Watch Chris Van Dine racing on the down hill urban course of Taxco, Mexico. He first crashes attempting a backflip at full speed—then he tries again, jumps and rides his bike on a wall, before completing a successful backflip.
Impressive video of professional ice climbers Klemen Premrl and Aljaz Anderle climbing icebergs in Greenland's Disko Bay. Or, better said, trying to climb: They were very fragile and one started to collapse as they were going up.
Fidgety.Increased heart rate. Butterflies in your stomach. There's no doubt about it: you're nervous. Buy why?
Do you have trouble sticking to workout regimens? Maybe you start off strong for the first couple weeks, but then you start missing them here and there until, eventually, you realize there's a you-shaped cavern in your couch. You're in good company. But there's a tool that our own bodies produce that might just be the…
Everyone knows what it feels like to be absolutely terrified. And while it might not be your favorite flavor of fun, you can't deny it's a rush. That's because your brain takes fear as a cue to start dishing out its own kind of halloween candy in the form of delicious neurotransmitters.
Ever wonder why roller coasters can make even the strongest of stomachs feel like they're turning inside out? Or why, as you seemingly dangle dangerously upside down, you never quite feel like you're actually upside down? And did you know that some of the force you feel along the way has the potential to "cause…
It happens all the time. You stub your toe or bash your elbow, scream "Mother SUCKER!" (or something), and instantly feel just a bit better. It's true: your potty mouth saves you aspirin money. Science!