10 episodes

Host Brandon Douglass helps connect influential parkour athletes, coaches, and other figures with the incredibly diverse and global community of parkour practitioners.

The ParkourEDU Podcas‪t‬ Brandon Douglass

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    • 4.3 • 3 Ratings

Host Brandon Douglass helps connect influential parkour athletes, coaches, and other figures with the incredibly diverse and global community of parkour practitioners.

    The ParkourEDU Podcast Ep. 17 — Eugene Minogue

    The ParkourEDU Podcast Ep. 17 — Eugene Minogue

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    [0:00] - Intro

    [1:41] - Eugene Minogue joins via skype and shares his journey to becoming CEO at Parour UK

    [15:08] - On the UK’s official recognition of Parkour as sport

    [26:05] - On sport, competition, and the differences between both

    [31:32] - On FIG and other gymnastics organizations interests in parkour

    [40:48] - Comparisons between other sports and what Parkour UK has accomplished

    [52:10] - On Olympic parkour

    [58:52] - On Parkour Earth



    [1:06:31] - On PE’s future





    [1:12:40] - On we/you can do as a member of your local, regional, national, and global parkour communities.

    [1:21:02] - Fan Questions



    [1:21:13] - What sort of benefits does a NSO (National Sports Organization) have that a private organization could not achieve?

    [1:27:40] - On STORROR’s RCA (Roof Culture Asia) film







    LINKS:



    Parkour UK



    IG: https://www.instagram.com/parkouruk/

    FB: https://www.facebook.com/ParkourUK/

    TW: https://twitter.com/ParkourUK





    Parkour Earth:



    IG: https://www.instagram.com/parkourearth/

    FB: https://www.facebook.com/ParkourEarth/

    TW: https://twitter.com/ParkourEarth

    • 1 hr 35 min
    The ParkourEDU Podcast Ep. 16 — Alyssa Serpa

    The ParkourEDU Podcast Ep. 16 — Alyssa Serpa

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    [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 having fewer peers

    [31:13] - On being a pioneer within the community

    [37:35] - On visions for women in the parkour community

    [48:02] - Final thoughts

    Follow Alyssa on IG: @alyssa.serpa

    • 53 min
    The ParkourEDU Podcast, Ep. 15 — Eric Moor & Joseph Henderson

    The ParkourEDU Podcast, Ep. 15 — Eric Moor & Joseph Henderson

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    [0:00] - Intro with Brandon

    [1:00] - Eric Moor & Joseph Henderson appear in studio

    [2:10] - On being kicked out of training spots

    [7:15] - On their own generations within parkour

    [10:26] - On future generations and athlete health young & old

    [18:46] - On struggles making a career in parkour

    [23:50] - On their how they got to where they are / where they are going?

    [28:14] - On what it means to ‘send it’

    [34:50] - On getting mental gains in training

    [37:30] - On competing in NAPC 2017 and other parkour competitions

    [44:32] - On what’s next for Storm Freerun and their own personal channels

    [54:40] - Podcast wraps up (sloppily) plus instagram handles



    @eric.moor | @joseph.hendo | @stormfreerun





    [58:29] - Outro with Brandon

    • 1 hr
    The ParkourEDU Podcast, Ep. 14 — Dominic Di Tommaso

    The ParkourEDU Podcast, Ep. 14 — Dominic Di Tommaso

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    [0:00] - Dom joins via Skype

    [0:20] - On Dom’s nasty bail and experiences at the competition held at Heaven’s Gate on Tianmen mountain.

    [15:53] - On Dom’s athletic background

    [21:24] - On upbringing in Australia

    [26:35] - On the progression of parkour training regimens

    [31:26] - On recent FIG controversy

    [37:14] - On Team Farang

    [42:34] - On competition

    Fan Questions



    [55:42] - What’s your favorite training spot?

    [57:02] - What’s your favorite beside front flip?





    [1:03:04] - How to stay in touch with Dom | Podcast wraps up

    • 1 hr 8 min
    The ParkourEDU Podcast, Ep. 13 — Toby Segar

    The ParkourEDU Podcast, Ep. 13 — Toby Segar

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    * [0:00] - Podcast intro

    * [1:00] - On RCA filmmaking

    * [6:44] - On public perceptions of training at heights

    * [10:08] - On the processes of training at height

    * [17:40] - On issues with the commercialization of parkour

    * [25:47] - On STORROR success and team dynamics

    * [32:05] - On growing up STORROR

    * [37:20] - On the editing process

    * [43:45] - Fan questions:



    [45:10] - What about the parkour community bothers?

    [47:00] - How does STORROR make money?

    [51:40] - How does Toby get so much power doing cat passes (kongs)?

    [55:40] - What are Toby’s nicknames?





    * [58:40] - Podcast wraps up

    • 1 hr
    The ParkourEDU Podcast, Ep. 12 — Rafe Kelley

    The ParkourEDU Podcast, Ep. 12 — Rafe Kelley

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    [0:00] - Podcast intro

    [1:00] - Rafe’s background in parkour

    [3:53] - Rafe’s movement pyramid and parkour

    [8:38] - Ancestral / Anthropological perspectives on modern lifestyles

    [19:20] - On Rafe’s program Evolve Move Play

    [23:00] - On stimulation vs nourishment

    [37:35] - On rough housing, rough and tumble play, and sparring

    [53:06] - Fan Questions



    [53:10] - How does Rafe deal with parents who disagree with his risk-taking philosophies? [With bonus guest Beth Kelley]

    [58:02] - What is the most natural way to wake up?

    [59:31] - On the importance of being barefoot in nature

    [1:06:02] - Who or what inspires Rafe to push himself?





    [1:09:30] - Podcast Wraps up

    [1:12:48] - Podcast Outro

    • 1 hr 13 min

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