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Here's the big post y'all have been dreading emoticon

I'll start by posting the videos (just going to post the links as I don't want to make the pages so long and the video boxes do that), beginning with Day 27, part 1 and 2, at Apex:

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Next is Parkour Day 28 from last Saturday where my sister came with me and did way better than I did on my first day there:

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That's my video update for now.

Went to the gym yesterday. Didn't beat my top rowing-time as I was shooting for but there you go! Got some exercise and drinking a Cinnamon Slurpee afterward didn't make me feel bad at all! emoticon

I did the 1/2 Mile Run at school today and beat my best by 12 seconds, 3:18. I was happy on a personal-achievement level but it isn't good at all so I'm going to have to keep trying emoticon Did 22 pull-ups in one set on the monkey-bars at my Grandparents' house tonight, as well. Feel good, now onto my math homework...

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You'll be parkour king if you keep going on this way!
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Haha thank you for saying that ( emoticon ), but I'm really not that good at it for all the time I've practiced it! At the most, I'm just average, I'd say.

On that topic, I signed up for actual classes on parkour (so more about just basic skills than completing obstacle) at the gym and had my first yesterday. It went over jumps mainly, which I did fine on, but it also taught ninja-rolls (not the same as forward-rolls), which I very much struggled on emoticon That, and the calisthenics warm-up got me emoticon

That's all for now folks!
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Recap of April and May. Honestly forgot my last garage set of clips had some from April in it, as well emoticon

But anyway, here it is:



The second clip has the new stuff I got: the Cones and Steering Wheel - and a very awkward film-angle emoticon

These were really only shot on a couple of different days but shh!
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Got even more stuff? How do you fit more in? emoticon
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Hi Messup!
I think the best way to measure progress is against your own best efforts and not in comparing yourself to others. I think this is what you do all the time. I have watched you at this for a few years now and you have improved [sign in to see URL] that said, I think you are better than average! You also happen to be a very humble person. I like how you always push yourself to keep improving.

Your "hang-time" on the different objects hanging from the ceiling has really improved.I think that is a result of all those pull-ups you have been doing.
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You look a little frail. From previous experience I instinctively turn you away in search of a healthier body. Besides that is actually good information up there

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Hi Messup!
I think the best way to measure progress is against your own best efforts and not in comparing yourself to others. I think this is what you do all the time. I have watched you at this for a few years now and you have improved [sign in to see URL] that said, I think you are better than average! You also happen to be a very humble person. I like how you always push yourself to keep improving.

Your "hang-time" on the different objects hanging from the ceiling has really improved.I think that is a result of all those pull-ups you have been doing.



Aw, thank you miamigirl! Your guess that I compare myself to others all the time really nailed it emoticon I guess it's just how I think, a lot of the time, even though I don't intend for it to be emoticon

Always appreciate the reassurance emoticon

Dan: Because these new things are both things you temporarily hang from hooks - not a permanent installation! The garage is also currently being used to store a bunch of tile and such for our demoing so it sure is tight emoticon

Kitsune: You moved on to a bigger meal because I'm unhealthy? There's always a silver-lining emoticon

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Anyway, I graduated from my parkour intros and will take regular classes there over the Summer. We're building some precision blocks to practice jumps and strides.

In unrelated news, I'm wearing a parkour costume to Sports Day at school (complete with my new Miami Freerunning hat) tomorrow emoticon

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Enjoy Sports Day!

I always avoided it. emoticon
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By sports day, I meant a day where you dress-up in an outfit that relates to sports! Our school doesn't have Field Day emoticon

The school year's ended now at least!!
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