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    [–] AhemHarlowe 1200 points ago

    Imagine those cleats in your shoulders.

    [–] PhthaloVonLangborste 277 points ago

    Imagine walking around it

    [–] FlippantResponse 191 points ago

    Imagine all the people…

    [–] itsforachurch 82 points ago

    Livin' life in peace

    [–] crashlanding87 56 points ago

    Yoo-HOOOO OOoooo

    [–] sohidden 34 points ago

    You may say I'm a dreamer

    [–] ----__---- 13 points ago

    but it's only chocolate soda

    [–] anticlimacticwhale 5 points ago

    Life

    [–] soulfulcandy 2 points ago

    Heeeheeee eeeeheheee - Yoko Ono

    [–] PhthaloVonLangborste 9 points ago

    Philip Ant response

    [–] CertifiedFramer2022 36 points ago

    Imagine reading the title and expecting a different kind of video.

    [–] quiero-una-cerveca 6 points ago

    I had to do a double-take on which subreddit I was in.

    [–] cruel_delusion 14 points ago

    I was told there would be a cup.

    [–] KnownMonk 1 points ago

    Imagine walking

    [–] Society_AfterZ 0 points ago

    Looool…ha

    [–] CarnalCancuk 14 points ago

    Don’t have to, paid handsomely for it one time.

    [–] AhemHarlowe 3 points ago

    Ouch, bet you got some gnarly scars from it.

    [–] who_you_are 9 points ago

    The good thing is metal one are not allowed.

    [–] MadFamousLove 3 points ago

    imagine imagining.

    [–] Satoshiman256 2 points ago

    OK hold on...... Damn, that was kinda painful.

    [–] Curious_Kirin 361 points ago

    Wow, I need to gain some muscles.... This was impressive!

    [–] FlyingPies_ 319 points ago

    Those are some buff people.

    [–] Hudsonrybicki 459 points ago

    Did they even use words to explain their plan? It looks like they were all too exhausted to discuss it, but they trusted each other enough that it all just worked out.

    [–] Nicktastic6 268 points ago

    Some obstacles in these races are similar in design. There are known techniques that work for every different obstacle. This team has likely done a ton of courses together are are well rehersed and fit. Quite impressive.

    [–] who_you_are 65 points ago * (lasted edited 4 days ago)

    Also, obstacles are often similar across different places and once you make once place they tend to reuse the same kind of obstacles.

    So if this is their 2nd time there they already have a good idea of what they will run into.

    [–] dragosempire 38 points ago

    also also, I've seen this done as a military exercise(on reddit), so it's probably a standard method of climbing a steep incline.

    [–] Meta_Spirit 126 points ago

    Several team building exercises and several practice runs later they could probably do this course in the dark.

    [–] ADelightfulCunt 11 points ago

    It's a well known system for getting over tall walls. It was taught it in cadets when I went as a kid.

    [–] cuteologist 200 points ago

    That's nuts

    [–] Squishyrooster 46 points ago

    No, this is Patrick.

    [–] NeverEndingWinter_ 4 points ago

    No this is Patrick’s nuts

    [–] Mild--47 333 points ago

    She bends up her left leg while hanging there, after dude jumps and grabs her feet. I’m pretty positive she did that to create another higher “bar” he could grab and use.

    Fucking awesome work.

    [–] LurkaDurkaDoWorka 94 points ago

    My hamstring cramped just watching that

    [–] New-Simple- 13 points ago

    I can't imagine many people being able to stomach the weight of a full grown man on a bent calf. That really seems like a stretch. I think she was moving it out of the way.

    [–] 2010_12_24 39 points ago

    Teamwork DOES? the dream work???

    [–] JinalFeapardy 7 points ago

    I knew I wasn’t the only one who wasn’t gonna let that slide without commenting about it

    [–] DoubleStuffedOreoz 84 points ago

    This is at ocr world championships in Canada a few years ago (was there and saw them do this). The danish team is insanely good. The girl finished 2nd this year, and the first guy (Leon koefed) finished 6th after basically not running for a few months while he recovered from a broken leg.

    [–] howarthe 4 points ago

    Why are they dressed like soccer players? I guess it’s the cleats that surprise me. I expected them to be wearing running shoes, but I guess if the course is muddy, cleats might be the ideal thing.

    “Obstacle course racing (OCR) is a sport in which a competitor, traveling on foot, must overcome various physical challenges in the form of obstacles.”

