Human Poses

Human Poses

Humans
Dancing
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Dancing is a form of performance art where the movement of the body is purposefully choreographed in specific sequences and actions. Performed under a various circumstances and intentions, dancing is commonly used for social, competitive, ceremonial, sacred, theatrical, or martial functions.Dancing is a form of performance art where the movement of the body is purposefully choreographed in specific sequences and actions. Performed under a various circumstances and intentions, dancing is commonly used for social, competitive, ceremonial, sacred, theatrical, or martial functions.
Climbing
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Climbing is the practice of using one’s hands, feet, and possibly other equipment to ascend a steep object. Climbing is an activity done for recreational or competitive purposes, like rock climbing, but can also be done simply out of necessity or as a professional trade.Climbing is the practice of using one’s hands, feet, and possibly other equipment to ascend a steep object. Climbing is an activity done for recreational or competitive purposes, like rock climbing, but can also be done simply out of necessity or as a professional trade.
Bathing
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Bathing is the act of washing oneself or another human or animal by submerging the body in water, though the term can also be used to reference the general cleansing of a body with water and soap. Bathing is something might do when feeling dirty, but can also be done simply out of routine.Bathing is the act of washing oneself or another human or animal by submerging the body in water, though the term can also be used to reference the general cleansing of a body with water and soap. Bathing is something might do when feeling dirty, but can also be done simply out of routine.
Bending
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Bending is the act of repositioning one’s body from a straight, upright position, down towards the ground by inclining one’s torso forward and lowering one’s knees. A bending motion may be accompanied by a reaching of the arms, in the case of one bending down to pick something up off of the ground.Bending is the act of repositioning one’s body from a straight, upright position, down towards the ground by inclining one’s torso forward and lowering one’s knees. A bending motion may be accompanied by a reaching of the arms, in the case of one bending down to pick something up off of the ground.
Carrying
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Carrying is an activity in which one moves or transports another person or object from one place to another. This type of movement is characterized by having some degree of physical contact between the person doing the carrying and the person or object being carried.Carrying is an activity in which one moves or transports another person or object from one place to another. This type of movement is characterized by having some degree of physical contact between the person doing the carrying and the person or object being carried.
Cleaning
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Cleaning is the process of removing unwanted toxins, bacteria, impurities, or other substances from an object, human, or specified area. The process can occur over a wide variety of contexts, ranging from commercial cleaning, to personal hygiene, to environmental remediation, to housekeeping.Cleaning is the process of removing unwanted toxins, bacteria, impurities, or other substances from an object, human, or specified area. The process can occur over a wide variety of contexts, ranging from commercial cleaning, to personal hygiene, to environmental remediation, to housekeeping.
Cooking
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Cooking is the human process or skill of preparing food for eating by combining, mixing, and heating various ingredients. Methods of heating vary widely depending on the dish being prepared, cultural customs, the skill set of the cook, and available resources, with a range of nuanced techniques.Cooking is the human process or skill of preparing food for eating by combining, mixing, and heating various ingredients. Methods of heating vary widely depending on the dish being prepared, cultural customs, the skill set of the cook, and available resources, with a range of nuanced techniques.
Crawling
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Crawling is a type of movement that engages all four limbs. It is one of the earliest forms of movement learned by human babies, as it precedes one’s ability to walk on two legs. Beyond being a preliminary form of movement for kids, one might crawl because of an inability to walk on two legs.Crawling is a type of movement that engages all four limbs. It is one of the earliest forms of movement learned by human babies, as it precedes one’s ability to walk on two legs. Beyond being a preliminary form of movement for kids, one might crawl because of an inability to walk on two legs.
Meeting | Greeting
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Greeting is the social act of intentionally making oneself known to another and can suggest relationship dynamics and social status depending on the type of greeting used. Greeting can vary from a quick hand gesture or verbal acknowledgement to a more formal series of physical gestures.Greeting is the social act of intentionally making oneself known to another and can suggest relationship dynamics and social status depending on the type of greeting used. Greeting can vary from a quick hand gesture or verbal acknowledgement to a more formal series of physical gestures.
