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SECRET BEHIND MJ'S ANTI GRAVITY MOVE FINALLY REVEALED

By Mukul Arora . 24th May 2018 07:30pm
SECRET BEHIND MJ'S ANTI GRAVITY MOVE FINALLY REVEALED

MJ's death was a great loss to the world of pop music but after nine years of his death, one thing which is still raising questions is the anti-gravity move. Many scientists did research work to find out the mystery behind his anti-gravity move done in a 1988 single"Smooth Criminal". And finally, three Chandigarh based neurosurgeons namely Nishant S Yagnik, Manjul Tripathi and Sandeep Mohindra just cracked the gravity defying move done by the pop star Micheal Jackson in 1988 singleIn the video, Micheal took a steep tilt on a 45 degree angle with feet flat on the floor and spine was completely straight. Doctors from PGI Chandigarh said that move was done with a harness for a video but this is not possible to do in a live show. A study published in  "Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine" revealed that it is really hard to do this kind of gravity move. Many hard core dancers can only do a minor tilt of 25 to 30 degrees. A patent registered under MJ's name revealed that the move was a clever invention as there was a special pair of shoes with slots on the heals which could get extended at any time. The shoes are registered in Jackson's name along with Dennis Tompkins who was MJ's dress designer. The shoes are now placed in "Hard Rock" cafe Moscow branch. Studying MJ's anti gravity tilt Nishant S Yagnik, Manjul Tripathi and Sandeep Mohindra warned others attempting this move as it may result in deep injuries. MJ's move was a clever trick as he wore special shoes with slots, these slots could hook on the nails hidden on the stage which helped him to stay hooked on the ground. MJ has inspired millions of dancers to go beyond the limits. Doctors said that "the king of pop" has gone beyond limits and he's not just an inspiration to the dancers but also a big mystery to the medical science. [caption id="attachment_37423" align="alignnone" width="1200"] source[/caption]