Yeah. I was watching Edwardes do a catleap (video) the other day. He was with forrest. He sorta looked at him, gave him the cheek and clearly made an attempt to do it better than him. It was really the first time i saw a person i guess "brag" about themselves through pakrour. I think that stephane isnt really pro competition, but he was payed to promote the idea. I agree that its really absurd to act in parkour like you know lots about it. I do that a lot (even though i pretty much dont know anything). I think that everyone should do parkour as they wish- like you said "there is not right way of doing a movement" Its really pointless to say that my way is better than yours because Parkour, essentially should limit that type of attitude.
Im starting to understand how vulnerable a human is to sources of mass (dis)information. I am really against Parkour being commercialized.
I was thinking about that as i wrote. But- a very detailed tutorial on landings, rolls, safety precautions.... even things like wall runs and "getting over the obstacle guide" will be great. I totally agree with you though. It drives me nuts when someone refers to Parkour as stunts... tricks.. or even moves. as safety is emphasized in Parkour, we dont want people starting incorrectly. ie- drops and vaults should be talked about in each tutorial- as not the most important part of parkour (Just like TK-17) said. So - maybe talk about this during the sunday training?
hey i was watching this great aussie pk video i found on youtube from 06, and i noticed the poster was chippa20. I dunno if you've seen any of Chippa's stuff, but i thought this video was beautiful in their speed