Holding
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Holding is the action of grasping onto or supporting another person or object using one’s hands or arms. Holding can refer to the general act of grabbing onto another object, such as when one holds a cell phone, but can also refer to the physical support or carrying of another human, like a child.Holding is the action of grasping onto or supporting another person or object using one’s hands or arms. Holding can refer to the general act of grabbing onto another object, such as when one holds a cell phone, but can also refer to the physical support or carrying of another human, like a child.
Hugging
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Hugging is a form of affection expressed among two or more people by wrapping their arms around one another and holding each other closely for a short period of time, lasting anywhere from a few milliseconds to a couple of minutes, depending on the context.Hugging is a form of affection expressed among two or more people by wrapping their arms around one another and holding each other closely for a short period of time, lasting anywhere from a few milliseconds to a couple of minutes, depending on the context.
Jumping
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Jumping is a form of movement in which an organism propels themselves into an airborne state along a ballistic trajectory. Though one might run or walk leading up to a jump, a jump is characterized by the longer duration of the aerial phase and a higher angle of initial launch.Jumping is a form of movement in which an organism propels themselves into an airborne state along a ballistic trajectory. Though one might run or walk leading up to a jump, a jump is characterized by the longer duration of the aerial phase and a higher angle of initial launch.
Kissing
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Kissing is the act of pressing one’s lips against another person or object. One might kiss for a variety of reasons as a kiss itself carries many different meanings depending on the culture and context. A kiss could express sentiments of love, sexual attraction, friendship, peace, luck, and so on.Kissing is the act of pressing one’s lips against another person or object. One might kiss for a variety of reasons as a kiss itself carries many different meanings depending on the culture and context. A kiss could express sentiments of love, sexual attraction, friendship, peace, luck, and so on.
Kneeling
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Kneeling is a type of position in which one or both knees are in direct contact with the ground. Though similar to squatting, kneeling uses the knees to support the body whereas the knees do not provide this level of support, nor do they come into contact with the ground while squatting.Kneeling is a type of position in which one or both knees are in direct contact with the ground. Though similar to squatting, kneeling uses the knees to support the body whereas the knees do not provide this level of support, nor do they come into contact with the ground while squatting.
Leaning
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Leaning is a type of posture achieved by sloping into and allowing one’s weight to be partially or fully supported by another person, object, or surface. Leaning is something one might do when tired, bored, or desiring a break from standing, or as a nonverbal expression of affection.Leaning is a type of posture achieved by sloping into and allowing one’s weight to be partially or fully supported by another person, object, or surface. Leaning is something one might do when tired, bored, or desiring a break from standing, or as a nonverbal expression of affection.
Lifting
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Lifting is the act of picking up an object or another person, for the purpose of repositioning. One usually lifts using their hands and arms, but depending on the size and weight of the object and it’s starting position, one should engage their legs for further support and to avoid back injury.Lifting is the act of picking up an object or another person, for the purpose of repositioning. One usually lifts using their hands and arms, but depending on the size and weight of the object and it’s starting position, one should engage their legs for further support and to avoid back injury.
Looking
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Looking is a human activity that involves the intentional fixation of the gaze onto a subject. Typically, the act of looking requires one to have eye-sight and implies the psychological interpretation of what is seen, leading to the decision of whether or not to maintain one’s gaze or to look away.Looking is a human activity that involves the intentional fixation of the gaze onto a subject. Typically, the act of looking requires one to have eye-sight and implies the psychological interpretation of what is seen, leading to the decision of whether or not to maintain one’s gaze or to look away.
Playing
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Play is a range of voluntary activities done for the sake of of recreational pleasure and amusement. Though most common among children, playing is an activity for everyone! While there are many different kinds of play, playing usually requires an element of silliness and the hope for fun.Play is a range of voluntary activities done for the sake of of recreational pleasure and amusement. Though most common among children, playing is an activity for everyone! While there are many different kinds of play, playing usually requires an element of silliness and the hope for fun.
Pointing
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Pointing is a gesture used by humans to indicate a location, event, thing, or other person relative to themselves. Pointing is an action unique to humans and is a vital gesture used for communicating, especially among young children prior to learning speech as well as within sign language.Pointing is a gesture used by humans to indicate a location, event, thing, or other person relative to themselves. Pointing is an action unique to humans and is a vital gesture used for communicating, especially among young children prior to learning speech as well as within sign language.
