Video: Chinese Toddlers’ flawless coordination Goes Viral, Internet Hails ‘Small Ninjas’

Video: Chinese Toddlers' flawless coordination Goes Viral, Internet Hails 'Small Ninjas'

A video exhibiting Chinese toddlers cruising in flawless coordination during a physical schooling lesson is worth a watch.

Shared on Twitter by former Norwegian envoy, Erik Solheim, the clip displays a group of young Chinese students showing off their athletic mastery.

The young kids, who seem to be around five to six years old, are seen sitting outdoors, progressing in flawless unison while rebounding a basketball in each hand. While sharing the video, Mr Solheim wrote, “WOW! Physical education class of kindergarten.”

Watch the video below: 

The viral video opens up to show the Chinese kids hopping two balls with both hands as they exercise their legs and move their bodies in perfect coordination. They flawlessly persist to bounce the basketballs as they shift their legs from side to side. At the end of the clip, the minors are also seen suspending their legs in the air as they bounce the balls without hesitance or mistakes.

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Since being shared, the video has taken the internet by storm. It has left Twitter users impressed. While one user described the toddlers as “small ninjas,” another stated that they are “so talented”.

“The world really isn’t going to be able to stop China. The focus is crazy,” jokingly wrote one Twitter user. “Core discipline and coordination. Something that is good for all schools. It’s why they have such self-discipline and smarts,” said another. A third user added, “The reason why China tops the Olympics medal list.”

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