The act known as Tebowing seems to be a hit amongst sports fans.
As the name suggests, it has to do with Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. Whether it started as a way to mock or honor him, there real no way of knowing for sure, but many people - including other athletes - have caught on to the trend.
Tebowing, much like planking, is kneeling down on one knee with your chin on your forehead looking as though you're in deep thought or in prayer. Tebow was pictured in this act while the Broncos played in overtime against the Miami Dolphins, which the Broncos eventually won. It happened to be Tebow's first start.
Millville native and Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout has caught the Tebowing bug.
He took two pictures recently of him and posted them on his Twitter feed.
The first, which is now his main Twitter image, was taken before an Arizona Fall League game in the outfield where he is playing with many other top prospects.
The other was taken on Saturday while on a golf course, rather a tree on a golf course.