Some people will literally stop at nothing to feel the thrill of adrenaline pumping through their veins.
While most would agree skydiving is a pretty exhilarating way to get your heart pumping, there are some seasoned thrill seekers out there who think simply floating back to the ground is for amateurs.
Case in point: Alex Aimard and Petter Jonsson.
Recently, this dynamic daredevil duo set out to redefine the meaning of extreme sports by setting parachutes on fire during an insane skydiving stunt.
After dousing their equipment in gasoline and strapping on GoPros, these skydivers headed into the open skies of Eloy, Arizona.
In the video, you can see them leap from the side of the plane and deploy their parachutes.
However, instead of safely floating back toward Earth, these two used flare guns to set the canopies on fire as they shot through the air at 120 miles per hour.
Luckily, they came prepared and packed backup parachutes, which they deployed before crashing to the ground below.
This fiery skydiving stunt looks absolutely incredible and terrifying. If that's not enough to get your heart pumping, there is something seriously wrong with you.
Take a look at the video to see these insane skydivers set their parachutes on fire.