Watch as LSU Gymnast Olivia Dunne Demonstrates Her Unbelievable Flexibility

The college athlete’s gymnastics routines and tricks regularly go viral.
Olivia Dunne

Olivia Dunne.

Olivia Dunne goes viral on TikTok nearly every other day for showing off her athletic prowess on the video-based platform. Just last week, the LSU gymnast demonstrated a splits to press handstand trick and shared her bars routine from a recent meet. 

Over the weekend, Dunne took to the platform to display her flexibility. In the clip, the 20-year-old athlete wore a lilac-colored sports bra and pair of athletic shorts, while her blonde hair was held back in a high ponytail.

Starting in a kneeling position, Dunne adjusted her ponytail and stretched one leg out in front of her while balancing on her other knee. She quickly dropped into a splits position perfectly in sync with the platform’s popular “Crunch” sound.

“Always a good idea to stretch,” she captioned the clip she shared with her 7.3 million followers.

Dunne further exhibited her flexibility over on Instagram, where she has an additional 3.8 million followers. The social media personality shared a photo of herself stretching in a leotard on March 26.

“Act natural,” she quipped in her caption.

“Yeah this is v natural to me,” teammate Aleah Finnegan commented.

“queen shiii🔥,” added Katie Sigmond.

“think you might blow our cover,” fellow LSU gymnast Elena Arenas stated.

After placing third in the SEC Championships on Saturday, March 18, the No. 6-ranked LSU Tigers will move on to the NCAA Regionals in Denver this Friday.

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