Moustafa Ismail, a 24-year-old Egyptian bodybuilder has recently claimed the Guinness record for world’s largest biceps. His bulging arms measures 31 inches (78 cm) across. Mostafa Ismail has spent the past 10 years pumping iron at least twice a day. He started bodybuilding about ten years ago to simply get fit. But after he started getting compliments on his bulging biceps, he decided to focus on making them even bigger.
Moustafa Ismail eats as much as 3lbs of chicken, 1lbs of steak or fish and four cups of almonds washed down with two gallons of water and three litres of protein shakes a day.
Daniel Browning Smith discovered his extreme flexibility at the age of four. While roughhousing with his siblings in Meridian, Mississippi, he jumped off a bunk bed and landed in a split. From that moment on, he developed a fascination with contortionism and resolved to become the greatest contortionist the world has ever seen.
Starting out charging classmates to watch his tricks, he went on to tour with a traveling sideshow and continued to train alone and under legendary trainers such as Chinese Master Lu Yi in the ancient art of Chinese acrobatics. He now holds the Guinness World Record for most flexible man, as well as six other world records for his flexibility. Daniel can do almost anything with his body, from dislocating both his arms and legs to rotating his torso 180 degrees.