ByMatt Juul, writer at Creators.co
Digital Arts and Entertainment Writer at Boston Magazine
Matt Juul

A dad will do pretty much anything for his daughter, so if she's a big American Ninja Warrior fan, that means turning the house into an awesome, homemade obstacle course.

Gavin MacCall recently shared a video of the incredible ninja training grounds he built for his five-year-old daughter, Lylah. The course comes complete with American Ninja Warrior classics like the quintuple step, warped wall, and even a pair of commentators.

"Her practicing everyday on the playgrounds around our neighborhood has really given her the strength for this course," MacCall wrote in a Facebook post. "This year's course got much more involved and would not fit in the house."

American Ninja Warrior's social media team caught wind of the video and reposted it on Wednesday, calling Lylah the "next Jessie Graff."

The clip has gained more than 26 million views on Facebook in less than 24 hours. By comparison, that's already a quarter of the total views for the video of Graff's historic run from August.

It looks like the Supergirl stuntwoman isn't the only one who knows how to break the Internet.

If you thought that was impressive (and admit it, adorable), MacCall and Lylah want to take things to the next level with future courses. The father-daughter duo has started a crowdfunding campaign, in hopes of raising money for "new obstacles," so she can "train for future Jr. Ninja Warrior competitions."

An American Ninja Warrior Jr. sure sounds like a good idea for a TV show.

What did you think of this homemade Ninja Warrior course? Let us know in the comments below.