The truth is, even though everyone will say stunts should only be performed by trained professionals, all stunt performers probably had a go before they knew what they were doing. This article isn't advising you ever try a stunt, but if you do feel tempted to mess around and don't want to learn the hard way, this is worth a read...
Safety is of utmost importance when performing stunts, regardless of whether it's a professional performance or just for fun. A well-executed stunt requires careful planning, preparation, and execution to minimize the risk of injury. In this article, we will discuss the key steps to take when assessing safety when performing a stunt.
Too often we see people become over-excited or lose focus when the adrenaline kicks in, and it is these moments, or when we are mentally tired, that the hazards and risk of injury increase. That's why we teach people to slow down, increase awareness and ensure the right standards and protocols are followed at all times.
Performing stunts can be exciting and challenging, but it is important to prioritize safety at all times. By following the steps outlined above, you can help minimize the risk of injury and ensure a safe and successful stunt. Remember, safety should always come first.
This blog os co-authored by The ISA Team