Slack Science

Slack Science, powered by Balance Community: Slackline Outfitters, is a blog run by Jerry Miszewski about slacklining. He offers tips and tricks to various parts of setting-up, taking down, in-depth looks at various aspects of a setup, and hints at walking slacklines.

Jerry's long history with the sport of slackline has given him a wealth of knowledge that he loves to share with his fellow slackliners. Slack Science is a place anyone and everyone to come and learn about our wonderful sport of slacklining.

MMO stands for Munter Mule Overhand. The following information is no substitute for real world experience or direct tuition from an expert highliner. Neither the author of this article nor...

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A guest post from BC PRO-Team member Jordan Tybon. Warning, this line was not set up to be walked, only for demonstration after a session, for this reason there was...

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Background Over the past few months I have been slowly studying the effects of shockloading as they pertain to highline anchors. I have been examining the effects of anchor extension...

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Introduction Anyone who has longlined in high winds knows that the wind can cause subject serious vibrations and sinusoidal oscillations to the line, especially without wind dampeners. Although the oscillations...

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Introduction I have been slacklining for almost 7 years right now and still some of my favorite webbings are threaded models. I think my all time favorite is 1" Threaded Slack-Spec...

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Introduction The following article will briefly cover the topic of posture and proper body position when slacklining in different disciplines ranging from dynamic tricklining to more static things like simply...

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