Ted Lindberg has been raising for 75 years since he was just 12 years old. He remembers that gyms did not even have benches in the early days, and athletes had to sit on the floor or on self-made wooden planks. After Lindberg retired from construction, he regularly hit the gym to get out of the house and stay active. So Lindberg discovered the sport of powerlifting.
"I like a challenge and it's something athletic I can do," Lindberg said in his hometown of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Fox9 News.
Lindberg set a record for his age By benching 21
Now Lindberg is not satisfied with these two records and has a new goal: By the end of the year, he should set 300 pounds. He says he intends to break another world record when he turns 90 and wants to continue raising for the next 10 years. Lindberg shows all young people that age is just a number. Just because you rise in old age does not mean that you have to stop making profits.
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