Wednesday, 30 June 2010
A 'Save the Date' flyer the UK's FED Cup. More details will be posted up as soon as they are available. But this one is going to be the best so far.. With a prize pool to drop jaws !!
Click here for FED info: http://www.paintballfederation.co.uk/
Tuesday, 29 June 2010
The day was packed with 64 games in the preliminaries for the Rookie and Open Divisions, and 36 games in the prelims for the Beginner Division. Washington team and Planet Eclipse Sponsored Team, Seattle Swagger, took home the championship for the second event in a row in the Open Division with Legendary placing second and Planet Eclipse sponsored team, Riot Kings taking third place. For the Rookie Division, Code Blue pulled ahead of A.C.I. Black for the win, with Shooters in third place. WCPS introduced the new Beginner Division at Event #3 as a three man tournament with coaching allowed for players with two events or less of tournament experience. H8R Kidz, a Washington team, took the lead for first place, ahead of The Shenanigans and Legacy, both Oregon teams. The winning teams took home prizes from our sponsor, Planet Eclipse, including a gear bag, pod packs, jerseys, shirts and beanies.
The WCPS is continually impressed with the positive attitudes that the teams and players are showing at the events. We love to see everyone out to have fun and enjoy a great day of paintball! Thanks again to our incredible Sponsors: Planet Eclipse, Draxxus, Paintwarz, and Mafia Air! See you all at Event #4 in Tualatin, Oregon on July 31st!
Check out the vid !!!
Planet Eclipse would like to congratulate one of the newest teams to join the Emortal Army, Team Merciless, for their 3rd place finish at their first tournament this year. We hope they can keep their sights high and are able to make a PSP debut at the World Cup. It will be great to see them at the PSP finale this year. Good luck at the rest of the CFPS events and keep up the good work on and off the field.
Buy One Get One FREE and many more get them out of my sight offers at the Millennium Campaign Cup (UK) this weekend (2 – 4th July 2010)
At the Planet Eclipse booth we will be having a First Come, First Served Sale on a bunch of 09 casual clothing and playing gear.
For Example… Hoodys, tracky tops both men’s and girls are reduced down from £45 to £29 and also buy one get one free so that ONLY £14.50 per items !!!!!! Stock is limited so come over ASAP as these hot potatoes will be flying out of the door… There will also be Sales on 09 Elbow Pads, Tilt Jackets, 09 Playing Jerseys, 09 Gloves plus much more…
And don’t tell anyone (as fear for a mad rush) but we also have a very few GEO2 for sale… The GEO2’s we took to Chicago PSP last weekend sold out on the first full day !! So if you want one of these awesome machines get yourself over to the Planet Eclipse booth quick!!!
Did I mention that with every purchase you can pick up a Copy of the EMORTAL 2 DVD worth £6.82 FREE OF CHARGE !!!!
Everything is while stocks last !!!
Good Luck to all of our Eclipse Teams this weekend.....
Watch out the Sandbaggers are about !!!
Monday, 28 June 2010
Over 300 people showed up to play at the NorCal Big Game June 5th, 2010. The event, which was the largest Northern California has seen in 15 year was held at Davis Paintball, in Davis California, near Sacramento.
The 300+ converged on Davis Paintball to participate in the unique scenario based games that were held throughout the day, to enjoy the free lunch, support their local stores, and to win a prize amongst the $5000 worth of products that were handed out. Products were donated from Eclipse Paintball, CCM, Karnage Paintball, TFM Paintball store, Predator Reloaded paintball store, Spyder, and Azodin. The big prize that everyone was after was the 2010 Eclipse Geo+ that ended up being won by Nate Jefferies of Team Armed Force Pump.
Davis Paintball would like to that all the sponsors, refs and players for making the 4th NorCal Big Game such a hit.
Look For the 5th NorCal Big Game in the fall/winter of 2010.
Check out the web site for more in (CLICK HERE)
Calander of events here: (CLICK HERE)
Friday, 25 June 2010
The whole of England has gone a little football mad, with flags on just about every car, house and shop everywhere.. This Sunday 27th June, at High Noon the big battle will take place (well, it’s actually a 3:00pm GMT Kick Off). The old rivalry between Germany and England will be on again…. Germany full on confidence with a young team. But the dogged English are not going to go down without a fight. However, some people are taking it a little too far !!
