Maharashtra's Pratik Mohite secure place in Guinness World Records as shortest bodybuilder
A man from Maharashtra recognised as Pratik Mohite has been selected as the shortest competitive bodybuilder (male) by Guinness World Records.
If you have the strength to defeat your weakness, then anything is possible. What one might think of liability can be transformed into his power if he is brave enough. A similar development occurred in Pratik Vitthal Mohite’s life as he decided to secure his name in Guinness World Records.
Yes, an inspiring journey of Maharashtra man published by Guinness World Records on YouTube. Pratik Vitthal Mohite is just 3 feet 4 inches tall and says, "Your height might be short, but your dreams must be big."
Born with short arms and legs, Pratik began bodybuilding after watching his uncle. In 2016, he competed in an event for the first time. After many years of hard work, Pratik has reached this stage. Initially, he discovered it challenging to pick up the stuff because of his tiny hands. But he continued to do so and found a way out. Pratik applied for the Guinness Records after a friend's suggestion. The process was delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic and was confirmed in February 2021. According to Guinness Records, Pratik maintains a strict practice regime. His morning starts with a 30-minute run.
After having a healthy breakfast consisting of excellent diet food, Pratik hits the gym for two hours. We can also see his photographs during the workout on his Instagram. Pratik's evening concludes with another 30-minute run.
Pratik desires to pass on the advice that nothing is impossible in the world. To those people who have similar bodies like his, he says anything can be achieved through dedication.
Pratik Vitthal Mohite enjoys playing cricket with his friends and intends to start his own gym in the future to encourage and guide like-minded future athletes. Pratik also wants to venture the record for most push-ups in a minute in future. Watch the video.