Child bodybuilder ‘Mini Bruce Lee’ who can blow up his mother with a kung fu kick and does two finger push ups

RYUSEI Imai is a big fan of Bruce Lee and now has a toned physique befitting the martial arts legend.

The 12-year-old is already strong enough to knock his mother down with a kung fu kick, and his grueling workout includes two-finger push-ups.

Ryusei Imai has built a toned body with a tough training program

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Ryusei Imai has built a toned body with a tough training programPhoto credit: Instagram
The 12-year-old has become known as

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The 12-year-old has become known as “mini Bruce Lee”.Photo credit: Instagram
The video shows him knocking his mother down with a kung fu kick

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The video shows him knocking his mother down with a kung fu kick
Ryusei does push-ups using only his fingers

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Ryusei does push-ups using only his fingers

Young Japanese has been watching Bruce Lee’s films since he was a year old and sets out to emulate his hero.

“I want to be as cool as Bruce Lee. I want to be as fast as him,” he said

Ryusei trains every day with stretches, floor exercises, as well as bodybuilding and outdoor runs.

One video shows him knocking over his mother, who is sitting in a chair, while in another he can be seen balancing push-ups on his fingers.

Known as “mini Bruce Lee”, he has already amassed almost 500,000 Instagram followers and has appeared on television in his home country.

Ryusei says that he also stands out at school because of his muscular build.

“In gym class, whenever I change my friends, my friends say, ‘Your muscles are great,'” he said.

His parents often played Lee’s films because their son noticed that he copied scenes perfectly.

“I’ve been watching his movies since I was a year old and trying to be like him,” he said.

“I made a lot of mistakes at the start because I couldn’t get the exact timing.

“Sometimes I was too fast, sometimes too slow, but I’m getting better and better. Now I can imitate his movements along with the movies.”

Father Ryuji said the couple were bonded through his devotion to Bruce Lee, who died in Hong Kong in the summer of 1973 at the age of 32.

“I love Bruce Lee and Ryusei too,” his father told Barcroft TV.

“I want him to devote himself to what he loves with an honest heart. And never give up. As long as he remembers it and is having fun.”

Ryusei seems to be following in the footsteps of the strongest girl in the world who once knocked down a tree.

Evnika Saavakass became a boxing star five years ago when she was filmed throwing 100 punches in just one minute at the age of just eight.

Her talent was spotted immediately at the age of four by her father, Rustram Saadvaskass, who is a professional boxing trainer.

Meanwhile, a boy who was once dubbed the world’s strongest kid looks unrecognizable 13 years later.

Michigan’s Liam Hoekstra was given the nickname “Mini Hulk” at the age of three when his insane muscles sparked media and medical insanity.

Back in 2014, he starred in a documentary called The World’s Strongest Toddler, in which doctors dubbed him a “medical mystery.”

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