Motivation! Pumping iron, breaking records, into his 90s.

In his blue singlet, John Gilmour strides up to the bench and gets into position.

Competing in the American Athletic Union's North American powerlifting championships in Las Vegas in July, Gilmour has his eye on another record.

At 92, he has a full head of white hair and a powerfully built chest. The former Marine raises the barbell off its rack, brings it down to just above his chest then presses it back up, his arms shaking only slightly with the effort.

The great-grandfather has just pressed 209 pounds, an American and world record in the 90- to 94-year-old Lifetime Masters category.

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