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Phenomenology and extreme sports

Dr Eric Brymer talks about his new book

 

Extreme sports and mental health

Published on 12 Jan 2016

Extreme Sports Not About Risk-taking:Study from Medical News Today, July 13th, 2009, by Eric Brymer

Behind the lines

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Behind the Lines: Deeper, follows big wave surfing hero Andrew Cotton as he hunts down the world’s most epic swells. We find out what drives him and whether all of his hard graft is worth the six seconds of glory that the perfect wave brings.

Episode 1: Psychologist, Dr Eric Brymer, tells us why staring death in the face should be encouraged.

published 25 January 2015

Redbull

Transcendence – Official Trailer

Published on 28 Jan 2013

FULL FILM NOW AVAILABLE IN ITUNES NOW – itunes.apple.com/us/movie/transcendence/id542556512
This documentary offers an insight into extreme sports psychology backed by
the research of Dr Eric Brymer

Brisbane Health-Season01-Episode01-Extreme Sports:P01

Published on 14 Jan 2014

Base jumping might not sound like everyone’s idea of a healthy choice but on this episode of Brisbane Health we learn why extreme sports might actually be good for your health.

Thrill seekers

Network 10 documentary 2011

Whether they’re taking on 100’s of kilos of angry bull, riding the biggest waves of the world or leaping off a cliff into the unknown, some people will push themselves to the absolute limit in search of the ultimate rush. This is a documentary that looks at the wild rides of “Thrill Seekers”.

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