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This article explains what slacklining is, and how to do it safely. You should realize that walking a tightrope over a waterfall may result in death in a few seconds if you attempt it without expert supervision, and without the right safety gear and knowledge. These guys make it look easy, but it is in fact a very hard and dangerous thing to do.
Published by Rowan Casey 61 months ago in Extreme Sports | +4 votes | 2 comments
Shark attacks have been prevalent along the coastline in west Australia and the peninsula of Victoria. In most situations surfboard riders and divers are targeted.In mornings and evenings are the most likely times as hunger strikes and they have a huge appetite.People are thrilled with sharks as well as they will dive with them with the protection of a metal cage. They would take a video of that time confronting a shark.Sharks main food supply are seals and whales in mass.
Published by Peter Curtis 62 months ago in Extreme Sports | +3 votes | 2 comments
Competitive eating is a sport that has some large monetary rewards for the winners. A competitive eater may win up to $100,000 in just one contest. Those who participate in this sport will train rigorously for months to prepare for a competition. Competitive eating has become popular enough to be televised live on ESPN.
Published by Jamie Myles 64 months ago in Extreme Sports | +8 votes | 2 comments
A complete athletic physical with blood work and eye exams are usually required. Due to the sport becoming a little bloody at times you must be clean of HIV/HEP B/ HEP C in order to compete. You will also be tested for illegal and performance enhancing substances. Dependant on the promoter and the state you may even be checked before or after your fights.
Published by Knojiwriter 65 months ago in Extreme Sports | +2 votes | 0 comments
Chael Sonnen agreed to do an interview with this guy which probably put him on the map here so I would say he now owes Chael for those five minutes of fame. He should be happy he got the interview that he did or I personally would not ever have known who he was. Landsberg may be a good guy and simply didn’t know how to handle Chael’s “unique” characteristics in an interview.
Published by Knojiwriter 66 months ago in Extreme Sports | +2 votes | 0 comments
The 2012 University Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities will go down in history as one of the most controversial races ever.For the first time in its 158 year history a swimmer got into the River Thames endangering his life by swimming between the boats and getting under the oars of the Oxford crew.Because of this the race had to be stopped and restarted again 7 minutes later.This caused problems for the Oxford crew who snapped one of their oars by getting too close to Cambridge ...
Published by Amanda Wilkins 66 months ago in Extreme Sports | +0 votes | 0 comments
If you are in the Portland or Vancouver area or have the time and money to travel, come watch me and Damon Jordon DESTROY our opponents Saturday, April 7th at the Vancouver Mall. Fights start at 7 PM. Hope to see you all there rooting for me and the 145 pound champ, Damon Jordon. Tickets should be $20 if they have not already sold out.
Published by Knojiwriter 66 months ago in Extreme Sports | +1 votes | 0 comments
How does a person train to be a competitive eater? What are the rewards and more importantly, what are the risks? How do speed eaters stretch their stomachs to hold so much food and what are their secrets to devouring it so quickly. Is competitive eating a sport or just a dangerous occupation? Learn also why most competitors are not obese.
Published by Marilyn Eisele 68 months ago in Extreme Sports | +11 votes | 14 comments
MMA has gone a long ways in a short time but not without sacrifice of blood and sweat and tears from those who stood their ground and helped legalize the sport. I have heard several claim credit, but the truth of the matter is that many people played key roles in the legalization of MMA. The fans were possibly the biggest deciding factor. But donÂ’t forget the promoters who hosted the shows illegally and others who actually argued with politicians in meetings to make it a reality.
Published by Knojiwriter 68 months ago in Extreme Sports | +3 votes | 0 comments
Stone Cold and The Rock are without doubt amongst the greatest wrestlers of all time. Their famous rivalry in the WWF ring will always be remembered as one the great story lines in WWF history. The Rock was a wrestler who rose into fame during the late 90Â’s. He is now known as an all-time legend in the wrestling industry. The Rock has won sixteen championships in the WWF industry. He has won titles like the World Heavyweight Championships, seven WWF Championships, two WCW Championships, two ...
Published by imdad hussain 69 months ago in Extreme Sports | +0 votes | 0 comments
Rock climbing is one of the fastest growing outdoor activities. The youthful generations of today have sought out external challenges and pushing physical limits to extreme while enjoying exercise, fresh air, and a beautiful view after the climb.
Published by Danny Hauger 70 months ago in Extreme Sports | +0 votes | 0 comments
Orange County may not have a major MMA star to boast, but there are a growing number of martial arts workshops to help you learn the sport or just get in better shape. For those who are interested in this activity, you have to know where to go to find the best deal and gain the most valuable experience.
Published by Danny Hauger 70 months ago in Extreme Sports | +0 votes | 0 comments
A local Oregon favorite and one of my good friends who made it to the UFC, Mike Pierce has yet another UFC bout scheduled for November 12th on Fox.
Published by Knojiwriter 72 months ago in Extreme Sports | +4 votes | 0 comments
Barry Holmes was once a name feared in the FCFF. Barry Holmes was feared so much by trainers that several title holders turned him down for a fight. Trevor Harris held the title in Southern Oregon for one venue and he dodged Barry Holmes.
Published by Knojiwriter 72 months ago in Extreme Sports | +0 votes | 0 comments
Personally, I wouldn't want to train at a facility where unprofessionalism is their key element. Braveheart Gym, shame on you.
Published by Knojiwriter 72 months ago in Extreme Sports | +0 votes | 12 comments
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