5 most interesting but thrilling sports

5 most interesting but thrilling sports


  1. Water rafting:

It is very interesting and adventurous sports. You’re floating on the water with imbalanced and uncertain surface. Water can be very fast and deep. During your journey nature around you make this adventure more interesting and thrilling. Huge stones in the water, unexpected scenarios, waterfalls etc. these all beautiful moments will be part of your journey. Average water rafting time is two to three hours. I would suggest you before going on this adventure don’t eat. Because it can cause vomiting which can ruin all you joys. Do not try this during rainy days because water can be very violent. On average 5-10 people got injured while they are drafting in water. But everyone should try this at least once in their life.  It’s amazing and beautiful. You will enjoy every single second of your journey. But be careful and take someone who is very expert at this.paraguay-white-water-rafting-1024x682

  1. High Wire:

I heard reaction of people when they were watching “The walk”. People were scared even they were watching this movie. Obviously it is not an easy in fact it’s thriller. This game is very interesting, because everyone who haven’t experience this thing, always thinks how a person can stand and walk on a rope with a stick in hand. I really believe that you need a lot of courage to do this. Because when you’re walking on a rope at a height of thousand feet there is no support you have except a rope. On the other side this is very interesting game because you need to apply rules of Physics. Your balance, you movement and you physicist altogether makes you a perfect walker. Though normally they have some safety precautions but still major injury cannot be ruled out. Don’t try this if your heart is not strong enough even to watch this.  It can be havoc for you. But this is the most thrilling sport in my list, but on the other it is very interesting as well.walk-jglevitt_03

  1. Surfing:

You need to know the nature of water if you’re going to do this. You should be good swimmer, athlete and decision maker so you can do it in a better way. Apparently it looks so easy and beautiful. But unpredictability of water makes this very tough. Your position and your technique in surfing matters most. You cannot neglect the influence of shark and other sea creature. They can harm you as well. But if you’re good surfer then you will enjoy a lot, because this play is full of excitement. The time when you’re over and under the huge wave is full of thrill. But you need to understand all the physics involved in this game otherwise anything bad can happen. During stormy days don’t try this, because waves can be a monster and more powerful. Sometimes people take these water waves so easy but the result is worst then. If you are  looking for thrill and joy at the same time then move forward and make your life more exciting.

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  1. Base Jumping:

In this play chances of injury or death are very high as compare to above identified sports. Force of gravity, winds pressure and height makes this adventure very dangerous. Beautiful and exciting thing about this profession is that you can fly like a bird in the air. During the period of flight you will experience a lot of different and amazing things. You need to be very strong so you can enjoy this thrilling moment. You can see earth from a height which is very special. You can experience power of air and gravity. For a short moment you will be a superhero. This adventure expands your thoughts and increases your ability to bear the pressure. But this play is very interesting, but dangerous as well. If you want to fly then you should try this, because it’s amazing.freefly-base-jump-in-norway-red-bull-soul-flyers

  1. Free climbing:

Climbing over mountains and rocks was never an easy job. But when it comes to free climbing it gets more dangerous. Because you are totally unequipped so you have no support or assistance from any source. Your every single step is full of thrill. You need to be fully attentive for every single second, because you have no chance of mistake. Sometimes you need to take immediate actions depending upon the circumstances. Means this game teaches you how to hold your nerves and how to perform under pressure conditions. You should be physically very fit and active so you can manage any severe condition. Mountain climbing techniques, attachment with nature and thrill altogether make this sport valuable for my list. Try these all sports you will observe positive change in your thoughts as well as improvement in your stamina to bear pressure.copertina_stefan_glowacz

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Shoaib Rasheed

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Comments (26)

  • Mozer G. Reply

    I guess you find a thrill in ‘almost dying’ 😉 they look dangeroursly fun….

    August 29, 2016 at 9:21 am
    • Shoaib Rasheed Reply

      hehehe…. Yes they are near to dying but they are very interesting when it comes to the techniques.

      August 29, 2016 at 9:30 am
  • That Geek Reply

    This post is interesting haha

    August 29, 2016 at 10:01 am
  • Carolyn Page Reply

    Thank You, Shoaib, for the suggestions; however, I think I will stay with my favourite sport, which is dancing…! 😉

    August 29, 2016 at 12:39 pm
    • Shoaib Rasheed Reply

      hehehe … Dancing is dangerous too you know what I mean. Thanks

      August 29, 2016 at 12:41 pm
  • Dangerspouse Reply

    My wife and I both compete in the lesser known motorcycle sport of “Observed Trials”. Although perhaps not as heart-stoppingly scary as base jumping or free climbing (holy moly, they are INSANE!) trials is nonetheless both interesting and thrilling also. Check out a video or two of current world champ Toni Bou in either indoor or outdoor competition to see what I mean 🙂

    Great post!

    August 29, 2016 at 6:05 pm
    • Shoaib Rasheed Reply

      Okay I’ll check out these videos, yes base jumping and tight rope are the most dangerous one….. but free rope no doubt also very tough one. You should try on unobserved trials to get more thrill.

      August 29, 2016 at 6:16 pm
      • Dangerspouse Reply

        I’m married. I have more than enough death defying thrills in my life already, thankyouverymuch 🙂

        August 29, 2016 at 6:29 pm
  • Daal Reply

    All good sports, but best watched from a cozy armchair – at least for me 🙂

    August 31, 2016 at 10:01 pm
  • Sarang Khanna Reply

    I am not much in sports ! But yes, completely agreed 😀

    September 5, 2016 at 11:52 am
  • Lion/Lioness Reply

    very dangerous sports.. do you have a death wish or something?? I don’t mean to offend you and I apologize if I did, but, these sports are beyond dangerous.

    September 10, 2016 at 4:28 am
    • Shoaib Rasheed Reply

      No I don’t. Actually I always imagine how is it possible? What is science behind? That’s why they attain my attention. I don’t want to become a victim of above mention list. But you know these sports are interesting as well.

      September 10, 2016 at 4:31 am
      • Lion/Lioness Reply

        It’s possible becuase thrill seekers are junkies that thrive on an adrenaline rush. Science? Maybe the science is behind the love of adrenaline and adventure.

        September 10, 2016 at 4:34 am
        • Shoaib Rasheed Reply

          Hahaha yes. I liked thrill.
          Thanks for your thoughts

          September 10, 2016 at 4:36 am
  • John Renard Reply

    I actually read this report and it is very informative.

    October 5, 2016 at 6:44 pm
  • lisabombardieri Reply

    I love how you included surfing! You described it so well!

    December 31, 2016 at 6:16 am
  • thomasharveyblog Reply

    This was awesome I think I would be to scared to try most of them. I think I would try base jumping and surfing the others ill stay at home for.

    January 9, 2017 at 3:42 am
    • Shoaib Rasheed Reply

      hehehe. I’m scared of all these but still I love all.

      January 10, 2017 at 10:01 am
  • quickscope4 Reply

    It’s a scary sport but it will challenge your confidence.

    January 30, 2017 at 8:02 pm

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