Muhamed Kahrimanovic was born in Bosnia in 1977. He is known for having the ability to break things, that seem unbreakable, with his hands.
Coconuts, concrete slabs and baseball bats don’t last long around this man.
Because of his special ability he has been nicknamed “Hammer Hands”.
He grew up in Bosnia. In his early years he attended school just like any other kid. His family was not well off and they struggled like any many other families in rural Bosnia.
As he grew up he noticed that he could break things which others could not. His interest in these special skills eventually made him famous around the world.
What is his Super Power?
Through his superpowers, Muhamed Kahrimanovic has become a Guinness record holder in twelve disciplines.
Some of the highlights include:
- He broke out of a locked car trunk in just fourteen seconds with no tools.
- He destroyed 55 baseball bats in under one minute.
- He has a Guinness World Record for breaking 118 coconuts with one hand in under a minute.
He has built his superpower abilities through combining his natural talents along with dedicated training.
What can we learn from him?
Some of the things we learn from Muhamed Kahrimanovic include that we should try different things since we never know where our talents may be hiding.
Through hard work we can achieve a lot.
It does not matter where we come from, or the kind of background we have had. Muhamed has achieved a lot despite the fact that he comes from a humble background.
What is Muhamed doing now?
Muhamed Kahrimanovic currently resides in Germany where he showcases his talent and also inspires others, especially young people, to work hard to achieve their goals.
Over the last few years he has been on more than 200 TV shows.
He has assisted more than 400 young people in Hamburg, Germany train in taekwondo, kickboxing, boxing and MMA.