You might remember the boy known as "Little Hercules."
He was an 8-year-old with bulging muscles and washboard abs who was widely considered the strongest boy in the world.
It's been 15 years since Richard Sandrak was a child bodybuilder, and now, he leads a very different life.
For starters, the 23-year-old no longer lifts weights.
He works as a stuntman at Universal Studios in Hollywood and is set on fire up to five times a day. Surprisingly, Sandrak also dreams of one day becoming an engineer for NASA.
If you want to see how much "Little Hercules" has changed over the years, check out the video up top.