Student's 'Alien Body' Fools People Into Thinking Pictures Are Photoshopped
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If this is the sort of body you have shed blood, sweat and tears to achieve then look away because this teenager will put you to shame.
This 19-year-old student has tricked people into thinking his pictures are photoshopped after posting images of his 'Alien Age' physique.
Bonheur Ntwari is blowing up Instagram with extraordinary images of his incredible v-taper bod, which he claims is currently the most exaggerated in the industry, with a taper that sees his bulging shoulders measure double that of his tiny waist - no one likes a show off.
Fitness fanatic Bonheur, from Brisbane in Australia, has an impressive frame for his age but the slender hulk wasn't born this way.
Two years ago he was just a tall and skinny kid, who dreamed of being big. Some could only wish of being tall and slim, talk about having it all.
Bonheur claims that he dreamed of becoming more muscular since he was eight-years-old, and now over a decade later, he measures in at 6ft 2ins tall and weighs in at 88kgs.
His look is so unique it has sparked a movement dubbed 'Alien Age Athleticism'.
Bonheur said: "I've always wanted to get bigger since I was eight years old, I visualised myself being a large person as I was extremely skinny and tall so I got a gym membership on my 16th birthday.
The Alien Age athlete has trained non stop for two and a half years since that day.
His exaggerated shoulders measure a staggering 53 inches around which taper down to a waist just 26 inches.
The effect looks similar to the results you would achieve wearing a corset.
The student and online personal trainer is in the gym six days a week and follows a strict routine which see him work his entire body over three days utilising split sets.
Get your pen ready because we're going through his exercise and eating rituals.
On Monday he works his chest, shoulders and triceps. That's enough for us thanks.
Then on Tuesday he focuses on back and biceps, completing the full body on Wednesday with legs.
Thursday is Bonheurs rest day before starting the same routine on Friday. One rest day? He needs to treat himself a little, or maybe that's where we're going wrong.
To compliment his intense workout routine, Bonheur follows a strict diet eating four meals a day, consuming around 150 grams of protein.
Post work out he consumes a special fruit and supplement shake to aide muscle growth and recovery.
The young athlete also drinks up to 3.5 litres of water a day.
He said: "Alien Age is a movement and company that inspires people to be proud of what makes them different.
"Many of us see differences as flaws but in the alien age family we embrace that, because after all what's the fun in looking like everyone else?
"The athletes behind alienage are dedicated and driven young athletes ready to take over the fitness industry and spread positivity.
"I'm sure everyone out there could relate to at least one of our athletes which is why diversity is our first goal.
"Most people get really surprised looking at my physique because it is something different and something never seen before.
"It's safe to say I may have the most exaggerated v taper in the industry, most love it some hate it but that's what Alien Age is about, being different and standing out."
Fair play to him.
With the physique of a superhero it's easy to understand why some people think his shirtless images have been photoshopped.
He continued: "I have been accused of photoshopping in the past but I just take it as compliment. It only means my physique is too good to be true."
Currently single, Bonheur has a busy schedule but is very focused about where he wants to be.
In March last year be took part in his first ever men's physique International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness competition, where he came third in a category full of people years older than him.
He added: "It only took me eight days to get ready for it and I am now training and putting everything in my next one that will be announced soon."
When asked if he had any advice to anyone wanting to follow in his footsteps he said: "Consistency is the main problem a lot of males face, stay consistent, get a good diet, train safe and results will come."
Well, you've either got it or you haven't and we know which category we go into.