1. Volcano boarding
Snowboards are yesterday! We present to your attention a new sport – volcano riding. Volcano boarding is insane as much as it seems at first glance. The only place in the world where you can ride on the slope of an active volcano is Nicaragua, Leon department. It is here that the active volcano Cerro Negro is located. Anyone can rush down from a height of 725 meters on a special wooden board at a speed of up to 80 km / h, knowing that the volcano is still active, and its last eruption occurred just over 10 years ago. This is a really powerful adrenaline rush! It will take as long as 45 minutes to climb to the top of Cerro Negro, and God forbid to go down not only with the breeze, but also in its entirety, because the slope by the mountain is really steep: 41 degrees.
2. Train surfing
This type of activity is absolutely illegal. But this article is not about laws, but about extreme extremes, so we will tell you about train surfing. Its essence lies in riding on the roof or on the bandwagon of trains moving at full speed. You Continue reading
Extreme sports – sports, usually associated with a danger to life.
The aim of the work is to consider extreme sports from two points of view, both from a positive influence and from a negative one.
Extreme sport is the limit of human capabilities, it is a desire to resist the elements, to experience the thrill, to overcome fear. The history of extreme sports, of which today there are over a hundred, as well as the word “extreme” itself, has Western roots. This sport was born abroad in the first half of the 20th century, and since the mid-1950s. began to actively advance in other countries of the world. Moreover, Continue reading
It is not an exaggeration to say that fear is one of the most dangerous enemies of man, and the question of how to overcome fear is one of the oldest questions. It would seem nonsense. After all, a sense of fear, on the contrary, is designed to protect a person from falling into dangerous situations. And when it comes to primitive existence, it worked. Therefore, fear arose in the process of evolution.
But the further a person moved away from the primitive society according to the time line, the less fear performed its protective functions. Indeed, real dangers became less and less, and fears were, and remained, becoming more and Continue reading