FAMILY YOGA CHALLENGE | BOYS VS. GIRLS | We Are The Davises

FAMILY YOGA CHALLENGE | BOYS VS. GIRLS | We Are The Davises


– Hello, everybody! It is We are the Davises
with a highly-requested and very popular video
that everyone wants to see. It is the Family Yoga Challenge. It’s gonna be me and Tyler, the boys. (shouting) Against Kayla and Mommy, Connie. – Yay!
(shouting) – We’re gonna kill you guys! – We’re gonna yoga you to death, babe. You’re goin’ down, you
know what I’m sayin’? (electric guitar music) All right, a little game plan here. (boys whispering) Shh! – Okay. (laughing) Going down, man, going down.
– He just whispered. – Okay, so-
– He just whispered, “We don’t have a game plan.” (laughing) – Okay, so.
– We don’t have a game plan. We’re gonna lose. – Can you, like, not be so bendy? – I’m supposed to be bendy, I’m- – Not that. Look at the picture! – I am looking at the picture.
– Your butt has to get up. – Dad, look at your picture.
– Now you’ve got it. – [Kayla] Tyler has to get his hips up. – Oops. (laughing) – [Connie] You have to scoot. Scoot your upper a little more that way. – Okay, I need your hands, buddy. I need your hands, buddy. (laughing) I need a hand. I need the other one! Ugh! – [Connie] Straighten up, Tyler. – Straighten out.
– Get your butt on the ground. – [Kayla] You have to get straight. – Okay. – [Connie] I see a problem
with a short person, huh? ♫ Hallelujah – Ta-da, they did it!
– We did it! Whoop, whoop, whoop! – [Connie] Okay, Kayla, can we do it? – And all we went
through was (whispering). (laughing) – Told you they didn’t have a game plan. – All right. – Okay, you go first. Okay, so get your hips up. – Ugh, floor’s kind of-
– Got to get your hips up. Oh, God. Oh God, wait, I have to scooch back. (laughing) – It’s harder than you think.
– It’s getting harder! (laughing) (mumbling) – You got to get your feet on my knees and then straighten. – How? It’s not possible! That’s not how the human body works. – You got it?
– I think so. – [Shawn] Yeah, I think
that’s about as close as you’re gonna get. – Get your hips up, Mom. Okay, you did. – Yay!
– We did it? – [Tyler] Our turn! – [Shawn] Okay. – What do we next got to do? – You got to curl up in a ball and lay on top of each other. – Okay, I can do that one. Tyler, okay, you go down first. (mumbling) Maybe, no, maybe it’d be
better if I was on the bottom. – Oh, yeah. (laughing) – Ready?
– Curl up in a ball. (laughing) – You’re like turtles. Oh, nevermind. Oh, no! – [Shawn] You got to duck your head. (laughing) – [Kayla] It’s so weird. – [Shawn] Is that it? Did we do it? – [Connie] Yeah, yay! – In your face! – Ha! – [Shawn] The picture? – Oh, okay. – Yeah. – Dun, dun, dun.
– Okay. Go down, go down, child. Okay. I have to get on somehow. (groaning and laughing) How? – [Connie] And curl up in a ball, girl. Your knees got to go up higher. – Girl, if I go any higher- – [Shawn] Your head’s
supposed to touch her head. – If I go any higher I’m gonna fall off. – [Shawn] Okay. – [Connie] Your head’s got to go down. Is it touching mine? – [Shawn] No. – You’re too-
– Her hair is- – I touched her with a cheek! – [Shawn] I think that looks pretty good. – Yay!
– All right. – [Tyler] Next one. – And we do have one small person on top of one huge person, so. – Okay.
– Okay. – Whoo! – Good job!
– Number two! (hands slapping) – All right. Okay. – [Kayla] I can do this easy. – Back up! – [Connie] In order. – What? (laughing) Hang on. I can do that. Let’s reach up, grab hands. – Give me your other hand. – [Kayla] You have to
straighten your legs. (laughing) – Give it to me, quick! Give it to me, quick!
