Move over Giuliano and Claudiu, this 10-year-old girl might very well be the strongest kid in the world.
Naomi Kutin broke the women's world squat power-lifting record in Texas earlier this year when she hauled up an impressive 215 pounds -- more than double her body weight, NBC reports.
The 10-year-old New Jersey native competed at the RAW Unity weightlifting invitational in January, where she clinched victory in the 97-pound division by smashing the previous 209 pound world record held by a 44-year-old woman.
And the crowd certainly took notice.
"As soon as she landed that lift, and everyone knew she had broken the record, a roar of applause and cheering broke out," Naomi's dad Ed told the ParentDish blog.
Naomi's said the feat has also made her somewhat of a celebrity among her peers.
"It's great being stronger than everyone I know," she told the Sun. "I'm always beating the boys in sports at school."
Naomi said she first started weightlifting because she wanted to stand out.
"When I was younger, my friends would be doing a lot of things that I couldn't do, and I wanted to do something extraordinary," she told KIII-TV.
Watch the video below to see Naomi in action: