Train Hard - Stay Humble
A group for those in the East Bay area to organize practice sessions and jams.
Location: East Bay
Latest Activity: Nov 13, 2020
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Started by Seng. Last reply by Brian Dorn Nov 1, 2015.
Started by Brian Dorn Nov 1, 2015.
Started by Byron. Last reply by RJ "Psych" Scott May 2, 2012.
idk if this group is still active but anybody wanna train somewhere in the bay area?
anyone down to train on the weekends? i used to train a little with the CAL group, but i work during the week.
i know the weathers not the best but whose up to practice some volts
im in Fremont California and i need people to train with im next to the lake Elizabeth area
Hey I'm not from "back in the day" but I'd love to train/jam, I'm in the East Bay.
Tuesday sessions, 6-8pm @ Alameda High School!
Is this group still active? Anything going on in 2014?
Hello all East Bay Traceurs! My name is Tyler Troxel and I am a student at Chico State University in California. I am conducting a research paper based on parkour/traceurs and would like to know more information about the culture. I can see that I friend of mine has already posted on this page a year ago, so maybe a few of you are already familiar with the interview. Speaking of which, I would greatly appreciate if I could interview of few of you traceurs! I would preferably have the interview done via Skype or any kind of video interface. All questions will be strictly about parkour what being a traceur means to you. You must have a background in parkour in order to participate. Take this opportunity to be a part of our research here at Chico State! I will require the same information as my peer Francisco Nava requested.
Please send me the following:
Where you are from
Your history with parkour
What's the importance of the sport in your life?
Thank you all for your consideration and I hope to hear from you very soon!
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