Check this house out…
Well, it is for charity.. St Ann’s Hospice. http://www.sah.org.uk/
From: Adam Heiby [mailto:********@comcast.net]
Sent: 17 June 2010 18:37
Subject: ftac backpack
Hi planet eclipse guys , my name is Adam and i love your products. In the beginning of the 2009-10 school year i bought your ftac back pack , when i got it it was amazing and i thought it looked really cool , but usually back packs fall apart. I was really supprised when it stood up the entire year of school acting as my welding gear bag to haul around all of my tools , metal , helmet , welding books and more. I was wondering how much weight i was carrying every other day with me 2 school and back so one day i weighed it. The total weight off all of my gear came out to 65-70 lbs depending on what metal i needed for that day. By far you make one of thee BEST back packs on the market , every other one ive tried usually falls apart from just usual books , paper and pens. Im expecting this bag to hold up for another year of welding at my high school. im also a eclipse shooter in paintball shooting an ego 09 pow mia edition with a cure 3 and zick 2. I just wanted to let you know how much i love your products and the quality of them , and your customer service is by far the best in the industry. Keep up the good work guys!!!
Shame we have sold out now :-(
Thursday, 24 June 2010
It is with great pleasure that I announce the signing of Team Instinct into the Eclipse Emortal Army. We wish them the best of luck in the up and coming Millennium Series (Campaign Cup) and beyond!!
Here is a copy of their press release.
Follow Instinct on Facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/ramsteininstinct
"Triumph & Tragedy" is the 3rd video in a new online paintball video documentary series called Artifact, produced by Planet Eclipse, creators of the EGO and GEO paintball markers.
"Triumph & Tragedy" chronicles Edmonton Impact's first professional tournament victory in the U.S, at the 2010 PSP Phoenix Open, and trying circumstances the team overcame, both on the field and off.
This episode features music by [in order of appearance] Moonlit Sailor, Burns Out Bright, Hot Water Music, Moonlit Sailor.
Artifact is a collection of 10-minute documentary shorts, which will be released monthly throughout the 2010 professional paintball season. The videos are narrated by acclaimed commentator, writer, and retired professional player Matt Marshall. Produced by Planet Eclipse, in association with Deep Elm Records, and Disconnected Media.
Wednesday, 23 June 2010
So check this advert !!!
Planet Eclipse held it’s annual European Dealer Tech Course in 5th of June 2010 at the Ramada Hotel in Manchester. We had dealers participating from all over Europe and as far away as South Africa. The tech course was covering all the latest products from Planet Eclipse including the brand new Geo2 marker. Each participant had a chance to build and learn about the Geo2 markers and to spend some time with our leading engineers. Mr. Jack Wood and Mr. Steven Monks (Flash).
We try to improve our tech classes each year by listening to all feedbacks from our dealers. We can proudly say we have managed to raise the bar again with a very successful questions and answers session led by Jack and Flash. The Q&A session was covering all the latest technical improvements on all our products and the introduction of the new E-Portal system. To help to increase the level of service between the paintball stores and the customers we also made sure every participant are provided with our servicing data system (FRMobile) which allows us to track all warranty work carried out on all registered Eclipse markers. Planet Eclipse would like to say a big THANK YOU to all of our supporting business partners and hope to see everyone again at the next year’s annual tech course.
Congratulations to the following People and Stores that either renewed or have been granted it for the first time their Level 2 Status.
(In Alphabetical Order according to Store Name)
10 Seconds - Aleksandar Djordjevic
Adrenalicia - Jose Antonio Otero Otero
Assassins Paintball - Greg Pluta
Camp - Eric Spitzmuller
Consett & District - Lee Robson
Just Paintball - Thibaute Porte
P8ntball.be - Ben Pitevils
P8ntball.be - Frank Bodart
Paintball Norge - Joachim Nygaard
Paintball Shop Centurion - Hardie Botha
Paintball Supplies - Hidde Feenstra
Paintball Troopers-Barry vander Pol
Paintball Troopers - Björn van Strien
Phoenix - Matt Langston
S G Paintball - Loui Orphanou
Scanball - Michael Mäsden
Shoot Games Paintball - Pawel Kolacinski
Shoot Games Paintball - Tomasz Boguszewski
Sissos - Hans Göran-Fagerstrom
Sissos - Jani Andersson
Sissos - Mikael Männer
Solajero Paintball - Antonio Caballero
Solajero Paintball - Eliecer Aleman Diaz
Thanks to everyone that made the effort to come to the course. You are our techs in the trenches and we salute you all !!!
