Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor shows torn body, sends internet buzz (VIDEO)
KUALA LUMPUR, October 30 – A 30-year-old doctor of traditional Chinese medicine from Shandong province in China caused a stir on social media after posting a series of photos showing his unusually ripped physique.
A fitness fan, Yuan Herong started training two years ago to build a strong body.
She started hitting the gym five times a week, and her grueling workout schedule earned her an athletic look and over 110,000 Instagram followers.
In addition to showing off his impressive physique on social media, Herong also works as a part-time doctor and model.
According to UK Daily Mail, Herong works as a doctor in a traditional Chinese medicine clinic in Qingdao City.
Growing up, Herong said she had always been interested in sports, especially martial arts.
But her family encouraged her to go into medicine because it was a more stable career.
Following the advice of her parents, she pursued an academic path until obtaining a doctorate.
But at the end of his school years, Herong decided to listen to his heart and try to build his muscles.
“I started out by taking yoga classes, like Pilates, but realized that workouts like these couldn’t really help me build muscle, so I hired an instructor. private to train, âshe said.
She then began to practice bodybuilding after meeting professional bodybuilder Zhang Wei, who encouraged her to participate in bodybuilding competitions and designed a training system for her.
âTraining is a difficult, painful, tiring and lonely process.
“But when I saw my muscles tone more and more, I felt it was worth it.”
Herong’s hard work paid off recently when she won second place in the Class A women’s competition in a national championship hosted by the China Bodybuilding Association.
In the future, the determined bodybuilder aspires to practice martial arts and become a kung fu fighter.
âAfter I earn some money, I will use it to hire a master and learn martial arts.
âI never gave up on my martial arts dream,â she added.
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