Slacklining is not a difficult sport, as long as you can endure the first day’s frustration when things do not work out as fast as you would like. Many of us started slacklining by ourselves and if you are reading this article, trying to find out how to slackline, you are probably going through the […]
When You ask yourself how to choose a slackline there are many things that you may want to consider. There are many options regarding the lenght, width, material of the webbing, tensioning systems and price. So, what kind of slackline do you need and what is the right choice for You? The answer is mainly depending on […]
When we go out to practice our sport we have to consider some basic slackline safety rules and good practices. Using public spaces, we must follow rules of good coexistence, to protect ourselves, to protect others and slackline. Slackline Safety & Basic Rules Anchor Points You should only mount slacklines on structures if you know […]
Rodeoline is a slackline discipline that corresponds to its literal meaning. In rodeoline the slackline (= loose line) has no tension at all.
Trickline, that is practiced on beaches, parks and indoor spaces around the world, it’s more about tricks than walking and crossing lines. The point is to perform tricks over the slackline and the goal is to make increasingly difficult ones, combining them into larger and larger sequence
“What is slacklining?” This is a question that seems simple and quick to answer. But it’s not the case. It is a sport that consists of balancing on a dynamic line, tensioned between two anchor points. The slackliner can walk on it and perform dynamic or static tricks.
Highlining is a slackline discipline that is practiced at great heights, between mountains, buildings, bridges or whatever. It is a great challenge and a slackline discipline in which the mental game and mindset are far more important than the technical and physical ability. To really know what is highlining you probably have to try to stand […]