Watch NCAA Athlete Olivia Dunne Show Off Remarkable Coordination Skills

The LSU gymnast demonstrated her leaping abilities on TikTok.
Olivia Dunne

Olivia Dunne.

College athlete and social influencer Olivia Dunne can do it all. LSU’s star gymnast recently demonstrated her extreme flexibility on TikTok, and the 20-year-old followed up by participating in a recent trend on the platform that showcases her coordination skills.

In the clip, Dunne stood in the gym with her arms behind her back. She wore a black tube top and LSU-branded gray sweatpants, while her blonde hair cascaded around her shoulders.

She began jumping along to the “left, right” instructions of the platform’s popular track, “Follow the Leader” by Rumba Del Sol. Dunne’s leaps got more dramatic as the video went on, which she continued to execute flawlessly with her hands remaining behind her back.

“this was lowkey hard,” the college junior wrote in the caption of the post she shared with her 7.3 million followers on the platform.

The clip has racked up nearly two million views in two days, and tons of Dunne’s followers shared their thoughts in the comments section.

“I was raised [roll] tide till the day I died but ever since I saw you....I’ve been an LSU fan!” one person quipped, to which Dunne responded, “we love to hear it.”

“Bro, how many times did this take you I NEED to know,” someone else asked.

“Easily the most impressive thing I’ve seen in my life,” another fan gushed.

Dunne and her No. 6-ranked LSU Tigers teammates are headed to the NCAA Regionals in Denver today.

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