Teenage acrobat breathes ghosts as he performs dizzying new movements that no one ever thought possible
& # 39; You come from a different world! & # 39; Teenage acrobat breathes ghosts as he performs dizzying new movements that no one ever thought possible
- Shosei Iwamoto, 14, pulls the incredible blow at his gym in Kobe City, Japan
- If you share it on social media, it shows that he has a & # 39; Raiz & # 39; before he spins back
- Shocked fans responded to the video clip saying that the trick was impossible
- A Raiz is a valve described as similar to a hands-free cartwheel, but your feet are around your body instead of above your head
Danyal Hussain for Mailonline
This is the incredible moment when a 14-year-old acrobat repels an unprecedented trick that seems to defy the laws of physics.
Shosei Iwamoto is a teenager & # 39; Tricker & # 39; from Japan and has completed the sensational stunt in the TumDra gym in Kobe City.
He shares the clip with his 31,000 Instagram followers and names the move in Raiz, back out & # 39;
A Raiz is a trick similar to a hand-held cartwheel, but the feet kick around your body instead of above your head.
Not only does Shosei take the Raiz flawlessly, he also manages in one way or another to go back to where he started in one flowing movement.
His incredible trick has baffled fans on social media, with several pointing out that the move was something that had never been seen before.
One person said: & # 39; You are here to do everyone's dream tricks in real life! & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; Look at it again and again and still do not understand it. & # 39;
While a third person simply adds: & # 39; You come from a different world! & # 39;
A & # 39; Tricker & # 39; is an acrobat who combines kicks with somersaults and gymnastics twists and many dance moves to achieve breathtaking athletics fairs.
Taiichi Okada is the owner of the TumDra gym in Kobe City and has taught Shosei since he was eight.
Acrobat Shosei Iwamoto, 14, with his trainer Taiichi Okada, the owner of the TumDra gym in Kobe City, Japan, where the teenager & # 39; Tricker & # 39; perform his stunts
He told Mail Online: "I taught him from the age of eight and he loves Tricking.
& # 39; He is nice and I am proud of him. There are also old video's and he trains almost every day about four hours a day.
& # 39; It was in June 2013 that I opened the gym. Previously I lended a place in the gym for a year and I taught once a week.
& # 39; A year has passed, he came to my classroom. At that moment I saw his move (a wheel of a car) and thought: "I want to see his future".
The incredible images show that Shosei performs a Raiz, a trick that looks like a hands-free car wheel, but kicks the feet around your body instead of being above your head
However, due to his unique twist, Shosei was able to spin back to his starting point, without stopping, in one smooth motion
& # 39; So I found the building immediately and opened TumDra. & # 39;
And the latest video is just one of the incredible stunts with which Shosei is filmed in the gym.
Another clip from a few weeks ago let him perform an amazing flip after a wheel turn before adding another swirling flipper before he comes to rest.
Other clips allow him to perform various turns, somersaults and inverts in the air in a breathtaking display of dexterity.