Should I put "from living a priviledged life?
As I watched Emily help her mother out of the wheelchair, I realized her physical strength came from hard work rather than living a privileged life.
Living a privileged life does not tend to provide anyone with physical strength (unless, I suppose, one can afford an expensive gym membership or personal trainer and actually follows through with regular workouts). I would delete it and end the sentence after hard work.
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