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  • View Poll Results: Can you do the splits or put your legs behind your head?
    Both
    2
    5.13%
    Splits only
    4
    10.26%
    Legs behind head only
    5
    12.82%
    Neither
    28
    71.79%

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    Hello, just a quick poll based on flexibility etc.
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    I can't even touch my toes lol
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    am a dancer so my flexibility is on point. i.e splits, standing splits, spider acro etc
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    I'm so close to the splits both sideways and forwards but not quite yet

    I also can't put my leg behind my head anymore although I could when I'm younger. I suppose it doesn't help having tree trunk legs and a disproportionately long torso... I can get them behind my head if I push them there but not keep them there without holding them there with my hands :P
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    I am willing to work any time of any day.
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    Not very.
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    I can't even touch my toes lol
    Me either :lol: I'm so unflexible my GP thought I had ankylosing spondylitis. :getmecoat: Luckily I don't, but it's still a bit depressing....
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    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
    Me either :lol: I'm so unflexible my GP thought I had ankylosing spondylitis. :getmecoat: Luckily I don't, but it's still a bit depressing....
    That sounds scary :eek:
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    That sounds scary :eek:
    It's a type of arthritis that can cause the spine to fuse together. I think the outlook is quite positive in terms of managing it though
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    I'm always in a split position when I'm on the floor folding my clothes loool

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    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
    It's a type of arthritis that can cause the spine to fuse together. I think the outlook is quite positive in terms of managing it though
    Oh that's good! The name still sounds terrifying though
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    I do gymnastics so atm it's just splits -________________________________ __________________________-
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    I can put my legs behind my head and I can touch my toes, but I can't do the splits.:nah: I'm quite flexible.
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    I am sooooooo not flexible
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    i can do the splits, touch my toes and put my legs behind my head it helps that i have long legs :lol:
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    I could almost do both, I used to be so flexible in my TKD days. Now I'm not flexible at all
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    Your legs are meant to be below your head, not behind it. If your legs are behind your head, something's not right.
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    I don't know many if any men who can either
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    (Original post by Lord Samosa)
    I could almost do both, I used to be so flexible in my TKD days. Now I'm not flexible at all
    You are a Samosa. That's good enough
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    (Original post by Legendary Quest)
    You are a Samosa. That's good enough
    A very inflexible samosa :sad:
 
 
 
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