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97-Pound Woman Attempts To Lift 90,000 Pounds

Weighing in at 97-pounds soaking wet, <B>Thienna Ho</B> plans to deadlift more than 90,000 pounds and break a <I>Guinness World Record</I> on August 14.

Weighing in at 97-pounds soaking wet, Thienna Ho plans to deadlift more than 90,000 pounds and break a Guinness World Record on August 14.

Monday, July 26, 2010 0:43 GMT

SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One tiny, 97-pound woman is dead set on deadlifting more than 90,000 pounds.

On August 14, nutrition specialist Dr. Thienna Ho will hit the St. Emydius Gym in San Francisco in an attempt to break a Guinness World Record for the most weight deadlifted in one hour.

The current record is 90,058 pounds, so Ho figures she’ll have to lift her loaded barbell at least 2,000 times to break it.

But the small athlete isn’t sweating it.

Ho is confident the record is hers because for the past eight years she’s been on a special sulfur-rich diet that gives her super-strength.

She eats sulfur-rich vegetables like cabbage, onions, and garlic because she’s discovered that sulfur is useful in cleansing the body and pumping more oxygen into muscles.

This allows her to harness superhuman force and energy and accomplish the unthinkable, like the time she broke the world record for sitting static on a wall for nearly 12 hours.

Ho’s upcoming deadlift attempt will stream live at 12:30 PM PT on http://www.livestream.com/thiennainc.

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