If you feel you missed out on this course and would like to take part next time (you do have to be a dealer) then please contact Robert on firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
The Emortal Army is doing it again! At the Copa Las Americas tournament in the Dominican Republic on July 9th to the 11th players will get a once in a life time chance to meet, play with and learn from World Class Pro, Nick Slowiak, of Team Aftershock and attend a FREE clinic for all players.
Assisting Nick will be former Pro Player Marc Lancia. Marc is also a senior Sales person at Planet Eclipse and will be doing a meet and greet with any dealers attending the event.
Dealers will have the chance to learn about the Etek3, Ego10 and new GEO2 by attending our FREE Dealer Tech class held by certified Eclipse Master Tech Steve Santucci (Spanish speaking).
A few lucky players will also get the opportunity to try out the new GEO2 at the event. The GEO2's will be available all weekend for players to borrow for a game and a couple of lucky players will have the opportunity to buy one of the GEO2s brought to the event from Don Pepe of Xtreme Paintball.
For more info about the FREE Clinic or the FREE Tech Class please call:
International: 305 677 3245
Local: 809 440 8949
We look forward to a great event and wish all the teams the best of luck out there. See you guys soon!!
Roberts’s first stop is at the Grand Tour in Vienna, Austria on the 24th and 25th July (http://www.paintballgrandtour.com/epc/) where he will be performing his normal excellent Tech duties over the weekend.
Robert will then be off to Warsaw to hold a dealer tech course on the 27th of July in Warsaw organized by Skill Paintball www.skill.com.pl. If you are a dealer that would like to attend then please contact Skill Paintball or Robert for more information...
A Couple of days later there will be a basic tech course held in Budapest on the 30th of July, organized by www.festeklovesz.info. This course is open to the general paintball public and is FREE of charge except for a small donation towards the Tech Class venues cost. For more info on attending the course click this link http://festeklovesz.info/ The Tech Course will be covering the basic knowledge and understanding of all Eclipse paintball markers, basic maintenance and trouble shooting.
Robert is looking forward to seeing everyone on his “Eclipse Euro Road Trip”
If you need any further information on the upcoming tech courses, feel free to ask any questions: email@example.com
Congratulations to the newest members of the Emortal Army. Next stop, Chile! Good luck guys!
The Emortal Army keeps rolling on all over the world. Planet Eclipse would like to congratulate Team Berzerkers and their sponsor, Brazil’s Most Wanted, for the 1st place finish at the CSP!! Its great to see our sponsored teams winning all over the world. We appreciate the support by all teams and players and look forward to the rest of the year. Good luck guys!!
Friday, 18 June 2010
If you are interested and think you are suitable for the role please email your CV and any samples of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to hearing from you.
This is the beginning of a new Warranty system that we have been wanting to integrate for some time now, allowing customers to create an account for themselves, register the Eclipse markers that they currently own and then "dispose" of them when they sell them on, allowing the next owner to register them.
Not only do we anticipate that this will make life easier for you guys the customers, but will also aid our Service Centers when validating warranty information and carrying out warranty and service work.
So how do you use the new system????
Customers who have ALREADY registered their Eclipse marker(s) for warranty should follow this procedure:
- Click on the "Retrieve Password" link on the left hand side of the Welcome page or https://www.planeteclipse.com/warranty/retrieve/
- Enter the email address that you used on your original Warranty registration
- Click the "Retrieve" button
- An automated email will be sent to you with your Sign In details and a hyperlink allowing you to Sign In straight away.
- Once you have Signed In you can amend your Address, Contact, Email and Password details accordingly as well as view and amend your current Warranty Registrations.
Customer who have NOT yet registered their Eclipse marker(s) for Warranty purposes should follow this procedure:
- Click on the "Create New Account" link on the left hand side of the Welcome page or https://www.planeteclipse.com/warranty/register/
- Begin the Create Account process selecting a Screen Name, Email Address and Password.
- Click on the "Next Step" button
- Providing all of the Registration details that you have submitted are valid, you will receive a notification at the top of the Screen to say "Account Created - your Sign In details have been emailed to you". (NOTE: This is purely for your records and to allow you to resume the Sign In process at a later date if you are interrupted).
