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Argentine gymnastics Federico Molinari has invented a joint exercise with his children.
Federico Molinari of Argentine gymnastics has invented a joint sport with his children, according to Sputnik.
Valentino and his four and two-year-old sons, Cirro, exercise when they are in the arms of their father.
“This is a different way of showing gymnastics to fans of the sport, and it can also be learned very early on,” Molinari explained.
This gymnast ensures that children’s safety is her primary concern and her young children have never suffered any injuries while playing.
“I try to take care of them as much as possible,” the athlete explained. “The most important thing is to take care of them, to hold them in front of my shoulder so that my children will not have trouble jumping.” .
Paula Conancio, the wife of Molinari and mother of Valentino and Siro, says she initially feared her husband would play with the children. The first time he did this was Valentino, 6 months old, but the exercise was also very exciting for the kid.