– He can’t do it. – Hold on, reset, reset. – How ’bout we connect hands first? – You wanna connect hands first? That’s probably a good idea. Okay, okay, this one, this one. Okay, gotcha. All right. (mumbling) Straight up. (laughing and singing) – [Kayla] Hey, you’re
supposed to be on your butt. – Yeah, put your butt on the ground. (mumbling) – [Connie] And you’re
supposed to be sitting up. – Oh. (laughing) (grunting) (laughing) – Dad, (mumbling). – Whoo! – Hands first. – Let’s put our toesies together, too. – Hands first. Okay, ready? And up. We did it! (screaming) – Whoo-hoo! Should we do it one more
time to hold it longer? – Yes. But we did it. – Put your toesies together first. (mumbling) Put both hands together.
– Like, this hand’s awkward. And this. – And don’t fall over. – Ready? – Oh wait, it’s getting
harder all the sudden. – Wait, what? Straighten your legs, people. Yay! – Hey, wait a minute.
– I think you guys won that one. – [Shawn] What’s up with that? How come we didn’t look like that? – Whoo-hoo! High five, Kayla! (hands slapping) – I have to (sighing) loosen up the hips here. – [Kayla] I’ll just walk up your back. – Oh and Dad, I have to go of your head. I have to go on your other side. – Okay, am I doing it? – [Connie] No, straighten
your back out a little more to get going. (laughing) He can’t even reach! – Oh, oh, oh! Dad, could you– – [Connie] Tyler’s got to be more of a, I guess that’s gonna be hard to do. Ah, that looks good. – Eh.
– Ding, ding, ding. – Bing, bing, bing. (mumbling) – Look, we’re done. – As good as you can get
for down dog, I suppose. Do, do, do.
– So, you’re gonna do that. – Kay, which way do I face? This side. – Whatever way you want to. (mumbling) – I’m facing the wrong way, huh? – I doesn’t matter. – Uh, you’re on my back, okay. Man, this is a, I need to– (laughing) – Ready? Are you ready? Kay, you can’t move, once I’m up there. – And you gotta get square. – I am.
– That’s good. – Yay! – We’re good? – [Tyler] No fair! Dad’s bigger than that.
– Yeah, we did it! – Yay! – Woo-hoo! – [Kayla] Same deal, but Tyler
has to go backwards, now. (laughing) – Well, that ain’t any different for me. I can do that, all right. – I can’t. – [Kayla] I can do that,
easily, and I’m (mumbling) all the time. – Ready? (mumbling) – [Connie] How’s Tyler gonna do this? (laughing) That’s close. – [Kayla] Get farther away. – I can’t. Where am I gonna go.
– You’re gonna kick him in the head, don’t do it. (laughing) – Okay, I got an idea. I got an idea. Get on my back, laying
your back on my back with your head towards the floor. – [Connie] And then arch up. – And then I’ll arch up. No, no, no, no. – No, no, no, no, no. – Lie on my back. No, no, come here. (laughing) (mumbling) Get over here. Lie on my back, with
your hip, there you go. (laughing) I need a little cooperation here. (laughing) – [Connie] You might need to
do that, too and then you can– – Okay, ready? – I’m farting on his head. – Are you ready. – [Connie] Like that. – [Kayla] This is so bad. – No, it’s awesome!
– So bad. Tyler can’t lift his face off the ground. (laughing) – Ugh. – Bam! – I’ll just put my feet up here. Oh, wait, wait, wait. Don’t go. Don’t do this to me. Don’t do this to me. How am I gonna lift up? – I know. (groaning) (laughing) – I can’t do it! – Uh-oh. We’re gonna lose this one! – Wait, no. – The boys are gettin’ excited. – Okay. I got this done. – You gotta do the bridge. – I’m tryin’, but when my
feet are elevated, it’s hard. I got this. Strong! – I thought you had–
– I did. I did it. – [Shawn] Okay, she’s up. – Wait, wait, wait, wait!
– Stop squirming. – Well, be balanced. (speakers drowning each other out) Your shirt is slippery! – [Tyler] I got this. – Your shirt, your shirt!
– Okay. Are you done. – No! – You know what? Okay, get on my skin. Got it, right there? – Yeah. – Okay. I’m gonna do it. – [Shawn] Now, you gotta walk
up her back with your feet. – Oh, yeah, you gotta get to my butt. – There you go. – [Shawn] That looks pretty good. That one’s pretty good.
