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Super Fit Granny Wows The Internet With Her Amazing Gym Workout

Tired of going to the gym to get that beach-body you always wanted? Let this 69-year-old granma enlighten you.

Age is just a number. This statement has long been used to describe stories about big age gaps in a relationship or people not looking what their peers would do at a certain age. Although there are lots of stories that cover the former, this one is about the latter.

Geralda Barbosa, a 69-year-old resident of Serra, Brazil, has become popular for all the right reasons as she proves that aging doesn’t necessarily mean you should let yourself go.

Meet 69-year-old Geralda Barbosa.

In 2013, the Brazilian grandmother felt the effects of almost seven decades of struggling in life. Her muscles have weakened and started to sag underneath her skin. She also got tired easily, especially when climbing stairs.

This became her wake-up call. At the time, she realized that she had to do something for her health since she didn’t want others to be burdened in taking care of her. After gathering up her determination, Geralda went to Academia Expressão Saúde, a gym near her residence. There, she began to work out and regain her vigor.

Geralda works out three times a week and allows herself some time to rest.

Now, the 69-year-old grandmother-of-four hits the gym three times a week. To top it off, she was able to build her body in a way that most people half her age would’ve wished they could.

“What I want is to stand up and be independent and that’s my motivation,” she said as cited by Brazilian media No Amazonas É Assim.

“My concern is with this old age that is coming because I do not want anyone to have to carry me, I do not want to give work to anyone.”

Aside from going to the gym, the 69-year-old granny also participates in other fitness activities like rock climbing, sharing the thrilling experience through her Instagram account.

She also became an inspiration for many Academia Expressão Saúde patrons, especially after the gym shared footages of her work out routine.

The videos were posted on the gym’s official Instagram page where it earned more than 26,000 views and hundreds of comments.

Geralda was dubbed as the “Gym Grandma” after her video became viral online.

“Dona Geralda !! She’s been training for 5 years now. But she trains! Is that you? What’s your excuse? Stop the excuses, do your part and your life will be better, longer lasting, healthier and more willing,” one commenter wrote.

This proves that no one is too old to become fit and healthy. Watch Geralda in action in the clips below.

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6 Countries Where Workers Get The Longest Lunch Breaks In The World

These countries have lunch breaks the US can only dream of.


Lunch is reputedly the most important meal of the day. It replenishes the energy spent in the morning and provides us with enough power to last the day. However, with the busyness of today’s world, many people take their lunch breaks for granted.

Lunch break in the United States seems to be a forgotten concept. However, some countries are serious about the importance of lunches and choose to take long breaks in middays. Allow us to give you a virtual tour of the countries with the most extended lunch breaks.

1. Spain - 3 hours


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Woman Rants After Her Boyfriend Spent £1,300 For Her Engagement Ring

She’s not happy with the ring’s price – and its size!

Diamonds, they say, are a girl’s best friend. Well we actually couldn’t say the same for this one woman who recently went viral after she complained against her fiancé. Apparently, she says he spent around £1,300 (US $1,650) on purchasing her engagement ring – and she’s disappointed!

The story immediately spread on social media and was later on picked up by various websites. As expected, the woman’s action has since gained mixed reactions from netizens everywhere.

She’s not happy with the ring’s price – and its size!

In a Mumsnet post that has since been deleted, the woman wrote: ...

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What To Do Before, During, and After a Flood

Do you know what it takes to survive a flood?

Flooding has become a serious (and more frequent) problem these past several years, not only in the United States but in many nations across the globe. According to the National Geographic, flooding in the US leads to $6 billion worth of damage and the loss of about 140 lives every given year.

Meanwhile, a 2007 report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development even confirmed that “coastal flooding alone does some $3 trillion in damage worldwide.”

Climate change is real and now we’re paying the price.


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