Challenge your nemesis by choosing your own Adventure Sport
Taking a walk deep into the forests does seem to be the easiest quick-fix for happiness. But who wants to live life that easy! Adrenaline is something that needs constant pricks, and the best way to nudge it is by catching a trail that is lone, rough and thrilling—just like we all have lived our lives so far. While you glide over the dry grasslands or sail over icy ocean waters, there is one thing that connects every adventure—the desire to break limits.
What is so exciting about adventure sports?
Same old routines, same old people around you. Monotony is the biggest ‘fear’ for everyone. Believe it or not, more people die of depression than in their pursuit of extreme sports. Baring a few falls and close shaves, the bruises you show off like a champion does a fantastic job of hiding all the pains of life. A few seconds of thrill can erase years of sordid memories.
You have no competitors here. No chases, no leads. Just you and the nature… controlled by your senses, and spirited fight into areas you never challenged on your own. It is not about winning in extreme sports. Finally, you have a reason to do something without being pushed to the walls.
What excites you? Find it with us…
Climb up through your woes
Rock climbing, mountain trekking and uphill cycling are best thrill sports that require immense physical endurance and will power. Love to walk the roads? Take the experience uphill with weekend trips to your nearest hillock. Find new routes to reach the top. The view from the top is always inspiring, and the same holds true in life.
Snowboarding past fear of death
There are no barriers on snowy peaks, and the rapid tumble like a bombardier trips all the senses in your brain. Less than nanoseconds reaction time and off you go over some of the most capricious snowboarding trails. With practice, you can do jumps, flips, somersaults and crouching moves, all on board, over snow.
Bungee jumping—Topple your ego
So you think you are at top of your game, and you can’t be taken down! Get an ego-test done, and fulfil your wish of extreme sports at the same time. Bungee jumping can shatter your ego of being control of life in seconds. The height, the fall and the swing—all combine into one extreme sports experience that will break all your stereotypical analogies associated with adventure.
While some live life on the edge, bungee jumping will make you feel what it feels to tip over that edge!
Desert Freestyle Motocross- Challenge the muddy slopes and shifting sand dunes
Bikes are not always about riding them fast. More than the pace, they test the balance and coordination of the rider. Make a heart to soul talk with freestyle motocross extreme sports in the lap of Saharan Desert, You can try diverse acrobatic flips and jumps on specially designed bikes. Now a mainstream sport, test your riding skills at a totally different level minus all the bumper traffic.
White water canoeing and rafting
While one is an exclusive individual sport, other takes a team to sail over the mighty rivers and waterfall bursts. Serenading past huge rocks and negotiating tricky curves on a white water trail is not a thing for mediocre beings. It takes some serious flexibility, endurance and patience. A test of multiple skills, white water canoeing and rafting is about keeping your head high, above the water,
Swim till your breath lasts- Free ocean diving
Diving and resurfacing, what could be so extreme about it? Well, Freediving into the deep trenches of the ocean might seem easy, till you get the whole picture. No assistance, equipment and companions. You are on your own, and alive till your breath lasts, A competitive adventurous breath-hold sport, you can test your own amphibian skills. FYI—The world record for longest breath-hold is 31.29 minutes with fins!
You have an open field ahead of you. Choose your own landscape, your own nemesis and kits. Never forget to wear protection gears, and fit a camera always. You may just want to relive the memory all over again and inspire yourself to try a second outing soon.
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