– We did it. – [Tyler] No fair. I have to lift up when
you’re already in the air. – Woo! Yeah!
– Good job! All right. Now, try to get out of it. – Woo! – Okay! It’s like a barrel.
– No, no, no. – It’s like a barrel with one foot. Hang on.
– I need, put this foot, no, no, no. Put that foot on the ground, flat. – [Kayla] Do a T. – Up against my foot, right. No, use my foot as a brace. Right? Now give me your other foot. – But this feels so weird. Can you do your other foot? Like this? – [Kayla] You have to be lunging, Dad. – I am. I’m gonna be going like
that, but I’m tryin’ to see– – I know, but I– – Okay, no, you gotta
put your foot on my foot. You gotta be in the other,
you wanna do the other way? – I can’t do that. – You wanna do the other way? Okay. Ready? No, I need your foot. – I know, but grab my hands. – Kay. (laughing) – [Kayla] Oh, my god! – Straight forward. – [Kayla] Is that scary, Tyler? – That actually feels pretty good. I like that. (laughing) – Yay!
– I’m just gonna take a– – [Kayla] Dad looks cool,
and then he’s like, no, no. – [Connie] What’s your favorite spot? (laughing) (mumbling) – Ah! (laughing) Like this was helping. (laughing) Let me swing my arms. I’ll stop moving. – I know he’s like this, and
then he was like, stay up! – How come I’m going the wrong way, still? (laughing) – Okay, I will be, ’cause
we’re gonna be doing, so. (laughing) I gotta see that picture. – [Shawn] Okay. – I need to be like this? – Oh gosh, this is scary. – Now, just lean towards the lamp. Dun, dun, dun, dun. – [Shawn] Don’t let her go. – I think it, wait no. (laughing) (mumbling) Okay, we gotta try that one more time. Okay.
– Ready? Oh, uh. (laughing) (speakers drowning each other out) – You could do this.
– That was fun. (laughing drowning out speaker) – Now, put your foot on my foot first. Okay. – Wait, hold my hand. (laughing) – [Shawn] Hold my hand, I’m scared. – Now, wait. Get your balance. You got it? No. Come on, you can do it. No laughing. No laughing, (mumbling). – [Shawn] I’m pretty sure the
picture doesn’t show her– – Okay, lean forward. – I don’t think you have my foot. – I do! (groaning and laughing) You’re getting straight, now lean– – [Shawn] Superman, Superman! (speakers drowning each other out) – [Tyler] Mom, you have
to extend your arms. – Ugh!
– Help me! Mom, help me! (laughing) Just don’t fall on me. – Okay. We’re gonna lose this one. – [Shawn] You get one more try. – Last try, last try. – [Shawn] One more try, right. – Maybe it’s ’cause she’s so small. – I’m too small. – [Shawn] Didn’t stop us, let’s have it. (laughing) – [Tyler] Yes! – Suck! – [Shawn] All right! (speakers drowning each other out) – Kayla thinks it’s not possible. – It’s not possible. – [Tyler] Kayla, I’ve
seen it, it is possible. – You try. You have to be the bottom person. – You gotta sit on my lap. – What? (quirky music) – Nope. You gotta face the other way. – How? What? – Now.
– This is weird. – Yeah, I don’t know.
