Meet the Iranian 6-Year-old wonder kid
Arat Hosseini is a 6-year-old Iranian boy whose first video caught the attention of the world a few years ago. In the video, “a little girl” was seen dribbling on a field. That little girl turned out to be the long-haired boy Arat, who was trained to be an athlete before he could even walk by his father.
Recently, photos of Arat’s six-pack abs and training videos have been spread, helping the boy’s internet star career “take off”.
The strongest 6-year-old boy in the world
Arat’s father, Mohammed Hosseini, said he started gymnastics for his son when he was just a 9-month-old baby. At the age of 2, Arat appeared in international publications. At the age of 3, Arat was able to climb the wall, swing the bar quickly – movements that require skills and physical strength that adults are unlikely to do.
Arat is most impressive in physique. The boy’s biceps, shoulder muscles, and chest are extremely solid. Many fans named Arat the strongest 6-year-old boy in the world. But that’s just the beginning.
A potential football star
Arat quickly discovered his passion for football and proved to be very “adept”, causing both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to keep an eye on them.
Born in Iran, Arat now lives in the UK to study at Liverpool Academy. When expressing his dream of one day playing for the Spanish football club Barcelona, Arat was praised and encouraged by Lionel Messi – his favorite player.
The boy has more than 4 million followers and regularly receives more than 1 million likes every time he posts a new photo. “After realizing my son’s talent, at the suggestion of people around me, I opened an Instagram account. It was especially welcomed not only in Iran but also abroad,” said Arat’s father.
On the contrary, Mohammad is accused of forcing his son to train too hard, depriving him of his childhood for profit. But Mohammad has always denied these allegations. He considers Arat to be an active child and enjoys sports activities.
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