3 friends and a high line - What is fear to you?
Carlos Neto plays on the slackline as if it is an extension of himself. Here you can see him easily free solo walking a dangerous water line, even amongst all the distractions his stillness and breath consume the scene. Keep up with Carlos here
“Few places in this world are more dangerous than home. Fear not, therefore, to try the mountain passes. They will kill care, save you from deadly apathy, set you free, and call forth every faculty into vigorous, enthusiastic action.” - John Muir
It was such a blast to get our first order of apparel in! We are excited to see where these make it in the world, and what R.A.D people end up in them. We are so grateful to have the opportunity to do this, and love the support! Thank you everyone!
Thank you Kesley White for the help. Help support her here
Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.
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Hands after a day of rock climbing
How will you get to your next R.A.D destination?
Slackline offers so many different aspects for being such a simple concept. Longline is endurance training for the mind, the breath, and the body that consists of setting up a long slackline between 2 points. Often times set up 12-20'+ high and very loose (the anchor 15 foot, the walker in middle ~1'-2') in parks, beaches, forests, pretty much anywhere there are 2 reasonable points and a decently clear walking area.
Keeping your focus, Trusting that the line will be in front of your feet, Moving Forward
Life is a balance of holding
on and letting go.
GGBY has only gotten larger and more popular over the years, and for good reason! With the efforts of Andy Lewis and many others the opportunity to create becomes abundant. From rock climbers, to BASE jumpers, with Highliners, and Circus GGBY leaves you feeling determined to become the best version of yourself. You are inspired by the superhumans around you completely conquering their minds. The art, and creativity that comes from this event is always amazing, and the next level athletes who emerge are worth keeping an eye on. Always excited to get out to the desert and be inspired by R.A.D people.
“Balance, that's the secret. Moderate extremism.
The best of both worlds.”
This quote sits with us at R.A.D in so many ways, but today we think about work hard, play hard. Everyday the world offers you to meet it with excitement and passion, but often we get so distracted with our busy lives trying to make a living we forget to connect with ourselves and listen to our needs. Nature, and far off places offer a quiet retreat from our daily lives to create a space to be in tune with our minds and bodies.
Climbing in Maple canyon is always a treat. The conglomerate climbing is so unique and pumpy. Stoked to train harder to come back to this place full of
adventure and R.A.D moments.
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We have spent nearly a decade on the road learning about the world, and we have found that everyone wants to connect and belong, but not everyone has an "in" or the self esteem to do so. We hope RAD inspires others to live fully, appreciate the moment, and connect with everyone on the fact deep down, we are all the same.