Working out is boring.
Rock climbing is a brutally simple sport. Whether you’re on a bouldering wall, a granite face, or an actual mountain, the line between success and failure is plainly clear. You have to reach the top of whatever you’re attempting to summit or you’ll fall in the process.
American Ninja Warrior, a sort of modern and souped-up version of American Gladiators, has been on TV for seven seasons without anyone ever making it to Stage 4 of Mt. Midoriyama—let alone completing it. Until tonight.
The guy on the left set a new world speed climbing record, scaling the wall in about 5.6 seconds. His name is Danyl Boldyrev and he's from the Ukraine but I'm pretty sure that's Peter Parker on steroids. I mean he basically shoots out of a cannon and reaches the top in no time.
On November 7, the rock climbing magazine Rock and Ice reported Clif Bar had cut five of its 20 sponsored climbers. It's not uncommon for companies like Clif to add and drop athletes, but this was different: the five it cut—Alex Honnold, Dean Potter, Steph Davis, Cedar Wright and Timmy O'Neill—are some of the most…
Her toys are strategically placed on the wall, and damnit if she doesn't glide right on up there to get to every one of them. It's incredibly cute, and rather amazing. The video stops before we get to see how she gets down, but she probably just shits herself.
Here, watch this. It's old. But it's good! It also has poop. Whatever, it's a summer Friday.