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Train Hard - Stay Humble

I noticed that we are all basically one big happy PK family...However, i also noticed that we only congratulate our fellow peers when we are in front of them in a session... i wanted to start a thread were we congratulate people for overcoming obstacles that were difficult for them, thus making each other stronger mentally and also making each other closer as friends... whether the obstacle may be a vault that was never done before or someones fear of heights not only torecognize peoples progression over time, but to record it or to have a written calender to show how we progress, and to see if anyone has a question on how to do a certain movement...

I, for one, will begin this thread and add to it every time i see someones progression... today I saw Jason "technique" progress to doing a palm spin, and learning how to progress himself into a more efficient kong... congrates Jason and keep going...

I know PK is not being viewed very well in the publics eye, but when they notice how friendly we are and how warming we can all be they will soon see the light and follow our paths to making oursleves and each other stronger... is anyone with me???

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Next time, hopefully. Hrrr! :D
haha thanks....
Props to Sam (Bakerboy) for his first kong over a table!
...THAT was his first kong?
Sorry, I didn' t mean to bash it!

Well, the technical advise is still good, though...
Hehe, no, but that was an awesome recovery.

THAT was his first kong.
thats right man peace n love all the way , makes each of us better people , nice thread
Jordan keeps on flying, even after spraining two wrists (100% of!) last year, and puking after conditioning last week...

Not even eating Kryptonite can stop Dash-Man!

(I kept barely my breakfast down 2 Sundays ago, with TK17... and I've heard others having the same experience at their very first session, maybe after a longer while since they'd been training seriously...
I guess "No pain - No gain" it's true at any age, time and level...
aaa....Frenchman is awesome.
True, that conditioning with TK really got me tired.

It is really hard to get out there and condition by yourself, and I think he is very disciplined at it.
"Just" Steve is doing level kongs, on rails (!), outdoor...
Also, tapping with one foot only on the first one!

Seng perfectioned the "Seng Vault" (...of course!) a pop-into-kong so smooth that looks effortless...
I concur. Steve is pretty ballsy now and has been pulling it off.
The results and "Thanks" go to all of you...hard work...slow progression..


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