impressive

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

You probably didn't hop on the internet today thinking that you'd end up stumbling upon a video of an enthusiastic man launching an anvil 100 feet into the air, but hey, here you are. The internet's always here to surprise us. Apparently Gay Wilkinson's a world champion anvil shooter. Right on. 

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

This dude's got mad skills. He had the courage and the talent to be able to pull off singing an entire song from "Beauty and the Beast" by himself. The audience must've been equal parts mystified and pleasantly overwhelmed by the spectacle. 

Advertisement
Via itzDeaMan
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Clearly, this dude vastly underestimated the Gaston that he was dealing with. That absolutely ruthless burn at the end there was really the icing on the cake. Maybe the dude will be inspired to double down on the pushup workouts for going forwards. 

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

High level badminton is an adrenaline-charged experience for the players, and the viewers. Seriously, the noises coming off those rackets, as well as the spontaneous eruptions of dudes screaming, makes for quite the spectacle. 

Via dovecott
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

The late Fred Dibnah makes this terrifying spectacle look like a piece of cake. That's how you know you're witnessing the work of a master. On top of ascending the 330 foot chimney, Dibnah also navigates the 5 foot overhangs like they're no trouble at all. 

Advertisement
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Honestly, this insanely lengthy water slide adventure looks like it'd be very inviting for anyone looking to drift off into dreamland for a bit. The sound of the water, the fresh air, the scenery provided by nature, etc...all about it. Might want to pack a bottle of water and a snack for the journey though. 

Via AR46
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Joan Mir pulled off nothing short of a miracle recovery after wiping out real hard on their bike. This is some superhuman level madness. 

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

People are full of surprises, and we have a whole lot more energy in our reserve tanks than we're conditioned to give ourselves credit for. Let this superhuman comeback serve as a testament to that. Unreal. 

Advertisement
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

In case you weren't familiar with the ridiculously talented Candid Thovex, after this video you might just be a fan. The truly talented athletes of this world that have mastered their craft have an uncanny knack for making their superhuman feats look effortless. 

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Yep, Grandpa's still got it. Some folks really manage to hold onto their youth as they grow older. Grandpa certainly did in terms of those crazy BMX skills. 

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Back on May 30th, Autumn Erhard became the second Wheel of Fortune contestant in the history of the widely recognized gameshow to come out victorious with the million dollar prize. Embrace those secondhand victory vibes. 

Advertisement
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Just in case you ever wondered what it looks like when you devote 15 years of your life to mastering the art of parkour/free running, this video does a great job at showing the amazing results. Basically, you end up looking like a human being with superhuman levels of grace and flow. This must be so much fun. Once you get the hang of it, of course. 

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

This is one of those insane, impressive mountain biking videos that just kind of blows your mind. I feel the secondhand fear just watching this dude tackle these gravity-defying jumps. Must've been some magical kind of adrenaline rush. 

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

It's videos like this that can instantaneously restore your potential dwindling faith in humanity. Look at doggo in there; he's having the best time of his life. We don't blame him. This is nothing short of a viral-worthy performance. 

Via Big Blitz
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Nothing quite like seeing a band seize the moment and proceed to play along masterfully with a car alarm. Seriously, a car alarm has never been so bearable.