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It’s easy to assume that being taller and bigger than a kid makes us stronger than them. Some kids, however, are pure muscle packed into tiny beings. From China to New Jersey, children all over the world are finding their passion and wowing the world with their physical strength.
Whether it’s to stay away from video games or simply to stand out in a crowd, these remarkable kids have found the inspiration, focus and ability to smash through world records and push themselves to the limits of what their bodies can do. Here is out list of Strongest Kids In The World.
This young boy from Chuzhou in China’s Anhui province was pulling cars with ropes and carrying cement sacks of 100kg by age 7. He quickly became a celebrity in China and around the world with the performance of strength such as pulling a van with a rope tied around this waist, lifting his father on his shoulders, or carrying heavy sacks of rice or cement powder.
6-year-old Ryusei Imai went viral on the Internet last year with his spot-on mimicking of Bruce Lee’s “Game of Death” nunchaku scene.
The tiny fan of Bruce Lee went on to perform on television shows to showcase his unique capabilities at his young age.
You usually don’t expect kids to perform at bodybuilder events but that’s what Eli Etherton did. Having incredible muscle strength this 9-year-old boy competes in the big boys league. Although not known for many World Guinness records Eli shows incredible strength for a 9-year old.
Like his brother Giuliano, Claudio has been awarded praise for lifting over 4 times his body weight something even most bodybuilders have a hard time doing. Claudio has been working out and practicing fitness training since the age of 2.
This Romanian brother of Claudio Stroe is power hero. Training since the age of 2 this boy has earned multiple championships and broken records. Giuliano is a Guinness world record holder in multiple categories such as most push-ups without feet touching the floor, longest timed human flag and fastest 10-minute hand walk with weights on his feet.
Although not a kid anymore, Richard’s remarkable childhood accomplishments earned him spot on our list of top 10 strongest kids in the world. Born in Ukraine in 1982, Richard quickly took up stretches and martial arts upon moving with his family to the United States.
This Ukranian boy has been training since the age of 5. He broke a world record by doing 4000 push-ups in 2 hours. He was reportedly unhappy with this number, as he did not achieve his personal best of… 6000!
Diagnosed with a rare medical condition called Muscle Hypertrophy as an infant, Liam had a 40% muscle body mass at age 3.
At only age 14 C.J. was lifting over 100kg. Now 15, he has broken the world record in clean and jerk lift with 175kg, however because the competition was not global, he did not earn an official title.
Training since the age of 11, this teenage bodybuilder has earned the world champion title for squat lifting and can now deadlift over 181kg. His father, a bodybuilder himself, reportedly refused to have his son play video games all day and encouraged young Jake to take up fitness instead. Four short years later, Jake is a sponsored fitness celebrity with numerous championship titles in his name.
This 12-year-old fitness guru has incredible strength and talent. Known as The Workout Kid for his enthusiasm and passion for fitness and healthy living, CJ already has a significant media presence for his involvement in getting kids and teens fit and healthy.
Kyle started kickboxing at the age of 4 and by the time he was 9 was a black belt. When talking about his love of weight lifting, he said “’I just want to be as muscly as I can be.
Dylan and Jessica Best
Dylan and Jessica, along with their father Nick and mother Callie, appeared on the TLC show The Strongest Family In The World. Probably a pretty good precursor to landing a spot on this list. In the documentary, it is claimed that the family trains up to 240 hours per week.
When Varya Akulova was born, it was clear that her parents had big plans for her. Her father Yuri and mom Larysa were both professional weightlifters that met each other when working in a traveling circus. Yuri started training Varya when she was 4 days old, saying in an interview “I was determined right from the start that our tiny Varya would become the strongest girl in the entire world….
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