1. What does parkour mean to you?
It contributes to my life of adventure, a day without adventure is a day wasted
2. How long have you been doiing it?
Roughly 4-5 months
3. How many hours a day do you train?
Depends on work/ school/ social life, usually try to get in a minor workout once a day.
4. Do you eat healthy?
Ever since I started parkour I have been eating healthier, not 100% healthy but healthier
5. Is parkour a large part of your life?
It is now that I have completed Boy Scouts (I'm turning 18 this Sunday so I can't participate as a scout anymore
6. How hard was it to start?
Somewhat hard, mostly because when I first discovered it and tried it I thought it wasn't right for me, then I decided to go serious and now it's easy. But sometimes it's hard to get off my lazy-ass and train still
7. Where you scared to do any of the movements?
Yeah, the kong vaults, I finally got the monkey vault down but those dives.... they're just too intense for me right now. haha
8. What is your description of parkour?
An outlet of freedom, a lost art that will guide my life in the correct direction. Before I started parkour I wasn't 100% physically active, sure I would go on occasional backpacking trips, but the closest mountains to my house were a good 6 hours away so I would only do those a couple times a year.
Parkour has contributed to my over all well-being and has opened my eyes to new possibilities, I am a more daring person now. Unlike I used to be I want to be an old man who looks back on his life and says "Man I was stupid back then, but at least I had fun"