Presenting
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Presenting is the act of formally communicating information to an audience of one or more other people, usually large groups. Presentations are used to inform, motivate, persuade, or even entertain people and oftentimes are formatted as lectures, speeches, or demonstrations.Presenting is the act of formally communicating information to an audience of one or more other people, usually large groups. Presentations are used to inform, motivate, persuade, or even entertain people and oftentimes are formatted as lectures, speeches, or demonstrations.
Pushing
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Pushing is the act of exerting force upon another person or object in order to move them. One might push an inanimate object, such as a large piece of furniture, in an attempt to reposition it, or one might push another object or person to forcibly move said thing out of the way of something else.
Pushing is the act of exerting force upon another person or object in order to move them. One might push an inanimate object, such as a large piece of furniture, in an attempt to reposition it, or one might push another object or person to forcibly move said thing out of the way of something else.
Reading
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Reading is an activity that involves the cognitive interpretation of written or tactile (in the case of Braille) symbols to extract meaning and thus facilitate the communication of ideas and information. Reading is a learned skill that is formally taught in school and is a fundamental life skill.Reading is an activity that involves the cognitive interpretation of written or tactile (in the case of Braille) symbols to extract meaning and thus facilitate the communication of ideas and information. Reading is a learned skill that is formally taught in school and is a fundamental life skill.
Crouching
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Crouching, or squatting, is a position in which the weight of the body is on the feet, but the legs are bent, either fully or partially. The quality of the squat can vary greatly, in which one, both, or neither of the heels touch the ground and the legs touch each other or are spread far apart.Crouching, or squatting, is a position in which the weight of the body is on the feet, but the legs are bent, either fully or partially. The quality of the squat can vary greatly, in which one, both, or neither of the heels touch the ground and the legs touch each other or are spread far apart.
Stretching
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Stretching is a type of physical movement in which certain muscles or tendons are intentionally flexed or stretched out so as to improve one’s range of motion, flexibility, and physical comfort. Stretching is an activity observed both in humans and many other animals.Stretching is a type of physical movement in which certain muscles or tendons are intentionally flexed or stretched out so as to improve one’s range of motion, flexibility, and physical comfort. Stretching is an activity observed both in humans and many other animals.
Thinking
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Thinking, or thought, is the operation of the brain in conscious activity. Still widely debated as to the origins and nature of thought, it is a process behind many human actions and interactions and differs in quality from pure instinct and the adaptive unconscious.Thinking, or thought, is the operation of the brain in conscious activity. Still widely debated as to the origins and nature of thought, it is a process behind many human actions and interactions and differs in quality from pure instinct and the adaptive unconscious.
Running
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Running is a method of continuous movement across land in which an organism travels by foot. Though historically an action meant for survival, modern humans typically engage in running as a recreational pastime that supports the maintenance or improvement of one’s physical fitness and mental health.Running is a method of continuous movement across land in which an organism travels by foot. Though historically an action meant for survival, modern humans typically engage in running as a recreational pastime that supports the maintenance or improvement of one’s physical fitness and mental health.
Standing
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Standing is an upright human posture in which the body is supported only by the feet. Often misunderstood as a static position, standing is actually a form of dynamic balance where the center of the body is supported by rocking on the front of the ankle. Standing requires a high degree of control.Standing is an upright human posture in which the body is supported only by the feet. Often misunderstood as a static position, standing is actually a form of dynamic balance where the center of the body is supported by rocking on the front of the ankle. Standing requires a high degree of control.
Walking
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Human walking, a type of human gait, is the slowest form of bipedal forward motion of the body controlled by the alternation and sequencing of various parts of the body. Walking types can be differentiated by variations in limb movements, speed, force, and foot friction.Human walking, a type of human gait, is the slowest form of bipedal forward motion of the body controlled by the alternation and sequencing of various parts of the body. Walking types can be differentiated by variations in limb movements, speed, force, and foot friction.
Sitting
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Sitting is one of the basic resting positions for humans where the weight of the body is supported by the ground or other horizontal surface such as a chair. Sitting most commonly occurs on the floor or on a raised seat in the form of a chair, stool, bench or similar.Sitting is one of the basic resting positions for humans where the weight of the body is supported by the ground or other horizontal surface such as a chair. Sitting most commonly occurs on the floor or on a raised seat in the form of a chair, stool, bench or similar.
