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Things You Must Bring on a Parkour Road Trip

Authored by Shi on Thursday 29

The rules of a road trip are simple:

1. Get a group of friends.

2. Go to a new/exotic location.

3. Have the time of your life.

And sometimes involves:

4. Posting all footage on youtube, facebook, reddit, twitter etc

Parkour Generations have been posting a flickr album on what parkour people carry in their bags. In this blog, here’s my suggestion on what to include in your bag on a parkour road trip.

Money:

The animated gif story about recovering from injury

Authored by Shi on Sunday 22

So you're training every chance you get and progressing rapidly.

funny gifs - Boingy boingy boingy

One day, disaster strikes.

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5 ways to be a parkour revolutionary

Authored by admin on Wednesday 28

Do you wake up feeling like you want to shake things up, change the way you train and the world around you? Here’s 5 ideas about how to be a parkour revolutionary.

 

1. Invent new ways of training

Wax on, wax off

Authored by Shi on Thursday 07

"Wax on, right hand. Wax off, left hand. Wax on, wax off. Breathe in through nose, out the mouth. Wax on, wax off. Don't forget to breathe, very important."

Invisible joys

Authored by Shi on Wednesday 04

We all do it, no matter our age, gender or nationality. It can change every second but often falls into a rhythm. It can be short, fast, long or slow. Some of us force it outwards or hold it back. Many of us are unaware of it as we go about our day to day activities. But if you're reading this post, then you're certainly doing it now.

Breathe in.

Breathe out. 

We know that breathing is essential, our body does so unconsciously which means that we never have to think about it. Yet our breathing is linked to our emotional and mental state.

Invisible yet important

Authored by Shi on Wednesday 04

We all do it, no matter our age, gender or nationality. It can change every second but often falls into a rhythm. It can be short, fast, long or slow. Some of us force it outwards or hold it back. Many of us are unaware of it as we go about our day to day activities. But if you're reading this post, then you're certainly doing it now.

 

Breathe in.

 

Breathe out. 

 

Authored by admin on Monday 28

My breath was coming out in ragged bursts, my cheeks were burning and I could vaguely see the backs of the people ahead of me. Chippa was leading us on the daily morning run, a ritual that was repeated every morning at 7 sharp, in total silence starting from the Trace Facility. The first day, we ran up the road, back, and over a couple of 4m fences before arriving at a 10m long rail for balancing. On the second day, we ran a little further. On the third day, a lot faster, longer and no breaks. On the fourth, we ran along the railway tracks.