now.