- Submit valid Contact Details ensuring that all of the required fields are complete (Full name, contact preferences etc) .
- Click on the "Next Step" button.
- Submit valid Address Details ensuring that all of the required fields are complete (Town, Country etc).
- Click on the "Next Step" button.
- Submit valid Record Details ensuring that all of the required fields are complete (Marker model, serial number etc).
- Click on the "Next Step" button to complete the Registration process.
We hope your like the new system we have put in place. As with everything this is a work in progress and hopefully this system will grow and develop over time. Any and all feedback is very much appreciated, we even quite like getting the bad feedback !!!
Please e-mail any comments to: email@example.com
Thursday, 17 June 2010
What better way to tell you about the NEW Planet Eclipse GEO2 that to simply cut and paste a review from one of X-Factors Pro Players Grayon Goff’s Blog?
Check out Grayson Blog for more X-Factor and Grayson goodness !!
My real name is Grayson Goff, George only comes out at night. I've been playing competitive paintball since 2001 and for the past few years I've been involved with San Antonio X-factor. Paintball has given me such a wonderful opportunity to live life to its fullest and I'm taking advantage of that every day of my life. This blog will chronicle those journeys...
This past weekend in Nebraska I was fortunate enough to get my hands on one of the new Geo 2's from Eclipse. Like usual, the gun came in the metal zipper case I've come to like very much. It's the perfect size to carry everything you need and still fits inside any gear bag. The gun, the tools, lube, and the barrels, everything you need is in this little box that can take a beating.
Ok, now on to the gun. As soon as I could get it out of it's case I had it aired up and ready to go. As with any Eclipse Marker, the only trigger adjustment I have to do is back out the top most forward screw. I have no idea what the screw is for but I've done with all my eclipse guns since 2006 and it always make the trigger perfect [See Jack Woods Notes Below]. With that out of the way, I donned the .689 back, my prophecy and tank and was ready to rock. The first thing I noticed was how much more stable the gun felt in my hands. The small distance added to the gap between the trigger frame and reg was perfect. I felt like I was going to battle with a rifle in my hand, not a little pistol. This small changed helped the gun stay more stable as I ripped off a few good lanes into some Nebraska corn.
Before Greg would hell at me for shooting his beloved corn we decided to get things going and play our first match. Right off the bat I noticed I was more accurate than I had ever been before. Instead of shooting the guy with the 2nd or 3rd ball, I'd catch him with the first right away giving them no chance to flinch away and hide.
The second improvement I noticed was the air efficiency. I was playing the tall cake on the dorrito side and most of the games my job was to lock off the snake side if we got a G off the break. Basically what that meant was I was shooting 4-5 pods a game easy. With my old GEO, I'd have to fill up after every game. With the new GEO 2 Bolt, I could stay out on the field and run backs to backs if need be.
The gun didn't get an easy first road either. Over the course of the weekend I shot close to 15 cases through it. We got rained on. It got tossed in the mud a few times and generally got beat up like any gun would if you played 9 matches with it. And through all this it kept firing and never missed a beat.
Overall I was very impressed with the small changes that ended up having a huge effect on performance. If you were a fan of the GEO, then the GEO 2 is a must buy. I know there's some diehard EGO fans (aka Todd Morrow) still out there but for those who like the spool valve design, the GEO2 can't be beat right now.
Tech Tip Of The Day from Jack Wood [Planet Eclipse Chief Engineer]
When dealing with Pros it is very important to understand several thing:
1) They have zero mechanical empathy.
2) They have zero technical knowledge.
3) They never NEVER Read The Frickin’ Manual! Grayson, RTFM RTFM RTFM!!
OK, so I know it’s a pointless request, and there is no way you are going to do it, regardless of the knowledge that we spend thousands of dollhairs and expend hundreds of man hours and fell countless trees in order to produce it, so to help you out this one time: the screw reduces the magnetic return strength of the trigger when you dial it out, making the trigger pull lighter :-)
Now go and shoot some baddies with it!
Special Thanks to Andy Penner from PennerPics.com .. Check out more pics from the X Factor and Vicious Practise and much more here: http://pennerpics.smugmug.com/
It’s been a while now but the Dynasty boys are looking at making another trip over to the UK.
