Olympians do not wake up one day and decide they want to be the greatest in the world.
To be honest, many of them did not even begin the trek.
It takes a particular sort of individual, beginning at an early age, to identify someone as a prospective Olympian one day.
Training for a few sports begins as soon as a child learns to walk!
Women’s gymnastics is one of the most competitive sports in the Olympics.
Many girls begin training when they are 3–4 years old! It’s actually amazing how long the process takes, but that’s what makes them so good by the age of 16!
Even so, many young individuals become involved in competitive sports just because they love it!
A 4-year-old youngster sprinting around a soccer field doesn’t always indicate he wants to be a pro one day—he’s just having fun!
The same may be stated for young females participating in gymnastics.
It’s still really sweet for all the grownups watching, whether it’s a small boy or female!
A new viral video demonstrates that gymnastics training does not have to be serious for young girls; it may just be charming!
This is an excellent example of how much a coach can influence a child’s love of sports. Ms. Kassie runs Heartland Gymnastics in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The video was uploaded to YouTube by Planet Gymnastics, a YouTube channel. It’s as simple as a young girl in a red leotard going on the floor and doing her thing!
It would go on to become a major viral sensation!
Ms. Kassie, the little girl’s teacher from Missouri, is showing her a routine!
The two take to the bouncing floor to rehearse their techniques.
The girls can’t be more than 4 or 5 years old, and they’re having a great time!
The child being shot trots out and into her starting pose, ready to go.
She makes her first move, a roll, towards her teacher.
Is there a single word to describe it?
She tries her hardest to accomplish a back roll, fails twice, tries again, and ultimately succeeds with some assistance!
She then performs a couple of nice leaps and is very pleased with herself. As her act concludes, she receives a well-deserved round of applause from the audience and dashes off to the sidelines!
Although the audience believed they were seeing a nice scene, they had no idea it would go viral!
It has already received over 10 million views since its January publication!
People all across the world believe it’s way too adorable to pass up.
While most renowned gymnastics films feature highly skilled individuals performing seemingly impossible stunts, this one is a little different—it’s just cute!