Cambridgeshire Live reported.Known as the "the world’s most flexible girl", the teenager set a world record for the most number of repetitions of the most flexible backbend movement in the world, named the 'Liberty Low Down'.READ MORE: The most bizarre Guinness World Records - from largest condom to oldest male stripperLiberty was able to complete an impressive 11-and-a-half repetitions of the movement in just 30 seconds.The teenager set the record for the new challenge the Guinness World Records team created for her.Raam Barros, Liberty's father, took time to praise Spiral, the gymnastics club where Liberty trains.He said: "Around Peterborough and Cambridge it's one of the best places in the UK for gymnastics."It's difficult to find a club that take on boys but Spiral does."Katherine Everett, the owner of Spiral and former Olympic gymnast, was praised from Raam for allowing Liberty to train and film her performance with Spain's Got Talent in the confines of the gym.Raam added: "This particular record I find to be particularly hard on the body, I'm not a fan of getting practitioners to do this move.
Most people can't do a complete squat to the floor let alone this move.“The thing with her is she's got so much going on, we're preparing her for the next round of Spain's Got Talent, so it’s been difficult to manage big events around the same time.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here."She's got to do meetings with producers, she has to eat right and get the correct nutrients in.Read more on dailystar.co.uk