« on: January 11, 2012, 05:36:11 PM »
Hopefully if my dad buys this big strip of land, I'm going to build a jungle gym. I already built a vault box, but there's no room.
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Are you the same Ryan Courtney that got on here like a year ago and talked about tornado kicking a mugger in the face and running for like a mile to evade the others?
No forests are restricted to the public...the Earth is our birthright.
LOL, check out my Karma....
if you click the negitive, itll take away the - and add it to the + count.
Oh great, I have -1 karma?
Looks like I have to kong vault someone's face again.
Here's a video of some of my friends Free Running in a suburb with no parkour spots, and making the best of it
Maybe you can find one of these set ups in your town
@Hazim. That was my question. Is there a faster way over them? Considering I live near a suburban area I think I'm going to figure out a faster way over. I already know that the gate vault works for the vinyl fences, but not always with the chain link.
Nice quote. You know I've always wondered how to effciently get over those flimsy and rickety fences.
Meh, I wouldn't say that the US has that many amazing trickers...I don't watch too many tricking videos though, so I might just be oblivious to it.
@OP, obviously cities are a better environment to train in, architecture-wise, but that doesn't mean that we should just blame our lack of good training on our unlucky area. I don't think we need to change our architecture or build an obscene amount of parkour parks...
Can you elaborate a little bit more on what you mean about how driving to a training spot isn't the spirit of parkour?
I disagree, I think you can find places in the suburbs, its just requires a lot more work and a change of mindset. I'm not saying that its any better than the city, but you can always find places.