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Paddleboard yoga failure on a lake dunks two women

  • A video shows two women standing on large boards on very still water
  • They both lift their left foot to place it on the right knee but start to lean a little too far right
  • At the same time the women topple over into the water, sending their paddleboards in the opposite direction
  • Both women come up to the surface and start laughing hysterically as they chase the runaway boards 

These ladies can’t even nama-stay on their boards.

A hilarious video shows two women attempting to do paddleboard yoga on a lake before taking a synchronized fall into the water.

They’re standing on the large boards a few feet from the dock on very still water. Both are wearing all black with hoods on their heads.

They both lift their left foot to place it on the right knee and start to lean a little too far right. 

When they both put their left foot to their right knee they start to lean a little too far right

A hilarious video shows two women attempting paddleboard yoga on a lake. As they raise their left foot to their right knee they start to lean a little too far right

Almost perfectly synchronized, the two topple over into the lake, one of them holding her nose while the other tries to hold the position

Almost perfectly synchronized, the two topple over into the lake, one of them holding her nose while the other tries to hold the position

As the women crash into the water the paddleboards are sent in the opposite direction

They come up for air and laugh hysterically as they chase the boards

As the women crash into the water the paddleboards are sent in the opposite direction. They come up for air and laugh hysterically as they chase the boards

At the same time the women topple over into the water, sending their paddleboards in the opposite direction.

Both women come up to the surface and start laughing hysterically as they chase the runaway boards.

The video was posted to YouTube by Katie Griffith on September 8. It is unclear where in the U.S. it was taken.

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