Sleeping
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Sleeping positions refer to the various natural postures that our bodies take on when sleeping. Linked to our unique individual personality types, our sleep patterns and positions are often indicators that can provide insights into a person’s comfort, character, health and psyche.Sleeping positions refer to the various natural postures that our bodies take on when sleeping. Linked to our unique individual personality types, our sleep patterns and positions are often indicators that can provide insights into a person’s comfort, character, health and psyche.
Yoga Poses
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Yoga is a spiritual, ascetic and physical set of practices focusing on breathing, movement, posture, and meditation. Yoga, translated as ‘union’ or ‘connection,’ is an ancient Hindu teaching that is undergone for a variety of purposes including health, relaxation, rehabilitation, and exercise.Yoga is a spiritual, ascetic and physical set of practices focusing on breathing, movement, posture, and meditation. Yoga, translated as ‘union’ or ‘connection,’ is an ancient Hindu teaching that is undergone for a variety of purposes including health, relaxation, rehabilitation, and exercise.
Swimming
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Swimming is the activity of moving through water by coordinating the movement of a person’s body and limbs. Typically performed as a type of recreation, exercise, or sport, swimming is one of the most popular recreational activities around the world and is often required as a compulsory skill.Swimming is the activity of moving through water by coordinating the movement of a person’s body and limbs. Typically performed as a type of recreation, exercise, or sport, swimming is one of the most popular recreational activities around the world and is often required as a compulsory skill.
Cycling
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Cycling, also commonly referred to as biking or bicycling, is a form of physical activity in which one uses a bicycle to move from one place to another. Cycling can be done for recreational or competitive purposes, for commuting, or even just for the sake of exercise.Cycling, also commonly referred to as biking or bicycling, is a form of physical activity in which one uses a bicycle to move from one place to another. Cycling can be done for recreational or competitive purposes, for commuting, or even just for the sake of exercise.
Drinking
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Drinking is the act of consuming a liquid by way of the mouth. Once a liquid enters into the mouth, it is promptly swallowed, traveling downwards through the rest of the body. The term drinking can also be used to refer to the social activity of consuming alcohol.Drinking is the act of consuming a liquid by way of the mouth. Once a liquid enters into the mouth, it is promptly swallowed, traveling downwards through the rest of the body. The term drinking can also be used to refer to the social activity of consuming alcohol.
Eating
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Eating is the process of consuming food for the sake of energy gain, nutrient absorption, or simple enjoyment. While eating is essential for the survival humans and other organisms unable to produce their own food, eating has also taken on a significant cultural relevance for humans across history.Eating is the process of consuming food for the sake of energy gain, nutrient absorption, or simple enjoyment. While eating is essential for the survival humans and other organisms unable to produce their own food, eating has also taken on a significant cultural relevance for humans across history.
Fighting
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Fighting is a form of intense or heated physical or verbal engagement with another who disagrees with you on a specified topic or point. Unlike debating, fighting with another person does not necessarily imply a goal of reaching an agreement.Fighting is a form of intense or heated physical or verbal engagement with another who disagrees with you on a specified topic or point. Unlike debating, fighting with another person does not necessarily imply a goal of reaching an agreement.
Lounging
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Lounging the activity of sitting, leaning, laying, or standing in a relaxed and lazy fashion. One might lounge both indoors and outdoors, though the location in which one lounges is conducive to such activity—like the comfort of their home or by the side of a pool.Lounging the activity of sitting, leaning, laying, or standing in a relaxed and lazy fashion. One might lounge both indoors and outdoors, though the location in which one lounges is conducive to such activity—like the comfort of their home or by the side of a pool.
Praying
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Praying is the practice of seeking out a relationship to a deity or object of worship through deliberate communication. The act of prayer was first recorded as early as 5000 years ago, and is a form of intercession, praise, and thanks common among the vast majority of religions throughout the world.Praying is the practice of seeking out a relationship to a deity or object of worship through deliberate communication. The act of prayer was first recorded as early as 5000 years ago, and is a form of intercession, praise, and thanks common among the vast majority of religions throughout the world.
Wheelchair Users
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