Bay Area Parkour

Train Hard - Stay Humble

When Ashley Ceasar, field reporter for Nike Corporation in the Bay Area, required to cover a parkour training session, we simply told her to "jump in!"...
That's what she got out of it:

"There are no uniforms or equipment. There is no competition. There are no set rules or boundaries. In fact it is still so new, there is still a debate as to how to categorize it. But for now it is called “Parkour" Otherwise known as "l'art du deplacement" or the art of movement, the end..."
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[Thanks to Jodie for coordinating this, and to all the ladies for attending!]


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yay congratulations
Great!

I'm happy that parkour is getting good publicity, as well as BAPK.

Nice job!
That's awesome! Way to represent by just doing yer thang.
That's awesome! The girls seem to be getting themselves some good positive coverage lately. Hopefully it'll attract more tracueses.
nice! great article
Very cool! Jodie needs a shoe contract..Nike kix 4 life! ;)
I've seen a SURGE is ladies practicing parkour lately. Whatever you are doing, you are doing it RIGHT.
I meant "in".
Amazingly cool! Well done you guys, you're awesome!
U YEAH!!!
I KNOW HER!!! I know her.
This is great to hear! Go Women's Jam! ^^

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