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    Parkour

    LOLOL PARKOR IS GEY LULUL.

    In all seriousness, on the 27th of october, the course i'm studying is offering me some parkour classes, or sessions, seeing as I need to get fit for the army. I think it'll be great. Not so I can be all ninja and shit, I just want to be able to jump over things on my way to school and shit, so I can look cool.


    Your thoughts on parkour/freerunning?
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    Re: Parkour

    Parkour & freerunning always looked really fun and seemed a great way to get around and exercize to me. Unfortunately I live in the countryside and it's a drive to get to a town of sorts.


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    Re: Parkour

    Quote Originally Posted by Niall
    Parkour & freerunning always looked really fun and seemed a great way to get around and exercize to me. Unfortunately I live in the countryside and it's a drive to get to a town of sorts.


    I can somersault off cows
    Sounds like fun.
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    Re: Parkour

    Used to do parkour a lot. Then our parkour team turned into an acro pk team. Then we just stoped, don't know why, though we get together sometimes and do some tricks. Love parkour.

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    I've been doing it since i saw a documentary in 2007. It is starting to get more recognition here in australia and we have the advantage of mostly sunny weather so the objects aren't slippery (Not good to do stuff on). I reccommend you get into it because it's really fun to learn new way's to maneuver the environment, you never know when you'll need them.

    I was skipping class a few weeks ago and i was spotted when i was going to see my girlfrined at sport. The teacher saw me so instead of going down the stairs and around a corner i leaped off the edge. It cut about 8 seconds off my time lol.

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    Re: Parkour

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTrf5anN4k8

    Assassins creed doing Parkour is so fun..

    Never actually tried it my self but yeh if i had the proper opportunity i would ..

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    Re: Parkour

    I used to do it a lot but I moved into just doing flips. In my opinion its more fun to walk up to a ledge and do a backflip off it, than to just vault over it.

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    Re: Parkour

    I've always thought Parkour looked cool, and I'd love to get into it some day. Although there isn't much places for me to do it at.
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    Re: Parkour

    I'm short, strong for my size, but short. Very.

    I'd love to get into it, but I also live in the country side, the best I could probably do is go to my friends house where he has a trampoline to practice.


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    Re: Parkour

    I live in kinda like this countryside, I can do a large amount of flips but thats on my trampoline, I do some parkour at like school or when were in town.
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