A five-year-old boy has put professional bodybuilders to shame by breaking the world record for "air push-ups".
Guiliano Stroe, a five-year-old who has been called the world’s strongest boy, caused a sensation when he performed 20 air press-ups live on Romanian television.
The physically demanding exercises, which involve raising the body from a horizontal position into a handstand with the feet never touching the ground, are more commonly performed by adult bodybuilders.
But the young Romanian, who has been lifting weights since the age of two, broke his second Guinness World Record by performing the gruelling task 20 times in a row, destroying the previous high of 12
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