Daniel Browning Smith has been named as world's most flexible man alive. Smith found his outrageous adaptability when he was scarcely four years old.
Smith is currently holding the Guinness World Record for the most adaptable man in the planet. Surprisingly, Smith ai able to disjoin his arms with such ease that they fit through an unstrung tennis racket.
Another specific thing with Daniel Browning Smith is that he is able to disjoin and twist his arms and legs up to 180 degrees! Broadly known as the rubber boy, Daniel Browning Smith has three Guinness World Records to his name for his capacities.
This exceptional adaptability that Daniel Browning Smith has is because of a hereditary condition identified as hypermobile Ehlers Danlos (hDES) disorder. Those impacted by this condition regularly have amazingly movable joints which are defensiveless against separation and skin which is effectively swollen.
See some of his amazing flexible photos:
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