– What? Are you sure? – I don’t know. (laughing) – [Shawn] It starts off with a big hug. – Okay, we can do this. Wait, hold my hands. (heavy breathing) – You have to lean back. – I know. – I’m scooting you out, and doing this. (laughing) – [Tyler] Okay, mom. – Whoo, I need leg strength. Straighten up like a board. Get your butt up. – I’m trying! (groaning and laughing) I got it. (laughing) – I don’t think I could (groaning). – I told you it wasn’t possible! – It’s almost possible, look! (groaning and screaming) My legs are burnin’! (exhaling and laughing) (heavy breathing) – Hi. – Come on. I got ya. – Hugs. – Huggies. (laughing) – Kay. – Where are my arms supposed to be? On her legs? Oh, my gosh. – On my legs? – Yeah, my arms can’t
be holding your arms. I’m gonna go with it. You’re slippery! (laughing) (groaning) – How are we supposed to lean back? – I don’t think I can. (groaning) Okay, I’m doing the arms anyways. (groaning) – This is weird! – I think that’s closest I’m gonna go. Phew! – Ow, my arms! (laughing) You’re ripping off my arms! – That was crazy! – Gonna say. So, let’s start off with
your feet in my armpits. So, I’m gonna go right here. Let’s get down, right, on the ground. – [Connie] Daddy doesn’t realize– – Stick on the armpit, right. Now, I gotcha. – [Connie] Yes. – Put your hands out. I need more leverage, that way. The other way. There we go. – Ugh. Ugh. (laughing) That was close, that was close! – [Connie] That’s the tricky part. You can’t lean back all the way. – I don’t think it can
work, because it’s not a good counter-balance, right? I outweigh him by like a 150 pounds, so. We can only go so far. – [Connie] I’m still out of breath. – All right, so get down. I think we got the closest. I betcha me and Mommy could do this. – Yeah, probably. If Mommy stands on her– – You ready? Put your arms out. – Ugh! – That’s it. He doesn’t have enough
weight to hold me up, so I can’t do it. – [Connie] Okay. – But… – We were closest. – [Connie] Phew! – Man, I gotta be like this
somehow, on your knees. – Yeah, wait, let me go this way. That side. – And then, you have to
hold my feet, and I’ll walk onto your knees. – Then you gotta be (mumbling), ah! – What? – You gotta stick your butt out. Yeah, like that, perfect. – I can’t get on my knees. I’m too short. – Ta-da! I think that’s good. I could scoot up more. Is that what you want? – [Shawn] That looks pretty good. I’m impressed.
– Yay! – [Tyler] Our turn. – All right! – Tilt your back a little bit. – We’re gonna mix this one up. You’re gonna be on bottom. – [Connie] Wait a sec, I gotta sneeze. Time out.
– You’re gonna be on bottom. All you have to do is hold my legs up. So, we’re gonna make this– – Yeah, but you have to go– – The degree of difficulty
increases significantly here. – Dad, you have to go on my knees. – Okay. – [Connie] Oh, yeah, I
don’t think you did that. – [Kayla] What? – Hold my legs. – [Kayla] Yeah, I couldn’t. That’s what I was trying to do– – Push ’em up. You can’t push my legs up. – You’re heavy. (laughing) – Sit up, dude. – [Kayla] Take the weight outta your legs. (laughing) – Oh, god! – Oh, my, watch out! (laughing) Why’d you let go? – [Connie] I think he’s
fearing for his life right now. – I can’t do that. – You can’t do that one, all right. – You’re crazy. – All you had to do was
hold my legs up, man. – You’re kidding me, your
legs are like 100 pounds! – What? – You’re like a– – Oh! (laughing) – That’s what you get
for almost killing me. (laughing) – [Kayla] What you get
for almost killing him. (laughing) See, he’s trying to walk up on his knees. That’s what I was trying to
do, and you scooched back. – Ugh! Kay, walk up on my knees. (groaning) Oh! – [Kayla] That’s really bad. That was really bad. – What?
– Woo! – That was really bad. – Let’s do it again! Yeah, but still. – [Kayla] You got (mumbling)
handstand on the last one. That’s still really bad. That’s really bad. – Ah! – Bring your leg back.
– How beautiful. – Straighten your arms.
– That’s really bad. That is terrible. That is not even (laughing
drowning out speakers). – Woo! (mumbling) – [Connie] Woo! – [Kayla] So bad. – We did better than you. – Dun, dun, dun.
– Get in your pushup position. Position eh. Oh! Kay. Ugh, this is so weird. I can’t– – I’m getting a massage here. Ew, my head. (laughing) – I got this! – [Tyler] Got an extra challenge. – Get that booty down! – I need a break. – Get your butt down! – I don’t need to be in
pushup for a half hour. – Ugh! – Oh, my gosh. – Your ankles move! I have to be on here. – Okay, maybe I’ll sit
like this for a second, ’til you get situated. – Okay, we’ll be like this, and then you straighten your legs once we’re ready. You can’t move your feet! Your feet are so bad. I can’t. (laughing and groaning) Good enough. – No gotta hold my ankles or we’ll lose. – But they’re– – Okay, let me get up.
