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- n. A move in which the performer bends backwards until the hands touch the floor
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an acrobatic feat in which the trunk is bent backward from a standing position until the hands touch the floor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an acrobatic feat in which the trunk is bent backward from a standing position until the hands touch the floor
There's one young lady on the pedestal and everybody else is balancing in some kind of backbend on her.
"I've got wood!" he'll cry when this panting sexagenarian actually manages to get something right, such as whirling on a centimeter into a genital-grinding clutch with a breast-bouncing backbend to follow.
As you extend your leg higher, Your body opens in the backbend and your chest may go toward the floor as part of the opening.
As I lay upside down in a backbend, the ice became the sky, my trapped version of heaven.
Quarterre Shadow by Quarterre The Shadow bike stand looks like an abstract steel interpretation of a yoga backbend pose, but it's as much a utilitarian object as it is sculpture.
But of course it's hard for me to ignore my Bowie pictures, or the Debbie Harry, or the Iggy backbend shot - that's an image that's haunted me for many years.
He had great form throughout -- the jumps, the turns, the kicks, even on the floor when he was on his back, and he pulled himself up from his center, out of that deep backbend.
But after Jackson welcomed the crowd and joked, "Just think, nobody thought this would last," he went in for a passionate kiss that left Presley nearly had her doing a backbend to avoid.
Roll spine to come to Uttanasana reverse swan dive up exhale hands to heart full breath cycle @ heart inhale arms sweep back up, baby backbend exhale Uttanasana inhale flat back exhale Uttanasana step back into playful, squirmyAdhoMukhaSvanasana
He readily admitted at the time that his dual loyalties came off like a politically correct Cirque du Soleil backbend in an attempt to accommodate everyone.
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