Fortunately for humans, our bones are comprised of multiple elements that assist with protecting our vital organs and giving the right amount of flexibility. In some extreme cases like this, our bones also miraculously aid in bodily contortion...a much needed trait for terrible decision making...
😲✨ #Contortion#Bones#SuperFail ✨😲
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Never give up on what you are doing and trying to achieve. Others might interrupt your way many times but you should keep on going. Also, every person has two face. They show real when we need them. So, know the real face of every person you know.
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Da sich viele wieder Failbilder wünschten habe ich hier eins von gestern
Die letzen Tage hatte ich mit Jumbo nur Tricks bzw. Bodenarbeit prognostiziert.
Es braucht nur noch feine Hilfen um ihn zu bewegen. Dann über wir auch noch das Kirkeln was sogar schon im Trab funktioniert. Heute war ich nicht bei ihm, weil wir abends auf einem Weihnachtsmarkt waren. Es war sehr großartig. 😊💙
Y’all ready for my #FailOfTheDay 😂
So, I have a lake by my house that I like to take product pictures by. It gets good natural sunlight, and it’s just a pretty lake overall. Well, the last 3 times I’ve tried to go there and take pics, THIS GUY decides I’m not allowed and chases me around 😫 I should probably also mention the fact that I hate birds! 😭😒 #CraftingProblems#ProductPicFails#PhotographyFail#EvilDucks#AngryDucks
Trail Maintenance? What's that? 🤔
Coaches Comment - It's hard to say from this angle, but in our opinion this looks kind of unsafe! 😖 The front wheel slides out in the dust and hits the railway sleeper (and what looks like the hole behind it) at exactly the wrong angle, spitting the rider OTB onto the blockwork. We think this feature is meant to be hit a little faster to clear that problem area and give good speed into the next jump, but having a hole that side of the sleeper to find your wheel is pretty scary!
Nope. Nope nope nope...
Coaches Comment - As soon as take off happens we can see that the body position is all wrong! There's not a lot of room to move around that high saddle so it give the rider a knock in the behind. This shifts weight forwards and makes him drop a pedal mid air and encourages the front to dive. You can definitely do features like this with a high saddle, there's much worse on XC courses worldwide, you just have to differ your technique, standing really tall on the pedals and catching that transition, rather than going for flat!
Drop don't roll!
Coaches Comment - So the best way of telling if it's a drop or a roll is to hold onto your bike by the seat, push it forwards until the front wheel drops off, then if the chainring grounds out or gets super close (to account for fork compression)...it's a drop! Hitting a surface with your chainring causes the bike to dig in and slow dramatically, shifting your body weight forwards and out the front door! Once you hit a few you'll soon not have to roll your bike at something, but will be able to judge it instead, which is a lot more convenient!