Rich Piani, a bodybuilder who was a professional bodybuilder in the early 2000s, recently posted a video of himself in a gym in France.
He had been working out and training for the past two months and was doing well.
However, he noticed something strange: a small piece of his stomach was not moving.
“It’s very difficult to describe,” he said in the video.
He began to think he might have a stomach problem.
When Piana checked with his doctor, the doctor told him that he would need to undergo a surgery to remove the stomach.
But the surgery had been delayed due to a number of reasons, including the fact that Piana was still trying to recover from his abdominal surgery.
It took about two months to get the surgery and he returned to the gym on a Wednesday, November 8, to perform his workout.
Piana then noticed that his stomach had turned into a large lump, and it was a bit heavier than he was expecting.
When he went to the hospital, the doctors told him he had a stomach ache, but Piana said the pain was completely gone and he felt better.
The next day, he returned home and noticed that he was still suffering from stomach aches, he told CBC News.
“When I go home I will tell my parents and my doctor,” Piana told CBC, “and they will say to me ‘you are better, you are fine.'”
The bodybuilder has since made a video about the condition, sharing the video on his Instagram account.
The video has received over 6.5 million views and has been viewed over 2 million times.
While there is no cure for stomach achey, Piana says he is optimistic that the surgery could help him get back to training.
Piani has been featured on the CBC News program “Bodybuilding for Health” and has also appeared on the Discovery Channel’s “Body Building: Life for Health.”
He says that after going through the surgery, he felt that he could now go out and do the same workout he had done before the surgery.
“I was really happy,” he told the CBC.
“But I didn’t think it would be that easy.”
The surgery that Piani underwent was performed by the University Hospital, in Marseille, France.
It is not clear how long the procedure will take.
Pianti also says he plans to get a new gastric band and an orthopaedic surgeon.