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Little Big Guys (21 pics)

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Here are two very strong boys. The first one is 5-year-old Giuliano Stroe who was born in Romania and has been training since the age of two in Italy. The second boy is 16-year-old Richard "Tiny Tarzan" Sandrak. He was born in Ukraine and moved to the USA to become a movie star starring in Little Hercules. He could bench press 210 pounds (95 kg) at the age of six.

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№1 Author: velio70 (18 Oct 2010 01:33) Total user comments: 1654


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Oh my God!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! New Jersey took over Romania!!!!
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№2 Author: Slugsie (18 Oct 2010 02:09) Total user comments: 1519


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Isn't it really bad for young kids to train and workout like that? Doesn't it lead to developmental problems? Doesn't the freakishly weird abdomen of that second kid demonstrate that?
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (18 Oct 2010 02:11) Total user comments: 5518


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Kind of weird, in a not so good way.
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№4 Author: amerJD (18 Oct 2010 02:16) Total user comments: 1400


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№5 Author: raymond.wendt (18 Oct 2010 03:05) Total user comments: 9115


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better than being obese
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№6 Author: shewentwhoa (18 Oct 2010 06:58) Total user comments: 1327


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the last kid. like his face doesn't match his body.
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№7 Author: Ty Webb (18 Oct 2010 07:58) Total user comments: 6156


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his parents wanted a better life for him because of how terrible life was in the ukraine and they used the athlete card as a way out. I would normally be against something like this but it really worked out for them.
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№8 Author: salsapopo (18 Oct 2010 11:22) Total user comments: 12723


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freaks
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№9 Author: nico (18 Oct 2010 13:35) Total user comments: 3050


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№10 Author: joffenbaker (18 Oct 2010 14:32) Total user comments: 4965


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No, it isn't good at all. To be maxed out at such a young age, what is there to look forward to except muscles that require maintenance the rest of the life of the child.
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№11 Author: 2fuzzy (18 Oct 2010 14:56) Total user comments: 10400


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That is just wrong.
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№12 Author: Dallizzt (18 Oct 2010 16:39) Total user comments: 1467


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It's messed up is what it is.
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№13 Author: galz (18 Oct 2010 17:37) Total user comments: 2043


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№14 Author: Naphia (18 Oct 2010 17:43) Total user comments: 1071


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looks wrong to me
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№15 Author: fluorescentG (18 Oct 2010 19:48) Total user comments: 3958


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foul and irresponsible
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№16 Author: Lu (18 Oct 2010 20:36) Total user comments: 15082


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Whatever makes them happy.
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№17 Author: apari (18 Oct 2010 20:46) Total user comments: 827


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It makes me sad to see parents using their kids as cash-cows at the kids expense...
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№18 Author: adzhoe (18 Oct 2010 22:22) Total user comments: 14959


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Slugsie,... A while back If I remember correctly, that kid has a genetic anomaly of double muscle tissue which naturally gave him more definition. But yeah, heavy weight training at a too young age can cause bone development problems etc.
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№19 Author: Nsibai (18 Oct 2010 22:38) Total user comments: 5694


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№20 Author: amaury (20 Oct 2010 20:31) Total user comments: 71


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It's a Jersey thing!
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