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What is the difference between a turtle freezes and a peacock pose? [closed]
A turtle freeze is, as I understand it, a breakdancing move where you hold yourself parallel to the ground with your body weight going into your elbows. Pic: Isn't this essentially a peacock yoga ...
Jul 19 '13 at 22:14
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