Internet | May 19, 2017 5:00 am

Nine-Year-Old Indian Boy Breaks World Record for ‘Limbo Skating’

Pushing the bounds of human flexibility, he flies under 146 11 inch-high bars in less than a minute.

The video above is pretty hard to believe. Even harder to believe is that it’s not nine-year-old Tiluck Keisam’s first world record.

Hailing from Manipur, northeast India, Keisam won the Guinness World Record title in “limbo skating” on May 3 by zooming under 146 bars for a record 145 meters. It was all completed, as you can see, in just a single run of 56.01 seconds.

His first world record was for covering the farthest distance limbo skating in 2015.