Palm Pressing Your Phone Behind Your Back Is New Viral Trend

Posted: Aug 24 2015, 3:45pm CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

 
Palm Pressing Your Phone behind Your Back is New Viral Trend

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Chinese internet users have a new viral past time. They show off their flexibility palm pressing their phones behind their back.

This is actually a great exercise countering the phone hunch. The social media in China is filling up with photos of people palm pressing their phone behind their back.

Mostly young women show off their flexibility pressing a phone between their hands on their back. The higher the phone the more flexibility is required. I gave this a try and I actually can do it, but it does not look as elegant as on the yoga lady below.

Palm Press Phone

This is doable, but to excel in this phone stretching exercise, extreme flexilbity is helpful.

Will this trend swap to the United States? Maybe, but China has its own obsessions and many of them never left the national social sphere.

Via People.cn.

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