Jeb Corliss ” Grinding The Crack”

Multiple cam angle flying the crack. I already understand the departure was dreadful however the trip made up for it:-RRB-.

Extreme Sports: Are They Worth The Risk?

Extreme sports like street luging, skateboarding on rails and ramps, and snow boarding off nearly impossible jumps are hotter today than they have ever been before. The athletes who pursue these challenging activities often become as dedicated as Olympians and spend hours every day practicing and improving their technique in order to be able to enjoy the thrill that only making the perfect ollie or dropping a hill on a buttboard can bring. Extreme athletes often refer to the adrenaline rush of competing as being “amped,” and many say that there is no other feeling in the world that is as satisfying. For most of these rough and tumble athletes, part of the appeal of extreme sports is the danger.

Unlike sports that are regulated by official certified judges and require the athletes to wear protective gear and perform with ship shape equipment, extreme sports competitions sometimes include relatively unprotected athletes competing on somewhat ramshackle paraphernalia, like luge boards made out of skateboards with plywood additions. These conditions lead to greater thrills for many of the participants, because the more dangerous a situation is the more adrenaline the body produces, leading to the feeling of being “amped.” However, the long term damage that results from the kinds of injuries that many extreme athletes endure often leaves these enthusiastic men and women feeling less than thrilled. Whether or not the excitement of extreme sports is worth the danger is something that nobody can decide but the athlete who is putting his or her body on the line. However, if you or somebody in your life is thinking about joining the hardcore world of extreme sports, it is a good idea to do some research into what common injuries are, and how they can be prevented.

Often, wearing a helmet or certain kinds of padding can make the difference between ending up in the hospital after a wipe-out and walking away with a few pesky bruises. The hazards of every sport are unique, so the kinds of kneepads that a skateboarder favors might not be very much help to a street luger. The only protective gear that will really help an athlete is the gear that is specifically appropriate to his or her sport, so before you put any money into protective gear, read as much as you can about the hazards you are likely to face, and try to get some firsthand advice from experienced athletes in the field you want to be a part of. Many extreme athletes don’t bother with the kind of protective gear that they should be wearing, in part because they worry that kneepads or elbow pads will decrease their cool factor. However, taking care of your body is as important for an extreme athlete as it is for any athlete, if not more so. Even if chucking bales might not seem as exciting with a helmet as it is without one, if you protect yourself you can always be sure that you will have the chance to take another crack at your favorite extreme challenge.

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30 Responses to Jeb Corliss ” Grinding The Crack”

  1. Bad Lad

    Grinding the crack 😉😉😉

    • Octavian Hubbabuba

      Thats what she said

    • Ning3n

      GIGGITY!

  2. Peace Love Bunny

    I expected a guy with crack rocks and a mortar-and-pestle.

    • Sarah G

      LOL!

    • mickdel

      but wouldnt that defeat the purpose of converting coke to crack in the
      first place? Not that I would know about such things

    • Malavika Ajeeth

      Reeeaally Hоt Girls =>
      https://twitter.com/4a3fe6b56070d2a4c/status/800976871114481664 Jeеb
      Coooorliss Grinding Theеe Craack

    • Sarah G

      +mickdel Suuuuuuure you wouldn’t know lol.

  3. Michel Nadon

    i think i ll buy myself a flying squirel good enough for me and my 120 kg

  4. Sarah G

    Thanks for sharing this with us Jeb! Just awesome.

  5. NorthForkFisherman

    The worst part of this is looking at all those people who disliked this and
    knowing for them, the most exciting thing in their lives is to change lanes
    without using a turn signal. LIVE UNTIL YOU DIE!

    • Bobby Lavinier

      I see no reason to dislike the video it’s fucking awesome

  6. Wayne Ashworth

    When the shot freezes on you mis air, mere feet above the ground I
    swear….everytime.
    Absolutely one of the best things to come out of Youtube.

  7. Bobby Lavinier

    I want the song and I want that suit

  8. Irma Reyes

    Lol this is what my teacher put in class today but srsly DONT TRY THIS AT
    HOME XDD

  9. moofushu

    My wife said I can do this as long as I take out a 20 million dollar life
    insurance policy first with her as the sole beneficiary. She either really
    loves me or really hates me. I can’t make up my mind.

    • Popescu Rene

      you should get divorce 😛

    • Red Leader playz

      moofushu ha ha. Read the fine print as I am sure this activity would make
      the policy void. Don’t tell her that.

  10. Tevin Tchuinkam

    this is my dream

    • Popescu Rene

      same here. Howold are you?

    • n00b ClipZ

      Popescu Rene 84 …you?

    • Tevin Tchuinkam

      +Popescu Rene I am 13!

  11. Popescu Rene

    i wonder if age matters in this sport? I am 23 years old already, I’m not
    old?

    • Sarah G

      I don’t see why age should be an issue as long as you’re in good shape and
      have all your faculties. And no of course you’re not too old.

  12. Twomur

    I will never, ever get tired of watching this.

  13. Red Leader playz

    He must of done 50 jumps to lock it in.

  14. Red Leader playz

    What if a balloon got caught. That would have fucked him.

  15. Lucas Johnson

    Even after 5 years, this remains one of my favorite videos on this site.

  16. Joe Kinsella

    This is the mountain in point break 2015 right?

  17. Ping Pong

    This video and song fit like a glove

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