The child bodybuilder who once won the Mini Mr. Olympia crown is now completely indistinguishable eight years later.
He hit the headlines for his accomplishments and said: KETV Then: “I love the results I get when I exercise.
“I want to look as muscular as possible. I was eating chicken and asparagus because that’s what bodybuilders do.”
The young man is rescued by his father, Bill, who also holds him back.
However, there are concerns that bodybuilding at such a young age can actually harm people’s bodies.
Physiotherapist Gibb Willett said:
“It gives me a lot of confidence. I feel great about myself.
Things are much different for Vince, who is currently a mechanical engineering student at Grand Canyon University, according to his LinkedIn profile.
He seems to be active in the academic world as well, writing:
“Besides this, I learned many other skills at a basic level, such as programming (MATLAB and C++), soldering and machining.”
he seems to have a passion now golf likewise.
According to his profile, he has been involved in golf course maintenance for the Omaha Country Club for the past two years.
Vince says his workday starts at 5:30 am and works 9 to 12 hours a day, 6 days a week.
It looks like he’s still active, and photos posted on his Instagram account show he’s going skisurfing and hiking in stunning Colorado scenery.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/20404232/child-bodybuilder-mini-mr-olympia-unrecognisable-now/ Child bodybuilder and former ‘Mini Mr. Olympia’ remains unrecognizable 8 years after winning weightlifting competition