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Chinese female bodybuilder with one leg aims to help 85 million people just like her
Gui Yuna has achieved more than most in her young life. At just 37-years-old, the Chinese mother-of-one, prize-winning bodybuilder, Olympian and world-record holder is no slouch when it comes to kicking big goals - despite having lost a leg in a tragic accident when she was just seven. Bullied relentlessly throughout school and discriminated against while searching for work, Gui’s biggest disability was the way other people saw her. On January 20, 2021, her birthday, Gui’s greatest reward is the steps she is taking to help millions of Chinese like her believe they can do anything. Something she is living proof of. With help from a local disability association in Yancheng, in the eastern Jia
The Chinese bodybuilder who’s 70 and lifts more than you do
Chinese bodybuilder Yang Xinmin has an impressive physique for a man of any age… and he’s 70. One of China’s first bodybuilders, he began training in 1984, in his mid-30s. Yang, who lives on the southern Chinese island of Hainan, boasts that he’s stronger than most young people, even at his age. Check out our video, above, for more.