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Parkour And Freerunning / How to make a standalone parkour rail
« on: July 28, 2016, 10:49:49 PM »
Hey guys, it's pretty self explanatory. It's for a 3-5 ft rail near the ground. I know it's a simple project, but I'm here to ask for your feedback on what type of materials to use, best practices for long term use, etc. I've searched Google and the forums but if there is a thread may you please direct me to it?

Thanks in advance!

Philadelphia / Re: **The Official Twitter for Philadelphia Parkour**
« on: December 11, 2014, 04:48:59 PM »
Hi, I just got done looking for the twitter mentioned. Is there another page that it's been moved to? I couldn't find it online.


Welcome! / Re: Welcome Thread - New Members please announce here!
« on: June 10, 2013, 08:01:08 PM »

I have a few posts on the forum but never formally introduced myself. I'm Michael, or Mike for short. I'm located in the NEPA area of Pennsylvania. Although I haven't trained regularly I have been educating myself on Parkour for about two to three years counting now. I plan to start training regularly soon, and I guess this will serve as my formal introduction on the forum.

Feel free to hit me up on here or send me an email, it's usually nice to network!

Pennsylvania / Re: Closed Minds are Closed
« on: June 03, 2013, 09:37:18 PM »
It makes me want to prove the worth of the idea I hold dear, which is being useful for me.

Pennsylvania / Re: Monroe County Parkour
« on: October 10, 2011, 03:03:12 PM »
I'm down to train, I'm in Monroe as well.

About 14, 15 years ago I was standing in line with a kid in kindergarten who had no fingers on his hands, but balls, or fists, for hands. We had a conversation and the end result is me wanting to be useful. I had no idea what Parkour was but over time as I grew up I knew I wanted to do something just like this, but couldn't seem to find it. It felt like chasing a ghost. Eventually I found some videos on youtube for free running, looked more into it, and found APK as a result. I've been interested in Parkour for about a year now. From APK I learned about LVPK and linked with the community in mid June this year. Now I plan to practice regularly while attending college.

Welcome! / Hey everyone.
« on: July 06, 2010, 09:35:57 AM »
Well, I've never been good at intros.. I'm Mike, and new to parkour. I've been interested in Parkour for about a year now, but never had the means to try it as I always thought it was 'Hardcore'! Now that I know what it is, it's been a blast seeing and doing some of this, from the research to training; as well as the idea of jams. It looks like smooth sailing on the forums, and it feels great to be here.  :)

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