Problem is that if everyone that said they are going to come to the session did come it would be very much over-subscribed, the other problem is nobody is coughing up the deposits which is needed before the Dynasty guys will book their flights (very understandably). So here is your kick in the ass to get yourself sorted out and booked in and PAID UP. Apathy is killing us all and unless you actually sign up this GREAT opportunity is going to pass you by and the Dynasty guys may never be been seen over here again…. Let’s make sure this doesn’t happen!!!!
These boys have the SKILLZ !!!!
As we pulled out of our meeting spot with cloudy grey skies and the weather report on the radio we were all worried of what the day may bring. This was the first time in the history of the team was Brute Force ever honoured with a general position in an event; There was no chance that rain was going to keep us from winning. Over the last four years as a team, Brute Force has attended 14 major regional big games and scenarios and up until October of 2009 we held an undefeated record, we were hungry and excited to bring another win home with us.
We arrived at P&L Paintball at 6:30am, the majority of the crowd wasn't even awake yet but from the time we entered the front gates we were already running our game plans. It took us 20 minutes to set up our four blue Planet Eclipse canopies and tables when disaster hit. It felt as if the heavens opened up and there was an ocean falling on us. Rain fell hard as it thundered and lightened all around us, barely could we count one Mississippi from the time of the flash to the boom. Five minutes of intense downpours and we knew we had a problem. The location on which we set up the canopies was low compared to the area around it, we started to collect water smack in the middle of the Brute Force Compound. We started small with using water bottles and pods to fill and throw the water outside to keep the water level in the puddle low. But after five more minutes of bailing out we knew we were fighting a losing battle; we had to move. Jarrad Gilbert and I pulled our cars up to the edge of the canopies and began loading anything that wasn’t water proof; the 20 cases of paint, the gear bags, and of course the Dunkin Donuts. Once loaded we untacked the canopies and with all 12 members on the ready we moved half of the compound over 30 feet. With success now it was time to move the other half, leaving just a few people to ensure the moved half wouldn’t fly away. We started to move the other half. A huge gush of wind came and literally picked up the first half we moved and the 3 people holding it down. Now all of us muddy we rushed to get the compound back together. 15 minutes of struggling we finally had completed the task. We successfully moved our compound 30 feet to the left through intense thunderstorms and rain. And to our aggravated delight once everything was back set up inside the compound, it stopped raining.
Once the rain had went away and the skies started to lighten Steeel Reserve the team hosting the event started to go around and get everything in place, it took about an hour to get the game rolling but when it started everyone was ready. Sean Connell and Cameron Eames from Brute Force were the designated General and XO of the Russians or Red Team, however each member of our team had walkie talkies and were ready to help. We put on our Team Jerseys, filled all 70 pods of paint and loaded them into our packs and backpacks, filled all of our tanks to the max and prepped our EGOs, and ETEKs, Put in new Energy Paintball Batteries, and set up our Pinokio Hoppers for the carnage that awaited us.
At 10:30am the game officially started, Sean immediately pulled everyone to the front lines, and Brute Force spread out on the front knowing our radios would be the red teams primary communications. Within the first hour, we had to send back members to staging to refill our pods, many of Team Brute Force waiting with no paint as we hoped our runners would return in time with paint for the blue teams next push. The front lines battling continued all day up until around 2:00PM, never once did the Red Team lose our front lines grasp. We successfully held all day and at 2:00PM the game was paused and everyone exited the field as we prepped for the final battle. We checked inventory of how much paint we had left and we were down to 8 cases of the original 20. None of us knew what the points total was and many of us were afraid to go check; All we knew was that there was no way we were going to lose again. Steeel Reserved prepped us for a Take the Town finale where the red team including the Fuzzy Bunnies, CTC, Brute Force and others defended the Town as the blue team attacked. The one hour finale was intense, Team Brute Force held the left side of the town both up stairs and downstairs while the rest held off the right side, never once did any of the blue team reach the flag stations! The game ended as you heard the town erupt with excitement, Brute Force walked off the field tired, muddy, covered in paint, and pods empty. The EGOs and ETEKs performed flawlessly all day with zero hiccups or bumps, Never once did I break a ball and despite the incredibly high humidity the paint shot flawlessly. Everyone gathered around to hear the final score of the day and to receive the raffled off items. Steeel Reserve reported that the blue team had 1000 points, and that the red team has scored 2400 points! It was an exhausting and exciting day and you could tell each member of Brute Force was excited for our next event as we packed up our equipment loaded the cars and left the field.
