-Arat Hosseini is a footballer who started gymnastics at nine months old
- He later started dribbling balls and his parents realised he was a skilled footballer
- The ardent player who learns at Liverpool FC Academy has a complete set of six packs and swollen muscles
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A six-year-old boy from Iran who is an ardent football player has crossed over to celebrity status thanks to his unique physique.
At his tender age, Arat Hosseini already has a ripped body that includes muscles on his limbs and a stomach full of rock hard abs.
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Unlike kids his age, the dedicated Liverpool FC Academy student spends his days working out and lifting weights to keep his tiny body lean and fit.
He has discipline that can only be achieved by mature gym rats and a love for overall health and wellness.
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The footballer is a trainee of his father who manages his Instagram page.
The boy and his family live in Liverpool and his father is quite hopeful one day Arat will grow up to be a revered footballer.
Though the player’s body has abs anyone could be jealous of, his face still contains the innocence of a child.
Arat once admitted he always wanted to look like successful footballer Christiano Ronaldo and funnily the two could easily pass for a father and son duo.
Already, the six-year-old has four million followers on his Instagram page and the lot loves him to bits and use him as an inspiration to get their bodies in right shape.
At three, Arat became a sensation when he was captured on video scaling walls at home like spiderman but back then, people thought he was a little girl thanks to his long hair.
Arat’s father disclosed the young athlete started gymnastics before he turned one and loves being in the pitch.
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