There’s no magic pill to living a long and healthy life. But many will agree that living well into your old age will require a deliberate approach to staying active and safe while doing so.
Zorbing is not that! This sport is much more of a recreational pastime and involves getting in a transparent plastic orb and rolling down a hill at an incredible speed.
When we imagine the idyllic countryside of Finland, hobby horsing is not the first thing that might come to mind. This strange competition does have some merit though, it's quirky, safe, and in true Scandinavian fashion, it's good for kids.
This game is wildly reminiscent of equestrian sport, save for the fact that there are no horses involved, just kids running through a series of obstacles and hurdles while holding onto their hobby horse.
In general, some physical activity is better than nothing; and this weird competition combines three different sports! Originally hailing from Spain, this weird blend of activities involves volleyball, soccer, and gymnastics.
For the uninitiated, Bossaball might seem more like something of funfair of acrobatics than an actual sport, but it's actually taken very seriously in and around Europe.
Throwing an egg is not that unusual, we've probably dabbled in a prank here and there, but what's really strange is certifying egg-throwing as an actual sport.
Throwing eggs to your teammate without them breaking to win a prize at the end sounds like an odd way to spend one's time, but then again, so are most of the features on this list.
While most racing events involve all kinds of vehicles, from chariots to monster trucks, this one involves a lawnmower and leaving your opponents in a flurry of dust.
Just watching this 500-mile race through Indiana will leave you with the eery feeling of being caked in dust.