WATCH: Athlete with Cerebral Palsy Imitates Michael Phelps in Side by Side Training Video

A overwhelming new video shows a 22-year-old male with intelligent palsy training for the IRONMAN 70.3 foe this weekend in Florida.  

The footage of Johnny Agar, who was innate with intelligent palsy, is posted corresponding with a 2016 Under Armour blurb featuring Michael Phelps patrician ‘Rule Yourself.’

Agar, who attends Aquinas College, is seen study Phelps’ training and mimicking his movements on a lane and in a gym. His mom edited a video.

Phelps took notice of Agar’s implausible strength and took to amicable media on Wednesday to wish him luck.

“Thank we Johnny for being such an impulse to us all. Love your chronicle of #RuleYourself,” Phelps wrote on Twitter.

It seems a 28-time Olympic medalist even gave Agar a pep speak on a phone.

“I had an overwhelming discuss with @MichaelPhelps only a small while ago! He gave me a pep speak for my arriving Florida 1/2 @IRONMAN,” Agar wrote on Twitter.

Agar, who lives in Rockford, Michigan, grew adult wanting to play veteran sports.

His father, Jeff, was a Detroit Tigers awaiting in a 1980s, and Agar has always felt drawn to athletics. Five years ago, a father-son twin began using together. They’ve given finished half marathons, marathons and triathlons.

And now, Agar will try a IRONMAN 70.3.

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