Could a pair of Romanian brothers be the world's strongest kids?
Giuliano and Claudiu Stroe have been weightlifting since they were just two-years-old. Now, they're showing their impressive strength training exercises to world in a jaw-dropping YouTube video that puts any adult workout routine to shame.
The boys, ages 7 and 5, live in Galati, Romania, and train for about two hours each day with their father.
Giuliano, the older of the two brothers, has even broken records. By 5-years-old, he had been listed twice in the Guinness Book of World Records, once for hand-walking and again for "air push-ups."
Of course, not everyone is a fan of the boys' rigorous routine, and some question whether the training is harmful to their health, the Mirror reports.
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