Bay Area Parkour

Train Hard - Stay Humble

This was one of my favorite trees on the UC-Berkeley campus. I made this video in the Summer of 2008, about 6 months after I started with parkour, and always meant to go back and record more as I built my skills, but alas, this tree and a few others around Sather Tower have recently been removed so I'll have to find some others to play in. It's interesting for me to see how much I've improved because my last few visits to these trees had a different lines and more fluid motion.

The goal of this playing around was to stay moving for about two minutes. I cut out the second half because it was getting somewhat repetitive for viewing. Other attempts had a few smoother movements and a few lines I wish I'd taken in this one, but this is probably the best overall.

I'm calling this volume #0 because it was shot well before my Dwinelle scaffolding video (#1) even though it's taken me this long to throw it online.

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Comment by marisa on January 5, 2010 at 6:57pm
That tree is/was pretty awesome. I think I remember playing on them when I was a kid
Comment by puck on January 5, 2010 at 6:18pm
i really like the fluidity with which you move. every time i try to do long, complicated movements i'm guaranteed to stumble once or twice.

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