To top off the list of the world’s strongest kids, we start off with the young Russian chap.
Here is Andrey Kostash, junior Russian gymnast, bodybuilder and martial artist.
His tiny size is quite misleading as this guy packs a mean punch. At the age of 7, Andriy Kostash managed to complete 4,000 back-to-back push-ups in two hours and 29 minutes setting a new strength national record in Ukraine.
Richard Sandrak is a super-achiever that was born 15 April 1992. He went on to become known worldwide as Little Hercules.
He was born on Ukraine, then went onto become American bodybuilder, martial artist and actor, known for his muscular physique at an extremely young age, and for his appearance in the documentary The World’s Strongest Boy – Wikipedia.
He was connected with Frank and Sherry Goggin-Giardina, body-building, fitness and nutritional experts with the marketing clout to get Richard known.
Lifting 80 kgs
Frank and Sherry produced a healthy fitness program for the boy to follow and soon he was lifting 180 pounds. He continued to train in martial arts and by age eight had the strongest kicks and fastest punches in the world.
600 Push Up Record
During his childhood, Sandrak used to work out with his father and he would do up to 600 push-ups and sit-ups a day including 300 squats.
He was born June 18, 2004 is a Romanian gymnast and child bodybuilder.
Fastest ever ten metre (33 feet) hand-walk
In 2009, he was recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records after setting the record for the fastest ever ten metre (33 feet) hand-walk with a weight ball between his legs. Stroe performed the stunt in front of a cheering live audience on an Italian TV show, and has become an internet sensation as hundreds of thousands of people have watched the clip of him performing the stunt on YouTube.
Record for the number of 90-degree pushups
On February 24, 2010 he broke the world record for the number of 90-degree push-ups, which is an exercise where push-ups are performed without letting your feet touch the ground. Stroe managed 20 90-degree push-ups, beating his previous record of 12, live on Romanian TV. By 2011, Giuliano could do up to 40 90-degree push-ups.
Human flag and human flag pull-ups
Giuliano has also broken world records every year since then. Those include: human flag (1 minute 32 seconds), human flag pullups (31), and muscle ups (41). He also has unofficial records like 20 push-ups on 4 glass bottles, 10, 90 degree push-ups on two rings, 40 handstand push-ups, a one-handed handstand for more than 20 seconds, an iron cross for more than 40 seconds, and one-handed 90-degree push-ups on a pommel support.