Special Thanks to Steeel Reserve for hosting an incredible event, Brennans Smoke Shop for a good and fair fight, and all of our sponsors for there incredible support, We would not have been able to be what we are and do what we do if it wasn’t for you!
Planet Eclipse would like to thank Team Brute Force, PnL Paintball for hosting the great event and all other Eclipse sponsored teams for attending the event. We appreciate all the support that everyone showed us over the weekend. We look forward to seeing everyone at the next event!!
Check out more info about P&L Paintball Here: http://www.pnlpaintball.com/
Follow Brute Force Here: http://web.me.com/mikerevelle/TBF/Home.html
Wednesday, 16 June 2010
Planet Eclipse would like to congratulate team LOD for their 2nd place finish last Sunday. Another great event for team LOD and we appreciate the support that all our Dealers and sponsored teams have given us in Argentina!! Good luck at the next event
Last Sunday, a tournament was held at La Liga Paintball (Buenos Aires, Argentina), where Planet Eclipse Sponsored team, LOD, submitted two teams in division D3. One of the 2 teams went undefeated in its zone and reached the quarter-finals where it was the best-of-three matches to advance to the final. They moved onto the finals and gave their best effort and got second place.
'We had great technical advantage in the matches were time was short and because of the high performance EGO10 HPA did not need replacing between games, leaving us once we loaded paint and ready for the next game.'
'The level of the other teams was very good and we are pleased to have achieved our objective of obtaining a place on the podium.'
Monday, 14 June 2010
Visit Facebook and VOTE for the USA Pro player that we will ask next !!!
CLICK HERE TO VOTE......
Basic (Boring) Info:
Name: Antony Leadbetter
Age: 39…. OK I’m 40 !!
Team. Operation Sandbagger, Coach for Firm and Ex Nexus and Banzai Bandit
Job: Co-Owner of Planet Eclipse.
1. I hate family video’s of me as a teenager. Not sure why just do. If the family ever get them out I’ll leave the house rather than watching them.
2. A like hot sauce a lot but everybody thinks I like the super hot stuff which isn’t true. Tabasco is the king of hot sauce and I bow down in front of it. The Habanero Tabasco has a great taste and the perfect heat. The Super hot sauce is for friends that think they can handle anything hot... Fools. Check out the Eclipse Hot sauces they are lush !! 3. In the middle of summers there are still some dickheads driving around with fog lights on, when it’s not been foggy for months. If see one on the motorway I’ll pass them, get in front and flash my fog lights for ages until I think they get the hint then I’ll let them overtake me so I can see if they have turned them off.
4. I like collecting coins in a big jar. Ever two years there is normally enough for me to buy a new snowboard which is nice.
5. I do wee in the shower.
6. I’m a sucker for good eye catching packaging. For example cheese wrapped in some old fashion type paper gets me a lot more excited then something in a nice clear plastic wrapper. It’s mainly food stuffs that get me but other items packaged well turn me on.
Examples… Richmond Sausages Kick Ass.. But there packaging = EPIC FAIL.. I would always buy the others.
7. I like talking to checkout people in supermarkets. I just think they do a good job and it must be pretty boring so if I make them smile and there day go a little quicker then that makes me happy too.
8. If I didn’t have to work to earn money I would do one of the following:
Shopping Trolley Police. I HATE people who just dump the trolly in the car park when there is a perfectly good place to put them 5 meters further away… Very Lazy !
Bus Shelter / Phone Box Ninja. It amazes me that the people that actually need bus stop shelters or phone boxes are the same idiots that smash them up !!! I’d love to catch them and then smash up their stuff… They make me sick.
9. E-Bay. If I find something I need (For example I’ve just been looking for a phone charger) and I find it and it’s for a very small about like £3.25 I’ll still spend another 20 or 30 minutes looking for one for £3.10. I know I’m doing it, I know it’s pointless and costing me money but I just can’t stop myself.....
10. If I get excited or VERY nervous it makes me throw up. It still happens when I’m playing Paintball, even when I’m coaching I get this adrenaline buzz that ends up with me doubled over wrenching.