Laws Of Gravity Be Damned! [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago Sports

How are moves like these even physically possible?
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Female 635
O3O

-pokes my leg-

i think that might hurt...
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Male 229
OW CRAMP!! Guys? CRAMP CRAMP CRAMP!!!! Dammit whats the safe word again?
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Male 1
A MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZING
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Male 19
indeed it`s real and amazing

youtube
v=5jkjSF2VwP4

starting at 2:27
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Male 1,129
i was about to say. that girls leg probably shouldnt be bending like that
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Female 446
Amazing..just amazing!!!
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Female 4,349
ommfg
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Male 12,365
[quote]They must be really strong. The one at the bottom has the weight of 2 people on her shoulders.

... either that or its fake,

... or its a shot of some continuous movement.[/quote]

Watch the video I mentioned (Sportakrobatik on Youtube). It`s not fake and it`s not a well-timed shot from continuous movement. They hold positions like that for several second, moving between stuff (e.g. the woman on top might move into doing a handstand on the other woman`s head).

The men who do it are less supple but stronger. The team from the Netherlands has one man in crab position, one man standing on his stomach, one man standing on that man`s shoulders and a fourth man doing a handstand on the third man`s head. What`s more impressive is that they got into those positions from the open floor, nothing to climb on. Amazing balance.
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Male 1,081
middle girls left leg looks like it`s about to shatter.
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Female 29
one little "off" move, they might fall
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Male 2,748
that`s... awesome!
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Female 56
wow...no other words!
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Male 833
its just extreme balancing, notice every limb is in position to spread the weight.
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Male 10,440
They must be really strong. The one at the bottom has the weight of 2 people on her shoulders.

... either that or its fake,

... or its a shot of some continuous movement.
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Male 12,365
I think it`s a still from a video on Youtube that IAB won`t allow me to give an URL for because it`s longer than 40 characters.

Try searching Youtube for Sportakrobatik - Die 5 Disziplinen

It`s an international sport. It`s not faked and not carefully timed - competitors hold positions like that for a while because points depend on stability as well as graceful movement.

You need a very high power to weight ratio and usually people of different weights. If you watch the video, you`ll see that even the small women are well muscled. You need to be to do a one-armed pushup into a handstand.

If you think the strength is impressive, check out the Netherlands men`s group from that video, starting around 6:10 but especially their tower piece.
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Male 1,399
Her LEG
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Male 2,893
That`s what she said.
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Female 2,352
Whoa. That is some intense leg action there.
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Male 795
Yup. That`s hot.

The middle chicks` knee looks like it`s about to buckle..... the wrong way.
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Male 1,182
its not timed... im pretty sure the girls are just strong enough to hold their bodywieght with their core.
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Male 505
Dude, look at bottom chick`s legs. Wooooah.
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Male 25,416
WOW!
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Male 3,619
wat
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Male 45
Actually this is possible. And yes it is about timing. You can find other pictures like this on the interwebs.
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Male 343
This must have been perfectly timed, or the laws of the world and space are being bended... I MUST LEARN THIS.
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Male 271
first time i have ever called this...

shopped? i mean, not because i think it is... but because i HOPE it is.
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Male 101
This MUST be shopped.
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Male 2,313
Woah.
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Male 586
lolwut?
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Male 1,484
damn, thats just weird
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Male 7,585
middle girls knee should be snapped. god it hurts just looking at it.
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Male 196
its all on a pendalum of point x to point y then a pendaluim to point y to point z where the pendalum of point xy =point xz by the girls sexy legs
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Male 26
whaa...
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Male 4,807
That`s Hot!
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Male 19,840
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