Super flexible man can turn his head 180 degrees and bend legs over his head to type with his feet

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One of the most flexible people has earned the name Rubber Boy as he can stretch his body and turn his head 180 degrees.

Chirag Krishnakumar Panpaliya, from Varsha in Maharashtra, west India, is super flexible.

The 20-year-old’s skills include extreme front and back bending and twisting his shoulders right round.

Chirag dreams of adding his name to the Guinness Book Of World Record one day and has been practicing and refining his talent for over a decade.

The impressive yoga artist can even type on a keyboard with his feet over his head.

He said that he started off practising extreme yoga postures at the age of seven.

13 years later, Chirag continues to impress his peers with what his body can do.

Chirag can turn his whole head around (Picture: India Photo Agency / SWNS)
Look at his skills (Picture: India Photo Agency / SWNS)

Video footage shows Chirag contorting his body in various ways, stretching his behind his head.

He can bend his body and even ‘spin’ his stomach in a way that might make you want to look away.

Though Chirag’s moves are certainly unlike the average yogi’s, he isn’t the most flexible human in the world just yet.

That accolade belongs to American contortionist Daniel Browning Smith, who holds the title of the most flexible person in history, owning a total of seven Guinness World Records.

When you need to type super fast (Picture: India Photo Agency / SWNS)
Chirag hopes to be on the Guinness book of records (Picture: India Photo Agency / SWNS)

Daniel owes his flexibility to the genetic condition hypermobile Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.

Those affected by this condition often have extremely mobile joints that are vulnerable to dislocation and skin which is easily bruised. 

While many people with hEDS have severe muscle and bone pain alongside a range of autonomic nervous system and endocrine problems, Daniel says he experiences only moderate pain.

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