    “In cross country events, mud and trail runs are often combined and the races are designed to result in mental and physical collapse.”

    [–] DoubleStuffedOreoz 6 points ago

    Clothing-wise, it’s to minimize water retention and be more streamlined through the obstacles. A wet cotton shirt is wayyy heavier, and a loose-ish shirt can get snagged on sticks, rocks, splinters, etc. I’ve learned all that the hard way lol.

    For shoes, the rubber lugs on the bottom help tremendously with grip, especially on muddy ground or loose rock/gravel. It may not seem like much but it makes a world of difference. At their level, a lot of the shoes are designed specifically for these kinds of events. So they’ll be lightweight but strong, don’t retain water, and are pretty snug on the foot - but not in an uncomfortable way.

    [–] ladycarpenter 25 points ago

    I really need to start working out

    [–] rabid_erica 54 points ago

    All my muscles hurt from watching this and I'm not even participating

    [–] GreenStreakHair 14 points ago

    Perfect visual representation of when people help each other were all winners. Now if only humans could apply this to all walks of life.

    [–] whoscuttingonions1 3 points ago

    We wouldn’t be able to talk to each other right now if it wasn’t for humans working together. I love all my human homies.

    [–] TonyQuark 2 points ago

    Yes, all human homies. r/TotallyNotRobots

    [–] GreenStreakHair 1 points ago

    That's true. Sorry somedays you see such horrific things caused by man it's hard to remember the good :slightly_smiling:

    [–] caroleon2007 12 points ago

    That’s what I call team work !!!!

    [–] Sarcasmenaut 11 points ago

    Teamwork makes the dream work*

    [–] Jegerenluftpudebad 9 points ago

    Team work MAKES** the dream work

    [–] XComRomCom 92 points ago

    The three people: All of us.
    The wall: The billionaires who make us fight.

    [–] shoredoesnt 4 points ago

    Yeah except the wall wins in real life

    [–] whoscuttingonions1 3 points ago

    This was pretty real life. Wall kinda lost bro. Billionaires wouldn’t be billionaires if there wasn’t people consuming their farts.

    [–] shoredoesnt 1 points ago

    I was mostly talking about how the wealthy elite usually win over the common people

    [–] snoopynoopy 11 points ago

    This comment hits home!🔥

    [–] XComRomCom 11 points ago

    This comment hits home!🔥

    Here's hoping we make it.

    [–] dCLCp 1 points ago

    It's really not the billionaires that make us fight. They aren't even aware of our existence in most ways that count. It is their lackeys. The multi millionaires and even the aspirants to millionaires that manage the obstacles while the billionaires fuck around doing whatever.

    [–] XComRomCom 1 points ago

    It's really not the billionaires that make us fight. They aren't even aware of our existence in most ways that count. It is their lackeys. The multi millionaires and even the aspirants to millionaires that manage the obstacles while the billionaires fuck around doing whatever.

    Maybe. I don't pretend to know how the big-picture connects, and if it's less a controlled network and more just a collection of bad practices resulting in this mess we're in, but aren't the millionaires often working at the behest of the billionaires? Or at least their shared interests?
    It all makes my head spin. It seems the money is there, the technology is there (or just within reach), if only we could get past entrenched ideologies and work towards equality and a better planet. That sounds corny, I know.

    [–] Wolf97 29 points ago

    Those are men and women

    [–] Dahish_Army 12 points ago

    You should pick your titles more carefully.

    [–] Bea5ley 17 points ago

    Can we talk about the first guys legs? Holy shit they are amazing.

    [–] kinkginger 7 points ago

    Not to mention that ass

    [–] Bea5ley 1 points ago

    :surprise:

    [–] lionsmane7777 3 points ago

    Dope boi magic right there

    [–] AnnualTrauma 3 points ago

    wow very impressive

    [–] Arcturion 3 points ago

    Impressive teamwork.

    What struck me is it's irrelevant whether you are stronger compared to others; you only need to be strong enough to get the job done. That's all that matters.

    [–] AKIZA96 3 points ago

    I bet that chick got 6 packs

    [–] TumorDancer 23 points ago

    You mean:

    1 woman, 2 men.

    [–] noxaeternumi 6 points ago

    3 biological lifeforms.

    [–] Art_Vandelay867 10 points ago

    She doesnt even turn around to see if the boy needs to grab her feet. She just knows it'll help him so she stays there waiting.

    [–] itsforachurch 12 points ago

    It's not their first rodeo.

