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RipSurfer X

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This is the RipSurfer X, an exercise machine made by SurfSET Fitness. It's a strength training machine that simulates the movements of a surfer out on the waves. This machine mimics paddling in the ocean, which builds shoulder and lower back strength while improving cardio. Popping up onto the board activates the body’s core muscles and the actual riding component of the machine builds up leg strength and balance, helping you to achieve the total surfer body.
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Sumo Suits

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Wear these Sumo Suits, and going to battle, looks funny! These outrageously fun suits envelop your frail body with hefty padding and a sumo styled hairpiece helmet that let you charge your opponent head on without risk of injury.
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Radinn Electric Wakeboard

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The Radinn Electric Wakeboard is constructed from lightweight carbon fiber and is equipped with lightweight lithium batteries making the board easy to carry and small enough to fit in the back of a car.  The whole board, including battery, weighs about 29 kg (64 lb). Speed is controlled by a wireless waterproof handheld remote. The board currently can travel at up to 25 knots (29 mph or 46 km/h), although the final commercial version will likely be able to go faster. One charge of the battery should reportedly be good for 45 to 60 minutes of use at mixed speeds, or 20 to 30 when going full-out. It is priced at €15,000 (about US$19,375).
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Skateboarding in 5001 Balloons!

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Skateboarding in 5001 blue balloons.

Billiards trick shots

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Amazing trick shots by Ziemowit Janaszek.

Indian Man Sets World Record by Doing 16 Pull-Ups with His Pinkie Fingers

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Maibam Itomba Meitei performs the most consecutive pull-ups...using only his two pinkies! In 27 seconds, he did this 16 times!
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World’s First MTB Tsunami Flip

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Szymon Godziek landed the first ever Tsunami Flip on a mountain bike in contest at the best trick showdown at Red Bull District Ride 2014  in Nürnberg, Germany.

Greatest Game Ever Played – Zorb Soccer

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Zorb soccer.

This Yo-Yo World Champ's Skills Are Amazing

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This weekend, the World Yo-Yo Contest in Prague wrapped up with California native Gentry Stein taking the top prize—and his skills are completely mind blowing. Check out the video!
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Guys ride the largest urban zipline in the world

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Ride a zip line down a 700-foot building...

Epic Roof Jump

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Professional stunt man Ethan Swanson takes a flier off a four-story rooftop in Chicago, Illinois.  Warning: Don't try it!
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Tiwal

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Tiwal is inflatable sailing dinghy, and easy to store.  It’s versatile design allows for both high performance solo use and leisure sailing in pairs. TIWAL 3.2 is 3,20m (10.5′) long and has a 5.20 m2 / 7.00 m2 (56 sq.ft / 75 sq.ft) sail. It is light, 50kg (111lbs), compact and folds away in two bags. It can be assembled and taken down in 20 minute.
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Urban Surfing down streets of San Francisco!

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"It's an ad for something, but I don't care, I just want to slip n slide forever in San Francisco now." Cool
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Chainmail Running Shoes

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Jörg Peitzker calls his invention Paleo Barefoots. Running barefoot provides complete feedback, but also puts the runner at risk of stepping on something sharp and painful. Additionally, running barefoot on mud can get slippery. Peitzker thinks that his chainmail shoes provide the right balance between feeling the road and getting injured by it. Chainmail also provides excellent traction. And if you run through mud or water, it’s easy to wash and dry off.
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World Cup Chemistry

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The 2014 World Cup final is almost here, and no matter which two teams meet for the title match, there's one thing they'll both need to win: the ball. The "brazuca" is different from most other soccer balls out there, and our pals over at the Compound Interest blog dug in to find out why