A bodybuilder girl has become a part-time part-timer in her first job since she was diagnosed with a rare bone disorder.
The 13-year-old, who wants to remain anonymous, started her job at a local bodybuilding gym as a teenager.
She said she has no idea what her new job will be, but said she’s not worried about missing out on her friends’ training.
“I think I’m gonna get used to it pretty quick, and I’ll be ready to go again when I get back,” she said.
The teen said she wants to start her own bodybuilding team.
“It’s not like I don’t want to do it, I just want to make sure I do it well and that it’s something I really enjoy doing,” she added.
“The gym’s going to be a great place for me to work and to get the experience I need, which is just being able to work out and train and compete.”
The teenager said she hopes to work with others to make their own bodybuilders stronger.
“Just doing this alone is a big thing for me.
If there’s someone who’s got similar abilities, they’re gonna really benefit from it.”
The teen’s bodybuilding coach, who is a member of the World Bodybuilding Federation, said she believes the teen has the potential to be an outstanding competitor.
Her dedication, passion and drive is inspiring,” said the bodybuilder’s coach.