Who doesn’t like an hour or two of sports? It helps to keep you mind and body sharp and active. All of us are either an admirer or into a couple of sports.
Although, there are some people who have taken their passion for their specific sports to a height that can be termed as “extreme”, but that would still be an understatement. Some of the sports will not only test your limits but will push abundance of adrenaline inside you that you won’t forget it for the rest of your mortal life.
Here is a list of 5 extreme sports that you must try before you die.
This sports is not for the ones who are bad with balance, I am not talking about the balance on their phone. The failure won’t cost you anything more than your life, just your life.
Highlining is an extreme version of slacklining. What makes it extreme? The slacklining is done between unbelievable heights. Sometimes people may use a support, while many prefer to do it without any sort of support.
2. Free Solo Climbing
If mountain climbing is overrated for you, you need to try free solo climbing.
As the name suggests, the climber needs to cross the safe mark of any mountain and need to do so without any help. It also means exclusion of a team or safety measures.
There have been major accidents but they have not stopped the extremists to test their luck and courage and achieve triumph over many notable ranges.
3. Bull Riding
“The most dangerous eight seconds in sports” should be enough to introduce this nasty form of sports. It is counted as among one of the riskiest sports and even 8 seconds on top of the bull will qualify it as a successful ride per the American culture.
The thrill of the ride will sure be unforgettable once you will go through it. But make sure to ride it empty stomach or be ready to confront what you meal.
Acrophobic? In that case, you should better look for a better option. Winsuiting is the sport of gliding through the air using a wingsuit.
Wingsuits are referred to as many names but my favourite one is “Wannabe be batman” or maybe even the “flying squirrel suits”.
There have been significant changes in the design that have helped the sports gain popularity and push the limits.
5. Underwater Ice Hockey
Ice hockey is a pretty intense game and the intensity is amplified when it is played upside-down underneath frozen pools or ponds.
Players restrain themselves from using breathing apparatus. They alternatively surface for air every now and then.
The sports gained worldwide attention after two worldwide competitions were arranged in 2007 and 2013 at Austria.