The ParkourEDU Podcast Ep. 16 — Alyssa Serpa

https://media.blubrry.com/parkouredupodcast/p/content.blubrry.com/parkouredupodcast/ep15_Alyssa_Serpa.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSSHOW NOTES [0:00] – Intro with Brandon [1:00] – Alyssa and Brandon from Origins Parkour [1:48] – On NAPC 4 and preparing for NAPC 5 [16:04] – On pulling out of the comp [22:00] – Benefits/comparisons of competing and training [25:46] – On the struggles of … Read more

5 Ways to Support Female Parkour Athletes

I want you to imagine for a moment walking into a gym full of large, muscular women. They are a little bigger and stronger than you and are also insanely talented at parkour. They can do things that push your previous conception of what humans are physically capable of. You are just starting out in parkour and can only do things at a fraction of the scale they are capable of and with far less confidence. The women are trying to help you learn but offer so much advice that you can hardly think straight. When you approach to join, it feels like you are in their way. Is this level of skill even possible? Where did these super-humans come from?! Is there a special laboratory or something…is Oscorp real?!

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