Possibly in a bid to have the sport included in the 2024 Olympics in Paris, this is a must-see video of a pair of synchronized Slinkers (aka Slinky manipulators) demonstrating their skills. And what skills they are! It’s like they were juggling rainbow colored lasers in unison. My eyes felt
Hot Wheels: they’re way better than Cold Wheels. Or cold feet, especially if you’ve been waiting to ask that special someone out for a while now. What are you waiting for? But enough about the confidence you think you’ve been missing actually being inside of you the whole time a
Because who actually uses a home treadmill for exercise instead of rapidly eating Cheez-Its or riding in a laundry basket at faster and faster speeds, these are several videos of Youtuber Steve Wilkins and sons hosting 100 car demolition derbies on the piece of workout equipment, regularly increasing the speed
In what was clearly an act of fearlessness, this is a video of a little Evel Knievel stunt cycle toy (available here if you’re interested) jumping six ramps in row (with his helmet flying off on the last one!), much to the astonishment of onlookers like a hippopotamus, lion, Iron
In what can only be described as a show stopper, this is a short video of a woman hula hooping with her butt. It was so impressive I thought at first it had to be CGI, but after zooming and enhancing until my graphics card started smoking and caught fire,
Daring to dream: some people aren’t afraid to do it. Case in point: this video of the Brick Experiment Channel trying to construct the world’s longest 1:1 LEGO gear train (with first and last gears turning at the same speed), all driven by a single LEGO Power Functions motor. And
Note: Screepcap doesn’t do it justice, it’s worth a watch. This is a first person POV ride of the world’s longest indoor mountain bike trail, located at Ray’s Indoor Mountain Bike Park in Cleveland, Ohio. The longest continuous trail in the 160,000 square foot facility is just short of a
This is a video of crafter of things, writer, rider (motorcycle and bike), part-time teacher, and animal lover Becky Stern (links to her website with free downloadable patterns) demonstrating how to make some illuminated zodiac embroideries that light up thanks to LEDs and conductive thread in the back. Pretty cool!