Well, let's see... I'd say my motivation is that when I was a young kid living in a poor neighborhood, I always wanted to be really strong. I'd work out in my own ways and I was always really agile, not to mention in that neighborhood you were subject to violence. I guess that's where it all started and although I moved out of that environment long ago, I carried that longing for strength with me. I still have it these days. Parkour always makes me feel like I am training for a reason, not to mention the feeling it gives you when you conquer obstacles and obtain victory over yourself really. Everything about parkour makes me feel like I'm really capable of something that most aren't, which helps me feel separate from the crowd I guess. Parkour makes me feel like I am on a different level then most, despite everyone having their own strengths and weaknesses, I feel like I actually work on mine. This is a pretty insufficient way to describe my motivation for parkour, but that's about as close as it gets. There's something spiritual about it all, I guess you could say that parkour makes me feel.