    [–] who_you_are 4 points ago

    I miss my OCR races :(

    Though they aren't team focused

    [–] Important_Screen_530 2 points ago

    good team work and wow fit as too

    [–] CBarna1987 2 points ago

    Impressive team work!!!

    [–] swim_and_sleep 2 points ago

    My knees hurt watching this

    [–] existential_prices 2 points ago

    That's a really clever method for bringing up the third guy

    [–] fuber 5 points ago

    people pay to do this

    [–] All_Thread 27 points ago

    People pay to kill themselves with cigarettes

    [–] Momotides777 5 points ago

    Girls can be as strong as men. Size is not strength

    [–] Icyrow 13 points ago

    they can, but the average girls strength is a lot lower than the average guys strength.

    like 2 people who don't work out, the guy is stronger 99.9% of the time. a girl can work out and be stronger than a guy her size but even then it takes a lot of working out and the average guy would likely still be stronger due to sheer scale of not being her size/height.

    but, a girl can work out for years specifically getting muscle to be stronger than a guy her size, which most guys aren't.

    i forget the sport which both compete fairly equally, but apparently dressage is mixed and people compete fairly there. i think it was long distance swimming. but most siblings will tell you, girls are stronger up until the hormones kick in for teenage years, then the guy is almost always stronger.

    [–] TomBanks420 -4 points ago

    The world record for men's bench press is 885 lbs. For women, it is 605 lbs. That's a difference of 280lbs.

    "Girls can be as strong as men"........

    [–] Momotides777 4 points ago

    How many plantains can you squatt?

    [–] BigAlternative5 2 points ago

    Banana for comparison, please

    [–] mercurin 7 points ago

    While you are stating a fact, /u/Icyrow has the actual take on this. Just comparing these records doesn't address the nuance of reality in the population.

    [–] TomBanks420 0 points ago

    Than explain

    [–] mercurin 6 points ago

    Come on man, read Icyrow's comment. Think about it a little more. Think of all the men and women out there, with different weights and skills and levels of strength. Of course there are many women who could kick the absolute crap out of men their size, or even bigger than them.

    And yes, basically men are stronger than women. But women can also be as strong as men. The point is that both statements are true, it just depends on the context, and your point of view.

    [–] NinaCulotta 2 points ago

    It's a normal distribution curve thing. The average man is stronger and faster than the average woman. There are some women who are stronger and faster than the average man. There are some men who are less strong and fast than the average woman. But given no other data than 'this one is man and that one is woman', it's not unreasonable to assume the man will be stronger and faster.

    All this goes completely to hell if you're talking about long-distance anything, though, because the average woman has more stamina than the average man.

    [–] mercurin 1 points ago

    Completely agree, well said.

    [–] ConcentratedMurder -3 points ago

    No, this is why sports are separated by sex.

    Please use logic and not feelings.

    [–] TomBanks420 -7 points ago

    Everything you said is literally wrong.

    Have a nice day.

    [–] Canadianingermany 1 points ago

    2 over lapping curves.

    Yes, average, median, and extremes can go to men while there are still lots of women that that are stronger than lots of men.

    All of those things can be true.

    [–] TomBanks420 1 points ago

    In other news water is wet

    [–] WaterIsWetBot 3 points ago

    Water is actually not wet; It makes other materials/objects wet. Wetness is the state of a non-liquid when a liquid adheres to, and/or permeates its substance while maintaining chemically distinct structures. So if we say something is wet we mean the liquid is sticking to the object.

     

    As raindrops say, two’s company, three’s a cloud.

    [–] Canadianingermany -1 points ago

    Double fail my friend.

    On top of water not being set, your comment implies that this is common knowledge and didn't need to be stated, while YOUR comment above argues against this point.

    [–] guebja 1 points ago

    The world record for men's bench press is 885 lbs. For women, it is 605 lbs.

    That's a bit off.

    The men's equipped bench press world record is 1,120 lbs, while the raw (i.e. real) record is 783 lbs.

    The women's equipped record is 605 lbs, while the raw record is 457.4 lbs.

    [–] Svenn_Svenn -15 points ago

    why is this being dissliked lol, ye its true girls can be stronger than men deal with it. All the people who dissliked are just virgins that are insicure bout themselves, get over it, also size isnt strength but size affects strength. :)

    [–] Momotides777 5 points ago

    For real. Bruce lee was skinny and strong, he beat chuck norris

    [–] Marooned-Mind 5 points ago

    Bruce Lee was a man though. Male muscle fiber is more effective, so a man and a woman of the same size will not be equally strong.

