Slackline performance without any safety equipment at 30 meters above ground
If he’s out of balance, there’re only two possible results: to seize the line, or death. Without any safety equipments at 30 meters above ground in the air, U.S. man Andy Lewis was performing Slackline. Death Valley National Park in southeastern California and southwestern Nevada, 24-year-old Andy Lewis without any safety protection was steadily walking on the slackline 30.48 meters above the ground which was over a rock gorge of 15 meters wide. Andy Lewis likes all kinds of extreme sports, even though sometimes life-threatening. 2004, he graduated from high school and then began to fall in love with extreme sports. After honing skills a few years, he decided to be a professional Slackline performer in 2008. Slackline is a challenging balance exercise and is said that it developed from tightrope walking, usually by using a nylon belt width of 25 mm and thick of 3 mm, players walk on it and complete a variety of skill acts.