Fitness Fanatic Tests His Core In Abs-olutely Terrifying, Death Defying Way

Luis Fernando Candela is a brave, brave man. He's a fitness fanatic and daredevil who isn't afraid to test his body in unimaginable ways. Candela was photographed, by his understandably nervous girlfriend, while hanging by his feet, using his abs to hold his position 1,000 feet above a beach at Pedra do Telegrafo, Brazil. fanatic Of this feat, Candela said, "This is by far the most dangerous stunt I've tried. The only thing that was keeping me up was my strength - all the weights I've tried in the gym were building up to this moment. My girlfriend was terrified but I was determined to get the photo." fanatic3 [bctt tweet="Fitness Fanatic Tests His Core In Abs-olutely Terrifying, Death Defying Way"] Candela spent years working up to this moment and it is clear that his efforts paid off. "I'd recommend it to anyone, it's an amazing sense of achievement," he said. "You've got to know what you're doing though because if you fall you've had it - the drop is too much." No kidding. 100 feet would be too much for most, let alone 1,000 feet! fanatic2 Candela concludes by saying, "I've been doing it for years now and love it- you only get one life so you have to live it, there's no fun in being boring. The experience was amazing - terrifying, but amazing." What do you think? He is right about the fact that we only live once and must live each day to the fullest, but does that also include taking insane risks with your life? It is obvious that Candela is in ridiculously good shape and his achievement is nothing short of amazing. But it's also so unbelievable! Is this the sort of thing you would ever consider trying or do you prefer to have both feet firmly planted on the ground? Share your thoughts with us! Source: Daily Mail [caption id="attachment_123228" align="alignnone" width="100"]instagram logo @BodyRockOfficial[/caption] [caption id="attachment_123230" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat logo @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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