Guinness World Records, a reference book, contains a collection of world records, includes extremes of the natural world, animal and human achievements. The following world records will make almost everyone surprised by amazing physical strength.
World's strongest finger: Fu Bingli, a kung fu master from China, has proved he has the strongest fingers in the world. He made his name known worldwide and entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for his ability to complete 12 press ups on just one finer of his right hand. He started studying martial arts at the ages of seven.
Fu Bingli has the world's strongest finger
Fu Bingli can stand upside down supporting himself on just one index finger
World's Strongest Eyelids: Song Tao, a blinking marvel kung-fu master can use his eyelids to lift heavy buckets of water. He can lift approximately 100lbs of water just by closing his eyes.
Song Tao can lift approximately 100lbs of water
World's strongest kid: Liam Hoekstra is just three years old, however, this toddler has 40% more muscle thankids at his age. He can pick up two five-pound dumbbells.
Liam Hoekstra has an extraordinary gift of strength.
World's Strongest Great-grandma: Winifred Pristell, 70 years old, is named "Heavy Metal" for her records in the bench press at 176.2 pounds and 270 pounds in the deadlift, a weight training exercise. She works out three days a week.
Winifred first took up the sport in her late 40's
World's Strongest Insect: A certain species of dung-beetle has entered into the Guinness Book of World Records. A male Onthophagus taurus can pull 1,141 times its own body weight. This is scientifically explained that this amazing strength has a connection with its sex life.
A male Onthophagus taurus can pull 1,141 times its own body weight
The beetle's amazing strength is connected to its sex life
World's strongest girl: Varvara Akulova is just 13 year old. Her family was very poor and always lacked of food and basic things. She began doing sports at the age of four. Akulova could lift 220 lbs weights.
Varvara Akulova has become the subject of the Discovery channel's documentary "The World' Strongest Girl".
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