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I ♥ London

Authored by Drift on Friday 29

I've been incredibly fortunate to be living in London when learning Parkour as its a city that suits the discipline well. Over the last decade particularly it has seen Parkour explode and been at the centre of the global scene.

Authored by admin on Monday 06

This article has actually been written for a while but I wanted to post it now to try to give a few rays of warmth to those cold winter days...

So after a few weeks at home I returned to London.  While this was done under the general premise of continuing my research into parkour, I also wanted to attend some key events, most notably Rendezvous.  I arrived in the city just in time to catch the tail end of the instructor’s meeting at Elephant and Castle.

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Authored by Drift on Thursday 17

Ever since I began Parkour four years ago I've been heading out to train almost every Sunday come rain or shine (mostly rain). During these sessions I've explored segments of London with my training comrades and we've developed a routine: keep moving. Changing your environment regularly keeps your training fresh and constantly provides new challenges. You can (and should) train movement as you go; walls are your highway, every kerb is a precision and you are legally obliged as a traceur/traceuse to balance every rail that you come across.