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.
A heartbroken middle-aged Japanese man decided to rebuild his life by turning into bodybuilding after his wife left him several years ago.
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A doll-faced student with an impressive muscular physique known as “King Kong Barbie” has become a recent sensation on Chinese social media.
Cheng Lu, 21, may stand a petite 5 feet and 1 inch, but she can lift 120 kilograms (264.5 pounds) on a squat — more than twice her current body weight.
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.”
Professional bodybuilder, Lilian Tan, just became the first Asian bodybuilder ever to hold four titles; she won the women’s 55 kilogram (121 pounds) category at the World Bodybuilding and Physical Fitness Championships in Chiangmai, Thailand.
On top of her 55 kilogram category win, Tan, who hails from Penang, Malaysia, also won the gold medal in the 30-year-old and above category at the 10th WBPF Championships on Friday, December 14, according to The Star. The latter is a newly introduced category in the competition.
If you, like so many of us, find yourself making excuses to skip workouts, we think this impressive transformation might be just the motivation you need to get back into the gym.
Liem Pham, a 19-year-old college student from California, was no stranger to light-hearted banter about his slender build while growing up.
Before becoming the muscular man that he is today, Zhang Shuai, a senior student at the Heilongjiang Institute of Technology in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, China, was once considered obese.
The 22-year-old student, who now works part-time as a fitness instructor, got into an accident two years ago that had led him to gain as much as 40 kilograms (88 pounds) in just six months, according to China Daily.
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 Yen Chun, the 26-year-old dentist and bodybuilder based in Silicon Valley who was crowned champion during the World Beauty Fitness and Fashion show in Sacramento, California in June.
Yen, a dentist by day and bodybuilder by night, won the competition with his amazing physique and good sense of fashion, which was showcased during the formal and casual wear phase of WBFF Sacramento 2017, according to CNA via Taiwan News.
Mou Cong has made history after becoming the first Chinese bodybuilder to win the championship for both women’s best figure and overall physique up to 5.4 feet tall at the 2017 Arnold Amateur in Columbus, Ohio.
Competing against 15 other ripped women on March 5, this badass 32-year-old has been granted membership into the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness, as well as a trophy, according to Shanghaiist.
Hwang Chul-soon is a South Korean bodybuilder who’s been called the “Asian Arnold Schwarzenegger” and “Korean Hulk” — all for obvious reasons.
He’s won a number of bodybuilding and fitness competitions all over America, placing first in the 2014 Musclemania Universe and the 2012 Musclemania World Championship.