Los Angeles Rams safety Taylor Rapp had a sensational rookie season in 2019. On Sunday, Rapp achieved a feat that was just as impressive.

Rapp completed the #10kCalorie Challenge in which he burned 10,000 calories during a 24-hour period. The Rams safety burned the 10,000 calories by participating in a long workout that featured biking, running, and swimming.

At the end of the day, Rapp biked 125 miles (103 in one ride), swam 1.25 miles, hiked four miles, ran three miles, and participated in another short workout. Rapp completed the different workouts between 4:30 a.m. to 9:09 p.m.

In the wake of the quarantine, the majority of gyms are closed and people are forced to find other alternatives to working out. Regardless of how impressive anyone's workouts are, Rapp has to have them beat based on what he accomplished.

The 2019 second-round pick accumulated 100 tackles (62 solo), eight passes defended, two interceptions, and a fumble recovery during his rookie campaign with the Rams. The high level of production should come as no surprise since Rapp made the All-Pac 12 First Team during his final two seasons at the University of Washington.