Tutorials

On this page you'll find all tutorials ever made by the SLACKTIVITY Crew. 

  1. Overview Highline Tutorials

    The biggest dream and fear of every slackliner - Highlining attracts more and more slackliners. It's an disciplince within slacklining. It's diverse, fascinating, complex, scary but a lot of fun at the same time! Your mind, or your family thinks you're crazy, and that it's a ridicilous dangerous sport. But think about it. You're attatched to a slackline, with a backup, a breaking strength as low as 2 tons or 20kN. You're in the middle of the air. What can you hit? There's nothing you can fall on. It's not like climbing where you're close to the rockwall. 
    Thereby comes that you don't have to be an absolute pro to highline! There've been new comers to the highline sport, that mastered it within one year (our athletes: Les Farfadets, Louise Lenoble). This wasn't possible for them if there was not an experienced highliner with them to rig the lines safely. 
    So remember: You don't have to be an slackline expert to start highlining, learn the basics; (chongo-)mount, mantle mount and leashclimb and you're ready to go. You just have to have a few expert friends who can take you out highlining! 

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  2. Overview Longline Tutorials

    The next level - Longlinen is probably the most varied and most exciting (maybe expect highlining) discipline of slacklining. Whether beginner or pro - here you will find tutorials to expand your longline experience. Have fun on the narrow band! Feedback on the videos or ideas for new tutorials are always welcome.

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  3. Overview Trickline Tutorials

    On this page you'll find an overview of all the trickline tutorials out there made by Samual Volery!

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  4. Overview Slackline-Basics & Static tricks

    Get inspriration for you first steps, static- and dynamic tricks on a slackline! All the videos help you out to become a better slackliner, explained by Samuel Volery, Tobias Rodenkirch & Jonas Konijnenberg. 

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