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By: Nathan Knightley

How come some people don't feel or experience fear ?. They can do almost any adventure sports in the world without fear. Just like the stunt man performing in action movies. How come these guys seem not scared of anything? I'm sure you would ask them to go with you in any adventure sports and they would follow you right away. I am not a daring person. I don't like fast speeds, heights or defying gravity. I prefer my feet to be firmly on the ground. The only vaguely exciting activity I have ever done is skiing, which I loved. Adventure sports do not suit me but I wish I could get over my inhibitions and do some of them. I am an armchair sportsman; content to watch others take stupid risks.

The thing I'd do first is skydiving if I was braver. That must be an unforgettable feeling, up so high and free as a bird. You would think some people are doomed as they free fall down into caves and their parachutes open just as it's getting dark. Rock climbing also looks exhilarating, although I wouldn't want to climb those mountain peaks like Everest. Climbing a mountain in Force 10 winds and frostbite eating at your toes doesn't really interest me. I'm also far too claustrophobic for pot holing and the thought of cave diving fills me with dread.

Beach resorts all over the world are geared up for every sort of water adventure sports. Lying there while everyone else is jet skiing, parasailing, wind surfing and otherwise whizzing around makes me feel lazy. A hearty game of volleyball is the most activity I indulge in on a beach. From time to time I may fling a Frisbee. I think about doing something but then it's so nice to soak up the sunshine and there is also all that food and drink to consume.

Hang gliding or a trip in a hot air balloon doesn't go along with my fear of heights. Traveling in a wicker basket under a flammable, gas filled balloon is not my idea of a relaxing time. I'm sure it's exciting but I would be on continuous guard for electricity pylons, not to mention a quick drop in pressure to send me plunging back to earth. Adventure sports like that are made for plucky, optimistic well insured people.

I am waiting for the day when someone invents a hologram suite, you know, similar to the ones in the Star Trek shows. These are programmed virtual realities, in which you can ski down the side of a mountain at breakneck speed and come to no harm. That's because the mountain isn't truly there. Nothing is real but it looks just like reality. In other words, it's all the thrills without the spills. I could do any adventure sports I wanted then and maybe even invent a few new ones. Until that time, I will observe other sport lovers do their hot dog tricks and bungee jump from skyscrapers. These days, does driving into the city and back count as adventure sports?

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