Please tell me you remember Richard Sandrak, a.k.a. "Little Hercules," the kid bodybuilder who pretty much went down in history as the world's strongest child of all time. He was incredibly jacked at the youthful age of 8-years-old, and while some would say it is dangerous to lift at that young of an age, they can't argue with the results.
Here Richard was at 8-years-old back in 2000 compared to today, at age 23. I wouldn't go as far as saying he has a dad-bod now, but he's not quite as ripped as he was back then.
Personally, I'm a bit more into the body on the right. He looks like your standard L.A. beach bro now, and I think it's working for him.
So, what's he up to now? Well, he's a stuntman, and that means he literally lights himself on fire and dives into water at the Universal Studios Hollywood Water World show. He jumps into the water as a "firediver" at least 5 times a day. In other words, he is living the dream.
Check out this exclusive Inside Edition did on Richard:
The man no longer lifts weights? Wow. Why did he quit? His reasoning was essentially that he got too bored of it. Fair enough.
He still does chin-ups, skateboards, and runs up and down stairs so he's going to be fine. Don't worry about him.
He says his dream job would be to be a "Quantum Scientist" or "more specifically, an engineer" for NASA. And I'm not one to shoot down anyone's dreams, so I will refrain from commenting on that.
Seems like a cool dude, overall. Glad to see he made his way in life. Good for you, Richard!