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post #21 of 110 (permalink) Old 12-30-2012, 11:17 AM
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Golf... it has nothing to do with snowboarding but it's addicting. I would love to try wake boarding too. Looks like a lot of fun
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fish, hike, river tubing, camping, shoot stuff, explore stuff made of rock and water.
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BMX is theee besssttt
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Tubing in the lakes
I used to do a little dirt bikes but it got expensive when I would be on race comps so I just freeride on my little 90cc
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ive been doing a little rock climbing. its a great workout for you entire body. I think read somewhere that an hour of climbing burns about 900 calories
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Running, road bikes.. I slacked off a lot last year.
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i play a TON of baseball! i golf a bit. i run cross country(as you can see im not out of highschool cuz of my sport choices, im 14) i really want to get into skating though. i hear that when you skate, by winter your fearless because your used to pain :P
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boxing, rugby, longboarding,dirt biking and my personal favorite killing deer which isnt really a sport but i guess you could say im a violent guy. But honestly get yourself a dirtbike youll never look back.
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Dirtbiking is pretty cool, heres some pics of me.



That jump doesnt look that big in the pic but its pretty big. Heres another angle.



Here's one more on another jump. I actually made all these jumps with a compact track loader. It took forever.



I also mountain bike but its not on mountains, just trails, so its only biking I guess. And hockey is ok, I do that but only at local rinks not competitivley. Oh fuck i ride sport bikes or crotch rockets or whatever they're called pretty goddamn awesomely. No pics though. I can upload some wheelie pics from work tommorow if anyone gives a fuck. Shooting is pretty fun too, I do that but it is expensive and I'm fucking TERRIBLE at it. The targets are like "why are we even here?"
the positive of riding dirtbikes in annapolis maryland you get to ride travis pastrana's house
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I do track cycling, both urban and velo.

80% of impossible is possible.
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Hi. Newbie here, first post.
I ride quad quite extensively in the summer, we try get out at least once every week. We also wakeboard obsessively. If the gas was cheaper, we'd go out more, but as it is, we get out twice a week, often more. I also enjoy shooting, cliff jumping, as well as some tamer things like camping and hiking.
I've only gone snowboarding once, but I can feel that it uses a similar set of muscles as wakeboarding. They both require good core strength
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