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A muscle-bound boy has been entered into the Guinness Book of Records after performing an incredible physical stunt.

Romanian Giuliano Stroe, five, has been training since the age of two in Italy - where he lives with his family - and now the hard work has finally paid off.

He was entered into the record books earlier this year after performing some impressive 'hand-walking' skills to a panel of judges and an astonished audience on an Italian TV show .

The exceptional pre-schooler performed the fastest ever 10m hand walk with a weight ball between his legs to the delight of the studio audience.

And he has now become an internet hit after hundreds of thousands of people watched a clip of him performing the stunt on YouTube.



Father Iulian Stroe, 33, said: 'He has been going to the gym with me ever since he was born. I always took him with me when I went training.'

He added there is no danger of the youngster harming himself, saying: 'I have been training hard all my life myself.

'He is never allowed to practice on his own, he is only a child and if he gets tired we go and play.'
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Giuliano Stroe, five, has been training for three years

Giuliano, the oldest of four children, says his stardom has not gone to his head and he still enjoys normal kids stuff like painting, watching cartoons and playing in the park when he is not weightlifting.

But it seems he has picked up a taste for fame during his incredible exploits, revealing he enjoys it when he is applauded after performing.

It sparks memories of Richard Sandrak, who, after his father trained him to become a bodybuilder, aged just three in 1995, was declared The Strongest Boy In The World.
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Giuliano Stroe says the stardom has not gone to his head

Nicknamed Little Hercules, Ukrainian-born Richard could bench press 210 pounds at the age of six after undergoing a strict regime.

After moving to the U.S., he became a movie star, starring in Tiny Tarzan, after his fitness schedule attracted media attention.

Interviewed this year, Richard, now 16, said that he had lost interest in working out.

Muscle-bound boy is a record breaker: Five-year-old bodybuilder in record books after TV stunt | Mail Online
 

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I guess its better than being fat like me! oO but I was thin until my 3rd heart surgery...
It's cool as long as the parents don't push the kid and he doesn't hurt himself trying to do too much.
 

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That kid is sick strong but i don't think thats natural strenght or muscles, his parent must be feeding him steroids, or putting steroids in his food (just like Richard Sandrak).

But for a 5 years old is still very impressive... doing pushups in a bar upside down??? thats ****ing hard to do.
 

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Well... we should look at the bright side. He won't get picked on in school because he might be the one doing all the picking... er... wait... that's a bad thing. :X
 

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child abuse, obviously!
 

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yeah this looks alot like Richard Sandrak.

Weightlifting is discouraged for those still developing, particularly children. Its going to impair physical development and growth.
 

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I'll be surprised if this kid grows up taller than like 4 feet. Since at that age bone structure is still developing and putting stress on them with weight really stunts the growth. he'll be a buff midget when he gets older for sure.
 
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