Posts Tagged ‘advice’

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some stuff

January 8, 2010

Hmmm. so I’m realizing that we havent done much with this blog for a while. so I’ma just drop somethin for everybody just to keep it current. 🙂  So first off, its a new year, happy 2010, and I’m sure everyone’s made some sort of resolution that has to do with health. whether it’s exercizing more, or eating healthy. but lets face it, how many people actually follow through on their resolutions? So i’m just gonna say: don’t “resolve” to do whatever it is you want to do. Just do it!

That being said, here’s something you should NOT under any circustances do! And that is exercize your core for several hours, and then stuff yourself with Mcdonalds. Trust me, bad idea! Not only am i so sore i can hardly sit up straight, but now i have a wonderful stomach ache to go with.

So i hope i’ve given you a reason to shun the evils of fastfood (lolz jk). Anywaz it’s late,  I have school in 8 hours,  and ima take some advil and crash. So this is me wishing you a stomach ache free 2010.  Peace.

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Building blocks of tricking and parkour shortened.

July 13, 2008

Well, I made a post a while back called Building Blocks of Tricking, Parkour, And Martial Arts. Part 1, and Its a lot longer then it ends to be, so I want to summarize it here.

Parkour

1)Parkour is a great form of exercise, but that isn’t going to get you far if you don’t eat right, and sometimes training in a gym to get stronger, or build more endurance, is better then just doing parkour for it, mostly because it won’t be as hard on your body.

2)A lot of great traceur’s have very little in the way of serious injuries related to parkour. This is because they don’t do stupid shit. Basically, remember that the goal of parkour is to get from A to B as fast as you can, not to show off. Breaking bones and what-not also isn’t supposed part of it.

Tricking
1)In tricking, training in the gym and at home is very very important. Its pretty easy to hurt yourself enough to take you out of sports of a notable amount of time in tricking, and conditioning helps reduce the risk of that happening. condition three times as much as you trick, and you will be tricking for a long time.

Condition, diet, then train.

2)Don’t go overboard, working out for two hours a day every day and then spending an hour tricking afterward, it won’t help you. Remember, stop while your ahead, if you land a trick perfectly, do it a few more times, and then stop before you get tired. This way the correct form becomes more firmly implanted in your muscle memory. And don’t condition and trick on the same day if you can help it.

That’s all I’m putting in here, I think this explains the important parts better.