Meet Gui Yuna, a one-legged bodybuilder from China who has gone viral on Chinese social media.
Viral sensation: Gui gained international attention after one of her TikTok videos went viral in China, where it received over 269,000 likes and more than 10,000 comments, according to CGTN.
After being called the real-life Chun-Li by social media users, Chinese doctor and bodybuilder Yuan Herong has brought the “Street Fighter” character to life by wearing cosplay.
A 46-year-old man in Singapore has turned himself into a professional bodybuilder after surviving a stroke that nearly killed him five years ago.
An internet celebrity and professional bodybuilder in China has gone viral for her incredibly muscular appearance, prompting internet users to call her the real-life Chun-Li from the fighting game franchise “Street Fighter.”
A 75-year-old grandmother from South Korea is proving age is just a number, as she wins awards in bodybuilding competitions.
Images of Lim Jong So went viral on social media recently after winning 2nd place in a bodybuilding contest, according to Koreaboo.
While most would assume that fitness instructors are among the last people on Earth to ever have health issues, one ended up in a coma after a shocking episode of a stroke earlier this month.
JZ Fitness, also known as “Muscle Dad,” is a popular bodybuilder and fitness instructor from Taiwan who now sits on a wheelchair as he recovers from the incident that messed up his family’s plans for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
In the video, which was posted in Zhang’s Weibo account, the International Federation of BodyBuilding and Fitness (IFBB) Bikini competitor can be seen wearing a bikini typical of professional bodybuilders during competition.
Meet Nhon Ly, a 55-year-old Vietnam-born bodybuilder from San Diego, California, who is practically a real-life version of Master Roshi, the great martial arts teacher from “Dragon Ball.”
A Chinese bodybuilder has taken the meaning of “Asian don’t raisin” to a whole new level.
The spectacular, age-defying physique of 69-year-old Xinmin Yang was showcased in a recent video from Chinese fitness media company Change Production, which aims to bring “authentic, preeminent and intriguing Western fitness culture to more Chinese young people.”
Ryu recently started posting videos on his Instagram account, which already has more than 43,000 followers.
A 22-year-old college student in eastern China won a bodybuilding tournament after extreme training and eating 70 egg whites a day.
Zhang Nu, who lives in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, emerged victorious in the 168-centimeter (66-inch) classic bodybuilding category of the China University Bodybuilding and Fitness Championship.
Meet Tristyn Lee, the 15-year-old bodybuilder who is more fit than most adults!
Lee, hailing from California, spends countless hours in the gym to make sure that his physique remains in top shape.