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Monday 2/12/2018 5:04 AM Click to link directly to this post, then copy the URL in the address field: The Story of Thor in the Real life

The story of thor in the real life

Ben Mudge was born with cystic fibrosis, a disorder of the lungs that prevented him from doing certain things, one of them exercising.

And since childhood, Ben is known as an active child. However, when he was 18 years old, he suffered from a lung infection due to cystic fibrosis. He also had been treated at the hospital.

At that time the doctor said that his lung capacity was only 66 percent. It's pretty low for a young person's size.

"It's horrible, I've never had trouble with breathing before, but after that I often felt as though someone was squeezing my lungs, and that's when I knew I had to work out," Ben told The Independent.

According to the Mayo Clinic, cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease that causes damage to a number of organs, including the lungs and digestive system.

In short, other than difficult to breathe, this condition can cause disturbances in the digestive so that they are difficult to raise the weight.

But Mayo Clinic also said regular exercise can help improve lung and heart function with cystic fibrosis.
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Ben claimed to start exercising since 12 years ago. Now at the age that has stepped 27 years, hard work was paid. Her lung capacity currently reaches 95 percent, thanks in part to the gym exercises she does on a regular basis.

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"Initially only to lift barbell is difficult," he said. But now posting on Instagram filled by various exercises that successfully do.

There is an interesting story why he was called Thor. The man who claimed to admire the figure of the god of Asgard it tells, then a friend commented if his face resembles Thor while practicing in the gym.

From there he decided to lengthen his hair. "Lengthening the hair to be similar to Thor is also an important part that keeps me motivated and encourages me to keep practicing," he said.

He even became the inspiration for his 55,000 followers on Instagram, especially for people with cystic fibrosis.
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