A teenager has left his friends stunned after he took his trampolining to amazing new heights – completing the world’s first ‘septule kaboom’ flip.
Ernest Brenchley, who is part of the nine-person Radial Flipz group, is seen waving his arms as he builds up momentum during his trampoline bounces and swivels gently into a flip.
Meanwhile the astonishing video shows his friends starting to count and help the youngster set his pace.
Ernest Brenchley has completed the worlds first ‘septule kaboom’ flip on a garden trampoline
Rocket man: The dare-devil launches into the air before pulling his body tightly and somersaulting seven times
The thrill-seeker then somersaults with his legs held tight, hurling downwards in seven flips before making a hard landing on a mattress rested on the trampoline.
A septule kaboom is a trampoline jump involving seven flips in a row – where people make a seatdrop before lunging backwards into a spin.
It is no wonder that he is described as a ‘fearless machine’ by his Radial Flipz group who claim he is by ‘far the fastest rota in the team’ – and the footage has received 5,747 likes.
Ernest’s friends gleefully scream and pull him into an embrace after the unexpected spectacle – as he sprints off the trampoline reeling from his incredible jump.
‘Fearless machine’: He is described as by ‘far the fastest rota in the [Radial Flipz] team’ as he shows off his dynamic jumping skill to his friends
Proud friends: The group of youngsters crowd around the trampolining pro and make their delight known
Some can be heard shrieking ‘Oh my god’ while others are filming in the garden.
His other tricks include a sextuple kaboom to back, seputuple kaboom flatspin, 12345 in kabooms on gtramp, according to Radial Flipz.
And people were quick to show their amazement on social media, with joeyxflips commenting on the video: ‘Holy awareness.’
‘BBC NEWS, Man reaches neptune’, ryder_flipz said.
Louis.flipz joked that he was ‘kinda low’.