– They move. They move when I hold on. – Straighten your, put your butt down. Straight as a board. You see yourself? – No. I just see my butt. – All right! – [Shawn] That’s pretty good. (singing) Pretty good. – Woo! – Okay. – Here, let me get to your. Can you get. Are you kidding me, Dad? Pushup position! (laughing) – Well, I was kinda helping you. – Three, two, one. Oh, I didn’t know we were gonna do– (laughing) I didn’t know we were doing more than one. – Oh. – [Connie] But Daddy’s
butt’s sticking out. That’s a cheat pushup. He has to be planked. – Three, two, one. – [Connie] All right. Now, they’re showin’ off. – [Kayla] Yes, okay. – Should I do it with one arm? Oh! (laughing) – Well, dude, I can’t do it ’cause I’m– – Hold on, hold on, hold on. Big floss. – No! No! You gotta put your feet up first. – My feet gotta go there, yeah. – Okay. Ready?
– You want hands like this. – Up! – Oh, wait! I gotta hold your hands a different way. I don’t know if I can do it that way. You’re squishy. (laughing) – Wait, wait, wait wait! – Oh, I gotta see the picture again– – Your hand feels awkward! – I gotta put my legs straight up. – Yeah. (groaning) You can’t do that! I have to launch off with my legs, too. Wait, wait, I’m not ready! You’re gonna kill me first. (laughing) (grumbling) – Oh, my spine. That was right by spine. Okay. Kayla you feel like you weigh 200 pounds. – Ready? (breathing) – Oh, no! Why can’t we do this. Ah! – Wait! Oh, god! Yay! We did it! – Did you put your legs up?
– Yeah. – [Shawn] For like a split second, yeah. – Well, I don’t think you
could do that last one. That’s gonna be impossible. – [Shawn] Okay, Tyler. – Oh, we’re gonna fail. – You know what? Yoga is no joke, by the way, right? You guys all think like, oh, yoga? Yeah, I could do that. Try it. I dare ya. (laughing) What do you think, Tyler? This hard? – Yeah. Me and Kayla– – Would you rather play
football or do yoga. – Ugh. (laughing) – Okay, ready? – Three, two. Whoa! Dad, you have to straighten your legs. – Yep, okay. – [Kayla] What? (groaning) – Again. – Ready? – [Connie] I don’t think
it’s (mumbling) to me. – [Kayla] Whoa! – Whoa! – Yeah! (laughing) – [Kayla] Whoa! – Yay!
– Oh, yeah! Victory floss. Victory floss. – Okay, so, start with
hands, and then I’ll let go for a split second. Ready? Wait, you have to let me launch! (laughing) – I was. (mumbling) Kay, you straight? – Yep, I think. Ugh. No! (screaming) – Okay, I don’t know. I don’t want her to fall and kill herself. – Basically. But yeah, I need to make sure
that I got low enough that… – Here.
– Ready? – Three, two, one. (laughing) – Okay, ready? – Three, two, one. (laughing) – [Connie] Make it better than that. – You have to get up. – [Connie] I think I
had you on your chest. – Okay, let uh. – [Connie] That’s what
we were doing, Kayla. Look, it has to go on the hips. (laughing) – Straighten up, straighten up. – I almost got it, I almost got it. (mumbling) – Straighten up, straighten up. You can do it. Wait, hold on! (groaning) Oh, I gotta reset. – Ow. (laughing) – Ah, yeah, okay. Ready?
– Yeah. Take care of your finger! – Okay, right there? (throat clearing) (laughing) – [Connie] They did it! – Woo! – Tyler’s like.
– Oh, yeah! I need a ball to spike it! Ugh. (mumbling) – Buh, buh, buh. Kay, let’s see if it makes a difference. – Kay, on my hips. – Okay, that’s the reason why
it didn’t work the first time. – Oh god, oh god! – Wait, wait, wait, wait. – What? – Woo! (clapping) Yay! We did it! – Good job! – So, this one’s all about
having fun, you guys. – It was a blast. Actually, we were giggling the whole time. So, that was a lot of fun. So, even if you aren’t a
YouTuber, you should probably do it with your family, ’cause
you guys are gonna have so much fun. – Superman me! Lift me up, Dad!
– Yay! Fun! Are you doing Superman? – Ow.
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