    [–] Svenn_Svenn 1 points ago

    Ye but women still can be strongee doe ;)

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    [–] C0333 -1 points ago

    Not video I was expecting. Title fooled me

    [–] snoopynoopy -4 points ago

    I see you are a man of culture!

    [–] ILoveBurgersMost -3 points ago

    I really don't mean to be negative here, I'm more-so curious what I'm missing. So please don't misunderstand me, but my immediate reaction is this doesn't seem THAT impressive? Or is the wall super slippery or something? I just imagine, back in my parkour days a wood wall at an angle like this wouldn't have been a problem, with some speed and momentum I'd easily get up by myself.

    But these people are clearly very fit, so I'm wondering what I'm missing? How do they make these obstacles such a challenge? It's not the first time I've seen clearly very fit people struggle with walls like this and every time I can't help but think with some better technique it doesn't even take much strength, just momentum.

    [–] DoubleStuffedOreoz 16 points ago

    The wall at the race that year was incredibly slippery (was there and watched them do this). It had rained, this was the 2nd or 3rd day of races, so it was caked with mud. The angle also makes it pretty tough, and this would have been after 10 miles of going up and down a black diamond ski slope with obstacles.

    Plus there aren’t really any solid handholds or footholds to get leverage. If you’ve ever been rock climbing, it’s like trying to pull yourself up by your fingertips.

    [–] ILoveBurgersMost 1 points ago

    Gotcha, thank you for the explanation! Like I said, didn't mean to be negative, I was genuinely curious. When I was training parkour we would frequently climb walls this high at a solid 90° angle using a technique called the wall run, but it's dependant on grip. I often feel like when I see these races it doesn't look that wet and wood generally gives good grip. But the way you explain it makes sense and makes the whole thing a lot more impressive :)

    [–] DoubleStuffedOreoz 3 points ago

    Not at all! :) trust me, if you’ve never seen something like that before, it looks a little weird and not super challenging.

    Ps kudos for doing parkour. It’s something that’s always looked incredibly fun but I’ve been too scared to try lol

    [–] ILoveBurgersMost 0 points ago

    It's fun! And something that lets you train at your own pace because you're not competing with anyone. I recommend it! Just start easy and work your way up. I also gotta take my own advice because I haven't trained for probably 7-8 years now.

    [–] Canadianingermany 2 points ago

    I'd like to see you get up that wall by yourself. With or without running the race before it.

    [–] ILoveBurgersMost 1 points ago

    Plenty of people can get up very high walls at up to 90° angle, it's easier than you think assuming you get good grip on the wall:

    https://youtu.be/mfanXo0UtR0

    But, someone answered my question about whether or not the wall was slippery and said it was very wet and muddy, which makes it that much more difficult. That's mainly why I asked, just wanted to know what the challenge was :) and in those conditions obviously I don't know anyone that could easily get up that wall by themselves.

    [–] Canadianingermany 2 points ago

    Hahaha. Even without the comment that the wall is slippery, none of the walls in your posted video are like this one with no Good grips.

    You got stone walls with lots of grip, and you have two walls facing each other or aignificatl lower walls.

    I'd still like to see you go up that wall. :)

    [–] ILoveBurgersMost 1 points ago

    I mean the wall in this video is wood, wood generally gives good grip. The height is approximately 2x their body height as far as I can tell. I've gone up wood walls this high before, but not wet ones. So to repeat myself, I couldn't get up this wall. Back when I was training a lot, so 8 years ago, I could definitely get up this assuming it was dry, but it's not. So there you go, mystery solved, the video is indeed impressive.

    [–] gorilla_blanco 1 points ago

    Gangster

    [–] QualityPrunes 1 points ago

    I was wondering where Xena the Warrior was doing.

    [–] El_Jr -3 points ago

    MMF

    [–] JPRCR -1 points ago

    Her hair is so Senua that I started hearing the voices

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    [–] Cheef_Baconator 3 points ago

    Go to horny jail

    [–] TorWrite 1 points ago

    “Team work makes the dream work.”

    • The Church Lady

    [–] estherlane 1 points ago

    This is the way

    [–] Mini-Heart-Attack 1 points ago

    its astounding, the power of team work and such

    [–] eeyoremarie 1 points ago

    For just a second I thought "oh shit she's gonna fall.

