Are you in an abusive relationship with your slackline gear? Highline injury reports!


I know highlining looks dangerous but it is relatively safe. However it is NOT an all or nothing sport and people can get hurt. Over 20 slackliners share their injuries they got while slacklining or highlining. These interviews were taken at http://www.ggbygathering.org/.


Thank you to the following for sharing your story (in order):

Jerry Miszewski (@slackinjer)

Justin Smestad (@inderida2000)

Hayden Smith

Dominic Bochnia (@dominicbochnia)

Jacob Adamson (@slacklifejake)

Lorenzo DeMuro (@Loriggzo)

Anthony Robinson (@arobslacks)

Xavier Staggs (@tokenslackguy)

Vinny Delaney (@the_vin_that_spins)

Michael Zavala (@themike_z)

Spencer Seabrooke (@spencerseabrooke)

Mauro Poletti (@mauritoap)

Catie May (@boopsbalances)

Michelle Griffith (@chelleslacks)

Frizz Watts (@fuckitupfrizz)

Alexandra Reynaldo (@reyndropyoga)

Zollie Goodman (@goodman_slackin)

Kim Weglin (@theslackgoddess)

Alex Gavic (@wildwildwasatch)

Brian Mosbaugh (@moabmonkeys)

Kyle Kerns (@kyle_kerns)

Steven Milov (@stevenmilov)

Brooke Kollman (@notyourslackmom)


Find slackliners near you at

https://www.hownot2.com/slacklinegroups/


Thank you to my Patreon supporters who donate $1 per episode at https://www.patreon.com/howNOTtoHighline


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