A super fit Chinese doctor who has amazed millions with her incredibly muscular figure has said that gym training & # 39; just a hobby & # 39; be for her.
Yuan Herong, a 30-year-old traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, started exercising two years ago because she & # 39; wanted to look stronger & # 39 ;.
With the simple goal in mind, she goes to the gym five times a week in rain or shine, and her debilitating practice sessions have given her an incredibly torn body and hundreds of thousands of followers on social media.
Doctor Yuan Herong (photo) has astonished the internet after showing her amazing body on social media platforms. Yuan, 30, is from the Chinese city of Qingdao
The traditional Chinese practitioner confessed that sports in the gym was just her hobby. She said she would not give up her daily job, no matter how successful her training becomes
The fitness fanatic, who & # 39; the real Chun-Li & # 39; is mentioned, it told Ruptly: & # 39; I just consider it a hobby to practice naturally without medication. & # 39;
Images show that she is doing an intensive training session, including lifting weights, doing pull-ups and stretching muscles.
Ms. Yuan, a part-time model and competitor in professional bodybuilding competitions, told the Chinese press Netease she would not give up her daily job, no matter how successful her gymnastics training becomes.
Then she showed her hands full of calluses caused by her heavy training routine.
Ms. Yuan works in a traditional Chinese medicine clinic in Qingdao. She said she was proud of her body, although her hands were full of calluses caused by her heavy training routine
The online sensation is announced as & # 39; the real-life Chun-Li & # 39; to a character from video game Street Fighter. But some critics have accused her of it & # 39; feminine & # 39; to be
The online sensation was born into a family of doctors and her parents ordered her to leave her dream of being a kung fu hunter and to study traditional Chinese medicine for a stable future.
The gym enthusiast, whose husband is also a doctor and five years older, added that one of the things she liked best was to prepare meals with her partner with recipes based on traditional Chinese medicine.
She wiped the criticism from some internet users who accused her of being & # 39; feminine & # 39; to be.
& # 39; Whatever the others say, I don't care. I am indeed a fitness fanatic. As long as I'm happy, that's fine, & she said.
The doctors say she has always been a fan of sport since she was a child, especially the Chinese Kung Fu, but her parents wanted her to go to a medical school to have a stable career
In the beginning, Yuan started exercising because she wanted her to look & # 39; stronger, but the fitness fan, working in a clinic in East China, is now competing nationally
According to the doctor, she does not have to work shifts, so she is able to work out in the evening after work. She says she goes to the gym four to five times a week
Yuan works as a doctor in a traditional Chinese medicine clinic in Qingdao city in Shandong province in eastern China.
She has always been a sports fan since her childhood, especially the Chinese Kung Fu.
& # 39; Both my parents are doctors. In the beginning I didn't really want to study traditional Chinese medicine, I loved martial arts, & Yuan told MailOnline earlier.
& # 39; My parents told me not to give up my medical studies because they said it was a career that could benefit me all my life, & # 39; the doctor added.
Initially, Ms. Yuan took yoga class, but soon realized she couldn't help her grow muscle, which was her goal then, so she hired a private instructor for a year to give her training
Her destiny changed when she met Zhang Wei, a professional bodybuilder, through work. Mr. Zhang encouraged her to participate in bodybuilding competition and trained her systematically
Ms. Yuan followed her parents' advice and followed an academic route until she obtained a PhD.
But when her school days were over, the enthusiastic sports enthusiast finally decided to listen to her own heart. She started to spend more and more time at the gym.
& # 39; I started taking yoga classes, such as pilates, but then I realized that such training sessions could not really help me grow muscle, so I hired a private instructor to give me training. & # 39 ;
Ms. Yuan started bodybuilding after meeting Zhang Wei, a professional bodybuilder, through work.
Ms. Yuan is pictured with her muscles in a national competition of the Chinese Bodybuilding Association last month in Qingdao, the provincial capital of Shandong
The determined gym visitor tasted success when she won second place in the competition
Speaking of the future, Ms. Yuan said she wanted to learn martial arts through a Kung Fu master
Yuan shows off her Chinese Kung Fu movements on stage. & # 39; After I have earned some money, I will use it to hire a master and learn martial arts. I have never given up on my martial arts dream & # 39;
Mr. Zhang encouraged her to participate in the bodybuilding competition and designed a training system for her.
& # 39; Because I am a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, I do not have to work in shifts. That's why I can go to the gym at 5.30 pm when I'm done working. I go there four to five times a week, whether it rains or not, & Mrs. Yuan said.
& # 39; I thought about giving up. Training is a difficult, painful, tiring and lonely process.
& # 39; But when I saw my muscles becoming more and more muscular, I felt it was worth it, "said Mrs. Yuan, who is also modeling on the side.
In September the determined athlete tasted the success when she won the second place of class A women's competition in a national championship of the Chinese Bodybuilding Association.
Yuan Yuan, however, has never given up on her dream of becoming a Kung Fu hunter.
Speaking of the future, Ms. Yuan said she wanted to learn martial arts.
& # 39; After I have earned some money, I will use it to hire a master and learn martial arts. I never gave up on my martial arts dream & # 39 ;, she said.
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