Parkour/Free Running

#1
Does anyone know if there's an Army Parkour Club, yet?

I saw the documentary, "Jump Britain" the other day and, although I fear I am already too old and inflexible to do this, I did like the idea of adding a new dimension to running by jumping, hurdling, climbing and rolling along the way.

Anyone tried it?

IF
 
#4
IdeasFactory said:
Does anyone know if there's an Army Parkour Club, yet?

I saw the documentary, "Jump Britain" the other day and, although I fear I am already too old and inflexible to do this, I did like the idea of adding a new dimension to running by jumping, hurdling, climbing and rolling along the way.

Anyone tried it?

IF
No I'd love to try it though, but at 28 I think I may be too old to even attempt it aswell lol but i'd sure give it a darn good try.
 
#7
hit a copper on the head/steal his hat. i guarantee you will run faster and have a more exciting route.

how its a sport i dont know. i hope they dont find a way to make me do it. ill feel more embarrased than my first dance lesson at junior school

there was a article on it in "front" magazine a few months back. had some contact details in it. i cant find mine but someone out there must have one.

laters easy
 

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