In a typical suburban neighborhood
outside Las Vegas an average American family is just
starting its day. Dylan, JJ! But this family is going to have to
do some heavy lifting Good girl! There we go. To push their bodies above and beyond average because… We’re the strongest…family…in the world! Yeah! Come on, honey. Almost there. All day long. Nice. Nice! C’mon! Nick, Callie, Dylan and Jessica Best train their bodies up to 240 hours each week. 2, good. 3, good JJ! While some pediatricians warn against weight training for kids 11 year old Dylan routinely dead-lifts 130 pounds. I do like working out. It’s like my coffee in the morning. If I don’t do it, I don’t feel right. Squat down, lower your butt, pull back on your heels. Pull back on your heels and stand up. Pull, pull back, pull back, pull back, pull back! You got it! Stand up! That’s pretty close. Dylan’s sister, Jessica, is a normal 46 pound 5 year old girl. Oh my gosh, JJ! Experts recommend children her age train with 1 pound weights. But she can lift 100 pounds. Oh my gosh! Wow, awesome! People think it’s strange that Jessica can lift double her body weight. but she loves doing it and she’s not hurting anything. I want to be like my mommy because she’s pretty and strong. Oh, I feel a little baby callus! Look, I see! Look at that! Our family is normal in the way we love one another but we’re not normal physically. And if that makes us bad, then I’m sorry, then we’re bad. The family obsession with muscle began way back when Nick was just a high school wimp. My sophomore year I was 5’3″ and 130 pounds and I went through a huge growth spurt at the exact same time I found weights and power lifting. Yeah nice, Nick! Good job, babe. Nick is a regular competitor on the strongman circuit where rivals
perform feats of strength and where Nick met professional strongwoman, Callie. He walked out of the elevator, our eyes locked obviously the first thing that I noticed about Nick where his physical attributes there’s nothing more sexy and a big, strong guy, period. but the Best’s don’t spend all day in the gym. To replace what they burn off while working out Dylan and Jessica consume nearly twice the
recommended calories for their age Nick eats anywhere between 10 and 15 thousand calories in a day If I don’t constantly feed I just won’t maintain this mass here’s 12 eggs and this is what Nick will go through in one day and that’s just for Nick. The whole family eats 10 dozen eggs every single week.