Bad at Upavistha Konasana
Ten years of practicing wide angle forward bends looks like this. I say ten because for the first 3-4 years I practiced I usually ran and hid in the washroom whenever it was taught. It's not that I didn't like the pose. It's that I was embarrassed at how horrible I was at it. Despite all the props and good intentions my teachers offered my pelvis just would not budge. After a year of struggling with it I just gave up. Contrary to what my teacher at the time predicted, my 'surrender' did nothing to melt my hamstrings.
There's a popular quote out there that goes something like, "It's not about touching your toes, it about all the lessons you learn on the way down." For my fellow long-levered, hamstring-challenged yogis I offer this variation, "It's not about touching your toes. The ability to touch a body-part is not indicative of wisdom."