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Ernestine Shepherd: World’s Fittest Grandma Body Builder Just Celebrated Her 80th Birthday

Ever felt like you’re too old to even think about doing something? All things considered, you’re definitely not. What’s more, Ernestine Shepherd is confirmation of that. She’s the world’s oldest female weight lifter, and in all honesty, the iron-siphoning grandmother as of late turned 80.

The octogenarian Baltimorean was conceived on June sixteenth, 1936. She didn’t begin practicing until she was 56 years of age yet from that point forward she’s proceeded to win two female working out titles. From 2010 to 2011 Shepherd was even proclaimed to be the most established focused muscle head on the planet by the Guinness Book of World Records!

So what’s this 80-year-old body builder’s mystery? Order, assurance, and great good old difficult work! She gets up at 3 am, she runs around 80 miles (130km) every week, and she lives off a calorie-controlled eating regimen of bubbled egg whites, chicken, vegetables, and a lot of water. Nonetheless, the genuine mystery to her prosperity is basic: she never surrenders. So recollect that next time you’re stalling about setting off to the rec center.

Ernestine Shepherd is the world’s oldest female bodybuilder

Believe it or not, she just celebrated her 80th birthday!

She was born in 1936 but she didn’t start bodybuilding until she was 56 years old

Since then she’s won two bodybuilding titles

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She’s even in the Guinness Book of World Records!

She wakes up at 3am every day and she runs up to 80 miles per week!

She starts training at 8am, and her trainer is a former Mr. Universe

She lives on a diet of eggs, chicken and vegetables. She also drinks plenty of water

So what’s the secret to her success?

She never gives up! Happy 80th birthday Ernestine!

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