Most of us only get to enjoy gymnastics once every four years when the summer Olympics take place. We watch in awe as some of the world's most talented artistic and rhythmic gymnasts tumble and flip during some incredibly difficult routines.
It's intriguing how the human body can allow some people to be able to pull off moves that the average person, like you and I, would find impossible to do. I mean, even dancing doesn't come easy for some of us, so I can't even begin to imagine myself jumping and doing the splits on a flat surface let alone a balance beam.
Surprisingly, the routines we see during the Olympics are just one aspect of a sport that requires skill, precision, artistry, strength and musicality. The extremely talented group TS Goetzis Zurcaroh, made up of 31 professional men, women and child gymnasts, embody all of these traits.
These gymnasts are unlike anything you've ever seen before, and as soon as they hit the floor at the World Gym for Life Challenge event, the entire room was in taken aback.
The group wore multi-colored skin-tight suits with green hair styled in a Mohawk, but that wasn't the only thing that made them stand out from the competition.
TS Goetzis Zurcaroh started their routine by gathering around a mat and performing simple moves with their limbs, but within seconds, they started to add some amazing elements that took the audience's breath away.
The talented group performed their awe-inspiring routine to a track by Mark Mancina and the famous Cirque du Soleil, and incorporated a number of lifts that had them soaring and flying towards the ceiling. It's impossible to figure out what heart-stopping move they would pull-off next, but each one leaves you feeling more amazed than the one before. Despite their large number, they still managed to keep every move in-sync, which is very impressive.
This is the type of performance that you don't see everyday, not even at the Olympics, so you'll really have to watch it to believe it.
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