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The three-year-old Yoshi Koge can be seen in the video about an obstacle course his father built for him in the backyard

Ninja warrior in the making: video shows stubborn toddler approach obstacle course built by his father

  • Three-year-old Yoshi Koge from Ohio loves the TV show & # 39; American Ninja Warrior & # 39;
  • His father decided to build a mini obstacle course in their back yard with six obstacles
  • The little warrior wore a headband and jumped, crawled and ran across the court
  • The fun video went viral and ninja Yoshi appeared on a TV talent show
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Three-year-old Kelson Masayoshi Koge, or Yoshi for short, had to train on a mini obstacle course his father built for him.

In a video filmed by Yoshi & # 39; s mother, the knee-high ninja can stubbornly avoid six obstacles, including jumping over an obstacle, balancing on a wooden board, crawling under a barrier and running across the finish line.

The little warrior pulls a headband and pumps his arms while he runs as fast as his small legs can carry him.

The three-year-old Yoshi Koge can be seen in the video about an obstacle course his father built for him in the backyard

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The three-year-old Yoshi Koge can be seen in the video about an obstacle course his father built for him in the backyard

One of the obstacles is a wooden board on which the small headband-wearing ninja must balance sideways

One of the obstacles is a wooden board on which the small headband-wearing ninja must balance sideways

One of the obstacles is a wooden board on which the small headband-wearing ninja must balance sideways

His father was inspired by the favorite TV show & # 39; American Ninja Warrior & # 39; from his son in Bucyrus, Ohio.

& # 39; The more we watched the show, the more he would like to do it & # 39 ;, Ken Koge told Bucyrus Telegraph Forum.

& # 39; So we would put something down and he would jump over it or climb the couch. & # 39;

Yoshi asked him to make a complete course when he was cleaning the garage one day.

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& # 39; We have put out a few pieces of wood here and there and just made something provisional and he was completely excited, & # 39; said the proud father.

Yoshi & # 39; s mother, Kimberly Koge, originally posted the video in 2015.

The little warrior has a fearless expression on his face as he runs through the home-made adventure course

The little warrior has a fearless expression on his face as he runs through the home-made adventure course

The little warrior has a fearless expression on his face as he runs through the home-made adventure course

Hoera! The toddler crosses the finish line and gets a huge crowd after his mother has posted the video on YouTube

Hoera! The toddler crosses the finish line and gets a huge crowd after his mother has posted the video on YouTube

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Hoera! The toddler crosses the finish line and gets a huge crowd after his mother has posted the video on YouTube

& # 39; My toddler is obsessed with the American Ninja Warrior, so my husband made him a course today and he killed him! & # 39; she wrote in the description.

Since then, the video has collected more than 520,000 views on YouTube.

Yoshi has developed a decent fan base and even appeared in NBC & # 39; s pint-sized talent hunt & # 39; Little Big Shots & # 39; in 2016.

Yoshi appears in NBC & # 39; s pint-sized talent hunt & # 39; Little Big Shots & # 39; (photo) in 2016 with host Steve Harvey

Yoshi appears in NBC & # 39; s pint-sized talent hunt & # 39; Little Big Shots & # 39; (photo) in 2016 with host Steve Harvey

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Yoshi appears on NBC & # 39; s pint-sized talent hunt & # 39; Little Big Shots & # 39; (pictured) in 2016 with host Steve Harvey

Yoshi makes the audience laugh when he & # 39; no & # 39; answers the question from Harvey & # 39; were you born a ninja warrior? & # 39;

Yoshi makes the audience laugh when he & # 39; no & # 39; answers the question from Harvey & # 39; were you born a ninja warrior? & # 39;

Yoshi makes the audience laugh when he & # 39; no & # 39; answers the question from Harvey & # 39; were you born a ninja warrior? & # 39;

The knee-high ninja completes a much more challenging obstacle course than his self-made one

The knee-high ninja completes a much more challenging obstacle course than his self-made one

The knee-high ninja completes a much more challenging obstacle course than his self-made one

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Yoshi made the audience laugh when he & # 39; no & # 39; replied to Steve Harvey's question & # 39; were you born a ninja warrior? & # 39;

The little boy completed a challenging course and even got a play-by-play of his run, named by & # 39; American Ninja Warrior & # 39; host Akbar Gbaja-Biamila.

Yoshi also appeared on the NBC Fan Fest in 2017.

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