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  • Slackline Challenge Podersdorf | Sieg für Marcel
    Slacken (Slacklinen, Slacklining) is a new trend sport similar to tightrope walking, where one is balancing on a hose or belt strap, between the two attachment points such as, for example, two trees will be strained.

    Slacklinen is still a young sport, for which there is no catalog of exercise difficulty with standardized parts such as those offered in the sport of gymnastics is the case.

    Beginners Tricks
    – Walking
    – Stand
    – Popping up on the Line
    – Slipping on the line (always pushing one foot without lifting it from the line)
    – Rotations
    – 180° turn

    Advanced Tricks
    – Jump in the Line
    – Go backward
    – To walk with eyes closed
    – Grabs going to take (in the squat and the Line)
    – Slipping Sliden jump (with start and along the Line)
    – Jump 360 ° turn of the Line
    – Lying on the line (and rise again)
    – Cross-legged on the line (from a standing start in a crouch and then the legs interlock)

    Pro or Professional Tricks
    – Cycling on the slackline
    – Handstand
    – Backflip
    – Frontflip
    – Flips
    – 180°, 360°, 540° jumps on the Line
    – Swing surfing on the line (extreme left to right)
    – High jump
    – High jump with Grabs
    – High jumps and flips with twists

    In contrast to balancing on the tightrope, where the rope is stretched so tight that it barely moves, stretches a slackline under the weight of the lacquer liner. The slackline behaves unlike very dynamic and requires a constant balancing their active self-motion. The requirements of the Slackers at the athletes are a combination of balance, concentration and coordination. Due to these properties is the slackline well as additional training for sports such as climbing, skiing, martial arts, horse riding, vaulting and other sports that require a good sense of balance.

    History of Slacklining
    While the tight-rope walking in the circus has a very long tradition, which is a fairly young sport Slacker. It evolved in the early 80s from a pastime for the climbers in Yosemite National Park. This balance has been distributed to the 60′s the time to rest and days of rain so on ropes to cordon and parking places. Adam Grosowsky and Jeff Ellington were the first who came up with the idea to use their climbing equipment for it and brought it the slack in the camp of climbers in the Valley, from where it was from about the turn of the millennium to other climbing areas, and finally outside the Climbing sport spread.

    In Europe, the photographer and climber Heinz Zak is a pioneer.

    Regardless of the ’70s and ’80s rock climbers in Europe have also strained balance on ropes. Furthermore, also used the ski racer Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden, and Bode Miller of the United States a taut rope or tape in order to balance the training of balance to it. These developments, however, remained limited to a very narrow group of people and were able to establish itself as neither form nor disseminate training as a separate sport.

    Since 2007, a further trend prevailed, the “jumping” on the slackline. There are special Jumplines (Gibbon Slacklines) available on the market. In this application, the line taut as possible slackline is used, while distances are rarely exceed 15 meters. The “Slack Jumper” perform 180 ° and 360 ° rotations, and Vorwärtssalti backflip and landing on the slackline, somersaults from the line on the floor over his shoulder. Likewise slackline park and it is drawn from line to line gejumpt. The line is not higher than hip level while tense.

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