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Schorni - March 2009

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A superb video of an incredibly talented young traceur, Schorni, in Austria.

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Written by Brian Reber Belida   
Saturday, 28 March 2009 11:53
 
SeattleIAm covers PNWPA

Confluence Creative team Joshua B. Johnson and Bridget O’Neill pair up with members of the PNWPA to bring you Parkour For The People. Emerging on the streets of Europe, taking names on YouTube and leaping onto the big screen, Parkour has an underground appeal the world over. But it’s here in Seattle we found a tight knit group of Tracuers working together to make Parkour accessible to the masses. The Pacific Northwest Parkour Association, or PNWPA, is a not-for-profit designed to get people of all ages outside and moving. Experienced Traceurs teach students the fundamentals through classes, training exercises, and strength building activities. If you would like to give Parkour a try, you can find more information at www.PNWPA.com.

Special thanks to: Green Lake Park, Gas Works Park, Tyson Cecka, Rafe Kelley, Brandee Laird, Janine Cundy, and Adam Truesdell.

Vote up the video onto the main page of SeattleIAm.com and lets get the PNWPA some good publicity!

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Written by Zachary Cohn   
Tuesday, 17 March 2009 17:11
 
APK Alliance Video Article Series #3: The Five Steps

Samuel "Disciple" Slater brings us the third in a series of videos being produced by the APK Alliance. These videos take an important article and convert it to video format so it can be spread more rapidly. Sam discusses the 5 steps of any technique.

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Written by Zachary Cohn   
Friday, 06 March 2009 00:28
 
February "Hiking" Hawaii Jam

In February, Hawaii Parkour had two jams. One of which they decided to make it a hike. Here are the highlights of what got on film. They didn't get any of the "going up" on film, but got some fun shoots of the way down.

Something to keep in mind about this terrain is the amount of rocks and mud there is, making it a challenge to run smoothly without braking an ankle. They managed to have a good time and preserve all of their limbs intact, always a good thing.

The hike is only a mile and a half to the falls. They stopped here and there for some basic Movnat and some random training. The falls as were definitely the most fun part of it. The time it took to get down was probably a record breaker.

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Written by Zachary Cohn   
Wednesday, 04 March 2009 16:29
 
Yamakasi Music Video

A music video featuring the Yamakasi, the song is by Apollo J and called "Ensemble."


Apollo J - Ensemble - Inédit 2009 from Benjamin Chapat on Vimeo.

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Written by Zachary Cohn   
Monday, 02 March 2009 04:25
 
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