I can crack my kneck sideways to where it sounds like your snapping a giant celery stalk. The best joke is to trick someone into massaging your neck
or grabbing you... anything, then poppin it out and falling limp on the floor.
But uh.. yeah the OP gave us a little too much information, methinks?
Anyway, I'm a popper since .. hm.. 1998. I don't really know if my grip strength has really decreased, but it was never strong anyway. I play the
pop game with my friends in class. We pop our joints one after another until one person can't pop anymore and they're out. Ahhaa. Fun stuff.
Originally posted by PeaceUk
Lol all you poppers.
I used to crack my knuckles but they started hurting after a while so I stopped.
Does anyone know what's actually happening when you crack joints?
i cant remember where, but i seen an article/tv show about popping knuckles.
they done grip tests, and found those who pop actually had MORE grip strenth and stamina in their hands than those who did not.
they said when you pop you release pressure from in the joint and thats why it usually feels releiving to do it when stiff /sore.
i do my lower back every night when i go to bed, it really does relax it a lot.
my wife gets a stiff neck and tilts her ear towards her shoulder.. CRACK! sounds like someone broke a chickens neck.. the sound of her neck cracking
makes me cringe
Well I can bend my finger up to just over a 90 degree angle to the top of my hand. Something I'm surprised many people can't.
If I go without popping them for a few hours, especially whilst writing or something, i can only bend them about 3/4 as far. I find it neccesary, he
sometimes just opening and closing my hand with cause my finger to pop.
Same with toes, they even sometimes start to hurt.
Neck becomes stiff until and pop it with my head to either side.
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