This Video Of This “Rotund” Diver Is Absolutely Amazing, And When You See Why….

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The belief that having a “perfect body” is a surefire method to win others’ respect and acceptance is one that is often promoted in society. The ideal physique is portrayed by society as the solution to finding love, getting a dream career, being in excellent health, and being well-liked, successful, and confident. In other words, we are told that having the ideal body is your ticket to a happy existence.

But what does this ideal physique resemble? This ideal for women may be a supermodel-like appearance, an athletic build, or an impossible-to-get body. However, men may have to deal with ideals that call for great muscularity, extreme thinness, or even both.

Given that you are aware of these values, you could be nodding your head at this point. If you’re like most individuals, you’ve probably experienced criticism for being either too thin or too obese or for simply not fitting the mold. Additionally, those who do not fit the traditional conceptions of gender could experience pressure to meet these standards.

However, this teenager even though he may be larger than average, is passionate about diving and wants the world to know that he can participate in the sport as well.

Proving that anyone can do a sport as long as they are willing to work hard and participate with all of their passion. He proved that he deserves to be a participant in the sport despite being larger size than average.

The boy showed that he was as talented as other people despite his plus-size frame, blew away viewers when he got on the diving board in front of the camera, stands on the diving board in the Arizona sun, throws his arms up, and then arcs into the air, performing a backward somersault, a breath-taking dive, beautifully executed by the 14-year-old Zeke.

On June 15, 2022, ABC15 Arizona published a video about the adolescent pilot, which was the first time they had covered him. The adolescent is interviewed for the article and discusses how much he enjoys diving and participating in the sport.

More than a thousand five hundred people commented in favor of the teen. Viewers from Arizona and other states have left the following comments.

“Props to the kid for his dedication! What he’s doing is not easy. What is even more important is that he is outside doing what makes him happy. Be happy, kid.”

“We need more positive news like this. I’m telling y’all, the more happiness we put out, the more gets generated. Do what you love in life. This kid is awesome!”

“The news needs more stories like this. Especially nowadays. Glad he’s having fun and enjoying himself. Way to stick with your dreams and ambitions, young man.”

“He’s adorable. Automatically just love the kid. You can tell he’s a great person from just listening to him. Wish him all the success in the world!”

“I’m just glad he’s enjoying himself. As to the weight… I was 200lbs by the time I was 12. The weight stayed all my life (I’m 54), but at about 16, it started tightening up. By the time I was 18, I was considered buff. This young man may just be coming into his stride. Keep up the diving and trampoline, and most of the all- have fun!”

“My plus-sized 50-year-old brother passed away in June of last year. I know he would have loved this kid’s talent!!! I am giving this a thumbs up for him!”

Watch the video below:

Sources: Awm, Foxchattanooga, Abc15

 

 



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