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story.lead_photo.caption Daniel Carnahan enjoys bouncing up and down on a slackline he set up June 8 in Allsopp Park. Slacklining is gaining a following outside rock climbing circles as cyclists and runners have come to view it as a fun challenge for the body’s core muscles. ( Celia Storey)

You may have seen someone walking on one at a park, campsite or gym.

Photo by Celia Storey
Even though he has recently recovered from knee surgery, Daniel Carnahan makes walking a slackline look easier than it is during a demonstration for beginners June 8 in Little Rock’s Allsopp Park.

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ActiveStyle, Pages 23 on 07/08/2013

Print Headline: Walking the line/Slacklining improves balance, focus, core strength, and it’s downright fun

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