Watch An 80-year-old Man Crushing It At Muscle Beach

Posted: Jul 6 2016, 5:32am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 6 2016, 5:35am CDT, in News | Latest Sports News

Watch an 80-year-old Man Crushing It at  Muscle Beach
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An athlete disguised as 80-year-old Man shows the body builders at muscle beach how it is done. Watch the hilarious prank video below.

Working out at the so called Muscle Beach in Venice California means you have a lot of self esteem. The open gym at the beach is a gathering place of body builders. Watch them react to a 80-year-old man doing heavy dead lifts like its nothing.

Thrillist hired former Junior Olympic weightlifter and Crossfit competitor Kenneth Leverich who is able to lift 535lbs and disguised him to look like a 80-year-old Grandpa.

The video has been already seen by over 14 million people since its release 14 hours ago. The video is sponsored by Smith & Forge Hard Cider. The prank looks though legit and Kenneth Leverich did not reveal himself during the whole stunt. The crowd around Muscle beach got bigger and bigger during the show off between the old man and the muscle beach regulars.

Watch the viral prank video below.

Watch below Kenneth Leverich in a Crossfit workout video.

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