This is a compilation video from Russian firefighter Artur Prosport of various ladder climbing races in which participants use a one-story ladder to reach a window, then reuse the ladder to reach the second story window, and once more to reach the third story and enter as quickly as possible.
This is a video of two Polish rowing teams going head-to-head in a tug of war-like challenge by paddling their hearts out to see which team can push themselves across the center line. So it’s not really a tug of war since they’re trying to move forward, it’s more of
Red Bull: it gives you wings. But what you might not know is that it also makes you a pinball, as evidenced by the company constructing this giant 65-foot human pinball machine at a 45-degree angle and letting freerunner Pasha ‘the Boss’ Petkuns attempt to set a high score as
This is a video of the members of parkour team STORROR playing an extreme game of the floor is lava by taking turns attempting to parkour their way across Full Fathom Five, a seafarer memorial sculpture created by artist Michael Dan Archer in Portishead, England. The sculpture consists of 108
This is an impressively shot and almost hard to believe video of gymnast Oleg Chernyshenko infinitely backflipping his way down a steep sand bank at Cape Kiwanda Beach in Oregon. There’s also an Instagram embed that shows the cameraman (Oleg’s brother) running down the hill beside him at full speed
Because all it takes is putting in the time and effort and holding yourself accountable (alternatively, just buying the fat-burning snake oil I’m selling), this is a video of Youtuber Billy Brendan recording himself planking every day over the course of a month to document his exercise and weight-loss journey.
This is a video documenting NYU track star Jon Diáz attempting to exit the New York City 2-3 subway train at Chambers Street and beat it to its next stop at Park Place. Can he do it? SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER: Yes, returning to the train (after trying to get on
This is a video of 13-time World Champion arm wrestler Irina Gladkaya of Russia destroying anyone foolish enough to challenge her (in an attempt to win $100) at Miami’s Muscle Beach. She, uh, she’s serious business. Could I beat her? Absolutely not. Could I have my arm broken so badly