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David Blaine talks about his journey into Human Endurance

TEDMED 2009 hosted a talk by David Blaine the magician, he talks about his progress in trying to break the world record for holding his breath for 17 minutes and 4.4 seconds, which he successfully did on Oprah’s show. This TEDMED talk is worth a listen as it shows his constant commitment to achieve the unimaginable


2 Comments

  • dr jawwad khan |

    Amazing share…this is the fact that the human will is much stronger than the normal anatomy and physiology inherited to us.

    a man should know the limits his body and should try challange those limits with in certain limits.

  • Nazia |

    This extreme endurance is result of human self control and focus of energy toward positive side.

    Self-control through practice and patience techniques is restraint practiced over one's own emotions, impulses, or desires. It is the ability to make positive choices, to think before acting. Without self-control, we can say and do things impulsively which often leads to a serious trouble.

    This is fine example of managing one's self control.

    Being out of control is one of the worst feelings in the world, sometimes even worse than pain.