Meet the three-year-old who loves exercise so much he’s already ripped as shit.
Little Dash Meager may have only just turned three but the toddlers already got a six-pack and bulging muscles from running and jumping around.
However his mum, Ursula, told the Daily Mail Australia that she’s not a fitness fanatic and feels ‘blessed’ to have such a healthy little boy.
I first noticed Dash had the beginnings of a six pack about six months ago when I was changing his nappy.
He curled his feet up towards the sky and I saw it and sent a picture to his dad saying ‘do you see what I see?’
He’s too young to realise he has it of course, but he’s already incredibly muscly and just loves to exercise.
I’m truly blessed to have such a healthy little boy.
Incredibly Dash has already completed a 4k run and goes bouncing on his trampoline for up to two hours at a time.
Ursula told the Daily Mail Australia:
I’m reasonably fit, as is his dad, but Dash’s love of exercise really came from his love of the outdoors. He’s outside every day, come rain or shine. I used to run with him in the pram when he was a baby, and as soon as he hit two, I took him out on what I thought would be a gentle jog.
But little Dash wasn’t always the picture of health. Ursula explained that Dash was an IVF baby and was expected two weeks early. Instead he was two weeks late and weighed a healthy ten pounds and continues to defy the odds.
His mum explained how he started walking at 10 and a half months, has been climbing from since birth and does constant laps of the kitchen, climbing the coffee tables and kitchen sides
The toddler’s mum has dreams of him becoming a sporting professional and hopes he could even compete in the Olympics one day.
I do harbour a dream of him doing sport professionally or taking part in the Olympics for gymnastics, but I understand that the most important thing for now is that I have a healthy little boy and a fit kid.
The tot’s already well on his way to being a star and has gained hundreds of followers on his Instagram account: @musclylittlemonster.
More of a concept than a journalist, Tom Percival was forged in the bowels of Salford University from which he emerged grasping a Masters in journalism.
Since then his rise has been described by himself as ‘meteoric’ rising to the esteemed rank of Social Editor at UNILAD as well as working at the BBC, Manchester Evening News, and ITV.
He credits his success to three core techniques, name repetition, personality mirroring, and never breaking off a handshake.