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The Mayurasana Pose Challenge

The Mayurasana Pose Challenge

The Mayurasana Pose Challenge is a balancing pose with lots of strain on the wrist and arms. The winner of the challenge is the competitor who holds the pose the longest whilst maintaining good form. www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-Jdb4fWDTM  more about this challenge...

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  • 1
    AndyWeaver

    AndyWeaver

    0 mins 3.200 secs

    Not great but it's a start with a video.

  • 2
    gillouplus

    gillouplus

    0 mins 0.0 secs

    I did 25 an 30 second before

  • 3
    JenMitchell

    JenMitchell

    0 mins 0.0 secs

  • 4 FitnessGuru

    FitnessGuru

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  • 1

    AndyWeaver

    0 mins 3.200 secs

    Not great but it's a start with a video.

  • Time the mayurasana pose is held for in mins / sec: 0:04
  • Rate my form (1 = poor, 5 = best): 4  Cast your voteCast your voteCast your voteCast your voteCast your vote

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All about this challenge

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FitnessGuru

Challenge for: all

Challenge goal: improve general fitness

Challenge targets: whole body

Level: suitable for all competitors

Age: any age

Here's what you need to do to take part:

The Mayurasana Pose Challenge is a balancing pose with lots of strain on the wrist and arms. The winner of the challenge is the competitor who holds the pose the longest whilst maintaining good form.



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Entry scores

E1: Time the mayurasana pose is held for in mins / sec

E2: Rate my form (1 = poor, 5 = best)

Challenge scores are calculated using:

Score= E1 * E2/5