September 23, 2015

Xtream Challenge

  • Cave Exploration

Exploration of caves takes us into a world much different from that above ground, a world of darkness surrounded by rock and mud. Exotic formations, streams and waterfalls, tight crawl ways, deep canyons and pits, huge rooms with large blocks of breakdown, crickets, bats and cave rats await the cave explorer.

Caving can be a strenuous sport, a casual hobby, a means to conducting scientific research, or all of these and more. Caves are found around the world and in a variety of settings, from cold alpine environments to warm tropical rain forests, and are formed through a variety of natural processes.

Youphoria Outbound & Adventure provides a basic introduction to the world of caves and caving and links to additional resources, providing:

Cave Exploration  Cave Exploration

Icon: Caving helmet and light

An introduction to caves and caving for the beginning caver. If you haven’t been caving yet or are still a beginner this is the place to start. Information is provided on how to get involved with organized caving groups, basic caving technique and equipment, and some basic safety and cave conservation tips.

A starting point for students and others interested in cave sciences related to the study of cave formation and ecosystems.

A review of the sensitive nature of caves and information about how to help with the conservation of caves and their inhabitants.

An introduction for beginning and intermediate cavers interested in more advanced caving techniques to expand their caving skills. This section discusses some of the specialty areas of caving and provides more detailed discussions on a few areas of more general interest like vertical caving, finding new caves, and surveying and mapping caves.

A discussion of caving safety and the related topic of cave rescue to help prepare for the unexpected.

  • Dare | Prank

Dare or Prank is a game required minimum 5 and more player, Game start with instructions, The whole group would be divided into small group each group allot a single task that everyone has to perform in order to complete the task.

Skills Required: Creativity, Situation handling, embarrassment, Tolerance.

Steps Involved:

Out of five player two lead players one for video shooting and another person would be the making the survey notes. Points will be calculated on expression of the prank maker and the one whom you are going to make him crazy.

  • Prank – Mocking at the person
  • Dare – Proposed a girl in front of her Family, Boyfriend, and Husband.
  • Questions –Start with normal Gk and ask till she would try to hit you with her sandal.
  • Acting – As people to act on something, Video shooting guy would be with him/her at the time of performance
  • Sales – Sale the outdated object to a customer.

Nominal Rules:

  • If you are going for the task then make yourself ready to handle the any kind of situations
  • Two females are compulsory in each group
  • Video shooting guy can not identified till task get done (In some tasks)
  • Each task need to complete in given time
  • You cannot use extra props, Things or equipments without any prior permission or mutual consent of another group.
  • If you drove somebody crazy and he or she isn’t ready to listen then you can explain whole things together.
  • No physical contact involved, no offensive words can be used.

Dare or Prank

  • The Alchemist

In ancient philosophical traditions, Alchemy was considered a powerful practise which gave practitioners the ability to transform base metals into gold. Wouldn’t it be nice if each of us found an Alchemist too, in our lives? Someone who could work with our ordinary selves, with all our biases, limitations, warts and all – and transform us into powerful individuals, who believe – as in the tagline of Adidas that: Impossible is Nothing!

Most people are weighed down by the limitations they put around themselves. And what is true for individuals are true for teams & humanity in large too. Medical studies said that a human can never run a mile in under 4 minutes. It took one Roger Bannister to break that record & belief, before many other athletes did the same, soon after.

But changing our beliefs and overcoming mindsets we have been carrying for ages – is easier said than done. It often requires a transformational experience, to wake up the giant within each of us from its deep slumber – something that pulls us by the scruff of our neck, gives us a good shake-up and says, “Hey wake up – you can do it!”

Bringing together a set of 5 transformational activities – Fire Walking, Rod Bending, Board Breaking, Arrow Snapping and Glass Walking, Youphoria Outbound & Adventure through The Alchemist Challenge, invites you to a one of a kind workshop – which will not just help you break your own limiting behaviors, but also help you challenge your deepest fears and build your confidence in a whole new way.

The Alchemist Challenge! is a wonderful example of mind-body connection. For those who care to dig deeper for instance, fire walking is explainable in terms of basic physics and is not supernatural nor paranormal… One popular theory is The Leidenfrost Principle. According to this, a layer of moisture between a source of heat and human skin will evaporate into vapor on contact and will temporarily protect the skin from burning. This is as long as one walks briskly along the burning ember. However, should your faith be weak – making you dilly-dally, the fire will burn you for sure!

Similarly, each one of the activities that make up The Alchemist Challenge – challenge your deepest held beliefs. And as you overcome each of them, the realization sets in that what really holds you back as individuals & teams is your own self-limiting beliefs!

Think about it – how much more powerfully could you live every single day of your life, if you truly believed you had no limitations? What could your team achieve if they thought on similar lines?

Alcheist Fire Walk 4  Alchemist Fire Walk

But what about safety?

Fire walking when run professionally by a qualified facilitator is a limited risk activity. In the last decade for instance, about 2 million people across the world walked on fire in different programs conducted by qualified Facilitators. The approximate number of burns reported was around 50-60. These numbers included mostly minor foot blisters (these are of the same kind that you get while walking with a new shoe). To put it in perspective, the chances of an injury in a crowded Indian public transport vehicle are likely to be higher!

Having said that, at Youphoria Outbound & Adventure – we are paranoid about safety. All YOUPHORIA OUTBOUND & ADVENTURE Facilitators are certified in administering First Aid. Further, The Alchemist Challenge! is only conducted after all necessary safety precautions are in place: like Water stations, First aid kits, Fire extinguishers and a doctor on call.

Would The Alchemist Challenge! be right for my team?
For any team that thinks that it could benefit from overcoming its own self-limiting beliefs and behaviors, The Alchemist Challenge will be a transformational experience.

What we hope you will discover for yourself, we state in the immortal words of Michelangelo: “The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it!”

Contact us today – for a completely transformational experience!

  • Night Trek

Come explore the forest of Tamhini Ghat under the stars! During this unforgettable 3-hour experience you will climb through our treetop challenge courses under the light of a headlamp and the stars.

Bring your friends for a unique and exciting adventure in the trees!

The minimum age to participate in Night Treks is 16 years old, and the minimum group size is 8 people max – No limit.

Night Trek

TASK:  A big group of People will be divided in to the teams and task will be allotted such as First AID, Navigation, Resource, ad need to complete the route given to team.

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