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"I first noticed Dash had the beginnings of a six-pack about six months ago when I was changing his nappy," his mom Ursula told Daily Mail Australia.
According to Ursula, Dash loves everything physical and outdoors. His favorite exercise is jumping; he goes to an indoor trampolining center as often as possible for more than two hours at a time.
All that energy was evident early on—the Australian toddler started walking at 10 and a half months, does constant laps around the kitchen and climbs everything from bed frames to kitchen tables.
Dash also runs with Ursula from time to time.
"He's outside every day, come rain or shine. I used to run with him in the pram when he was a baby, and as soon as he hit 2, I took him out on what I thought would be a gentle jog."
Turns out Dash ended up running 4 kilometers—that's almost 2.5 miles! (While he's running circles around his home, many of us are just trying not to run late.)
Both she and her husband are both "reasonably fit," but Ursula asserts her son's toned body isn't from some crazy fitness regimen.
"I feed him as healthily as possible, but he always has his head in the fridge and loves ice cream," she said. "The most I can hope for at this stage is to feed him well and encourage him. Who knows what the future will hold?"
Dash's Instagram now has more than 7,000 followers. The big little guy was an IVF baby and "was expected to be two weeks early and smaller than average," said Ursula. He ended up being born two weeks late and weighed 10 pounds.
"Obviously I would love him to continue being so active, as it could lead to good things. I do harbor a dream of him doing sport professionally or taking part in the Olympics for gymnastics," said Ursula. "But I understand that the most important thing for now is that I have a healthy little boy and a fit kid."