If you can’t use this as motivation, then I don’t know what to tell you. Sam Bryant Jr. didn’t start going to the gym ’til he was 44, and well, now he’s 70 & still going strong.
So, I think this takes the whole “extreme” sports thing to another level. Kirill Oreshkin & friends seem to spend their free time climbing huge buildings and landmarks, hanging off of them by a thread with no gear or equipment, and then taking a picture. The cajones on this guy, I tell you what.
The Sochi Olympics officially start tomorrow, but the city is far from ready to host the games. Journalists are blowing up #SochiProblems on Twitter, documenting the terrible living conditions that they and the athletes will have to put up with throughout their stay. Most of the reports are pretty funny, but you still have to feel kind of bad for these guys.
You ever see a piece of art, and instantly know that you need it hanging in your living room? Well, looking at this is one of those moments for me. The bassist for the popular band, Death Cab For Cutie, celebrated the Seahawks victory by creating this picture of Marshawn Lynch made entirely from skittles. Amazing.
Surfing is a sport typically reserved for lucky residents who live near an ocean. Every one else is pretty much out of luck. Until now that is. The Wavegarden is a man-made surfing park located in Spain. The park uses patented technology that generates around 120 perfectly formed waves every hour. The artificial waves can offer rides that last around 20 seconds without losing power or shape. The creators of the Wavegarden are looking to expand their park and open up new location around the world. Hopefully they make their way to the U.S. soon.