slacklining


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slack·lin·ing

 (slăk′lī′nĭng)
n.
The sport of balancing, walking across, and doing stunts on a slackline.
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slacklining

(ˈslækˌlaɪnɪŋ)
n
(Extreme Sports) the activity of walking across a narrow line of synthetic webbing hung slackly above the ground
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Saturday, July 27: 9am-10.50am, Circus Skills - Slacklining; 11am-11.50am, Line Dancing; Noon-12.50pm, Beginners Hula Hooping; 1pm-1.50pm, Aerial Hoop; 2pm-2.50pm, Capoeira; 3pm-3.50pm, Tribal Fusion Bellydancing; 4pm-4.50pm, Dance Hall Mash Up; 8pm-10pm, Talulah Blue's Burlesque Extravaganza.
Brand new this year, the opening and closing carnivals participants will experience a spectrum of main stage fitness classes, with special guest appearances from high profile influencers and celebrities as well as dedicated sports zones showcasing everything from the FIFA Club World Championship football experience, mini ramp skateboarding and dragon boat racing to slacklining, inline skating and parkour.
For a more adventurous take on this, why not have a go at the latest fitness trend of 'slacklining' (which involves walking along a narrow, flat strip loosely attached low to the ground between two anchor points).
slacklining! mountain biking!), the inaugural Pursuit Series held at Utah's Snow-basin Resort was my peak outdoor experience of 2017.
?Tree climbing, slacklining, leaf art and mask making workshops.
wedding receptions He's a master of slacklining, which is balancing on thin webbing, and bouldering, rock-climbing stripped down to its bare essentials.
Iverson and Duling are also two of three founders of the grass-roots project Crossing Lines, an initiative that teaches slacklining to refugees, seeking to use the sport as a tool for improved intercultural communication in different countries.
He is a master of slacklining - balancing on thin webbing - and bouldering, rock-climbing stripped down to its bare essentials.
Skateboarding, slacklining and parkour in the Urban Woods are a winner for teens.
Children-only activities: Activities organised especially for children on Pitch 10, which overlooks the road between Aspire Zone and Villaggio, from 9am to 3pm include Boot Camp and Telematch competitions, 5-a-side tournaments, football, basketball, volleyball, martial arts and slacklining games.