To start with, Brymer defines extreme sports as any activity in which a mistake can lead to death. In his studies, Brymer discovered that extreme athletes feel closer to nature and have a higher sense of reality. It is not the risk that draws them to the sport, but rather the feeling of being there and then, being focused on their next move and living the moment without thinking of the outcome.
Knowing the consequences of our errors makes us pay more attention to our surroundings and stay focused until we become one with the environment. When you pour water in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour water in a bottle, it becomes the bottle. When you pour water in a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Water can drip and it can crash. Become like water my friend. Both body and mind are engaged, but the latter plays a far more important role. Amp up your mind game and the body will follow! How else can you train your mind if not by pushing your limits?
Only this way can we come to understand our true potential. In big wave surfing , choosing the right moment to charge that hair-raising wave is a gut feeling. The same goes for choosing the best time or route to go for the summit.
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Trusting your instincts also means being in the moment, completely focused, losing sense of time and space. Waterfall kayaking — Photo credit: Red Bull. Surfing is a solo activity. But to be able to do so, you must first learn to know yourself and the surroundings. You are touching the waves, rocks, earth and snow with your bare hands, getting in contact with a force far greater than you.
As human beings, we tend to take things for granted and consider ourselves the superior species. From time to time, we need a reality check to remind us how feeble we really are in the face of Mother Nature, and it is precisely this awareness that builds mutual respect. After the rush is gone, the beauty of our surroundings is what lasts and what we take with us as a cherished memory. Through surfing and climbing, we are able to explore the last remaining untouched corners of our world and nature in its purest form. What others may call extreme sports are, for us, a spiritual journey of understanding our place in this universe and getting to know ourselves better.
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