In this place in Mongolia, you will see small girls move with grace and extraordinary flexibility. At such a young age, you would be surprised to see them do such daring moves as if they are merely walking around the room.
How can these positions be executed so easily by these young girls? Perhaps, their purpose makes them strive for greatness. Check out the story below!
For four hours each day, she and the other schoolgirls train to be contortionists.
In addition, the palace of Genghis Khan was known as the place where contortionism was perfected.
Just like any other sport, she had to learn everything. When she was only six years old, she was already undergoing intensive training to be a contortionist.
Because of so much pain, she could not help but cry in front of her teacher. She felt discouraged, but she did not give up.
Their training room is located in a basement at some back street in Ulan Bator, which is the capital of Mongolia.
After all, Mongolian contortionists are highly prized as their performances are often splendid.
Once they have been hired by international theatrical producers, their economic future will be more stable and they will get to travel around the world.
For example, they are required to accomplish this headstand while their teeth are clenched on a pole.
Aside from it being practiced for so long, it is mostly done by girls or young women.
In order to assure that they will be trained greatly, the 22-year-old contortionist Urangoo supervises them.
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