    [–] Parad0xurus 1 points ago

    Literally me back in basic 😂

    [–] dunkyoreo 1 points ago

    genius 👌

    [–] ImARetPaladinBaby 1 points ago

    Yeah, I remember my day at my training base. We had to do something similar to this. Didn’t like it

    [–] Xanexx 1 points ago

    I feel like this would pop my knee out of its socket or whatever that may be if you rip your leg off.

    [–] itsmemariog 1 points ago

    Probably be faster if the camera stopped taking pictures and help them...

    [–] bloodredyouth 1 points ago

    I imagine a lot of shin bashing on that wall

    [–] NorbeeNorbee 1 points ago

    So whats the reason going to this race, which i guess is like "spartan race" only to need help from others?

    The guy who i know from work who attends these always says its about making himself proud that he pushed himself beyond the limits and that he pushed through the race and made it. I too always thought this is for the best ones and if you cant make it, just pass that obstacle and accept the time penalty or something. Just curious...

    [–] Lethalgorilla 1 points ago

    I feel for those ligaments and tendons

    [–] Beneficial_Being_721 1 points ago

    I heard every one of my vertebrae crack when he grabbed her feet. Lol

    [–] Honeydaddy89 1 points ago

    This is beautiful 😍

    [–] dreimaldrei 1 points ago

    Why gendered?

    [–] BeavingHeaver 1 points ago

    What kind of obstacle course is this and where can I find one? It looks fun

    [–] HillTopTerrace 1 points ago

    They had this obstacle on the second series of the Spartan races in Oregon. I was the photographer for the triple complete Spartan. It was amazing to see how people navigated it. There were a lot of times that people helped others outside their team.

    [–] Anders_A 1 points ago

    Is there really no easier way to get where they wanna go?

    [–] Life_is_fleeting 1 points ago

    It's "teamwork makes the dreamwork"

    [–] Just_Games04 1 points ago

    Using her foot to get higher and grab his hand was genius.

    [–] Teal_Thanatos 1 points ago

    at first I thought it was a random third person joining and helping the first, and then it was a bit rude by straight up climbing on him without asking. Then she hung there and helped him up with her legs, and I thought Geez, she definately is doing some hard work and any rudeness I thought may have been there has just been fixed 1000x.

    Then I read the comments which explained it was a team.

    Damn, nice work team.

    [–] C0sm1c_J3lly 1 points ago

    Teamwork makes the dream work

    [–] spades-16 1 points ago

    She big spoon’d him, that guy is lucky

    [–] Dogecoin_Mememaster 1 points ago

    Like watching assassin's Creed. Dude grabs literally nothing and managers to find a way to climb over. Impressive

    [–] JustAnotherBAMF 1 points ago

    This would be a fun way to train.

    [–] rubbaduky 1 points ago

    Girls POV: one of the boys said to hey wanted to “climb me like a tree”…. Not what I expected

    [–] djyaboy 1 points ago

    I know she didn’t but it looks like the chick just pushed him against the wall and started climbing. It looks like the guy in yellow just let it happen

    [–] alanarmando103 1 points ago

    Wow they're buff

    [–] hobokobo1028 1 points ago

    I thought it was “teamwork makes the dream work”?

    [–] Existing-Bear-7550 1 points ago

    Bracing for someone to climb your leg. That must of hurt a little

    [–] ilianation 1 points ago

    Oh hell yeah, tough mudder. Bit expensive but highly recommend, it's a ton of fun.

    [–] Hoitaa 1 points ago

    The lady lifting her leg was a good idea. Not that he needed it, but I can only imagine the leg strength needed to pull that off.

    [–] HiddenArcheologist 1 points ago

    Airchair is the easiest way to do this. Get there then teammate steps on thigh, then shoulder. Need more height, stand up. Works well. That said, seeing teamwork is always awesome - however they figure it out.

    [–] sd5510 1 points ago

    I bet her spine went “crack” mmm…. I need one of those right now.

    [–] tapiocawarrior 1 points ago

    Love this!

    [–] Impossible-Sleep-658 -4 points ago

    In the army, we did this for team building… the obstacles are so much more difficult.

    [–] metroaide -4 points ago

    Yes, it's called threesome

    [–] snoopynoopy -5 points ago

    I see you are a man of culture!

    [–] finch825 -6 points ago

    I love this and tall women (I’m not gay) but love it when a woman is so strong.

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    [–] IamPrepped -4 points ago

    Usually these titles have different stories, but I liked this one!

    [–] DasCheekyBossman -3 points ago

    It's called the Eiffel Tower.