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The eyerun Podcast (Parkour Podcast) is a mix of interview and talk about Parkour and sports in general. My name is Philipp Raasch and I am from cologne, Germany. I teach and practice Parkour since 2003. The last years I traveled a lot and have had the possibility to talk to many Traceurs around the world. I like to share some of the conversations and thoughts through this podcast. Sharing is caring :)

eyerun Podcast (Parkour and Sports) Philipp Raasch

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The eyerun Podcast (Parkour Podcast) is a mix of interview and talk about Parkour and sports in general. My name is Philipp Raasch and I am from cologne, Germany. I teach and practice Parkour since 2003. The last years I traveled a lot and have had the possibility to talk to many Traceurs around the world. I like to share some of the conversations and thoughts through this podcast. Sharing is caring :)

    Intro (en)

    Intro (en)

    The eyerun Podcast (Parkour Podcast) is a mix of interview and talk about Parkour and sports in general. My name is Philipp Raasch and I am from cologne, Germany. I teach and practice Parkour since 2003. The last years I traveled a lot and have had the possibility to talk to many Traceurs around the world. I like to share some of the conversations and thoughts through this podcast. Sharing is caring :)

    • 30 s
    Evan Beyer (en)

    Evan Beyer (en)

    Evan is a senior coach for Parkour Generations Boston and a long time team member of Parkour Generations America’s. With a diverse background spanning many fields and interests, Evan has been exploring the world of coaching for more than 10 years. Originally from a small town in New Mexico USA. Evan spends nowadays most of his time coaching, building and inspiring people in Boston. This podcast was recorded End of April 2019 on the Art of retreat in Millport, Scotland.


    Timestamps

    0:00:10 When did we meet first?
    0:01:45 Since when do you train? And how did you get into Parkour?
    0:07:30 Why do we stick to Parkour? "How can I be the best me?"
    0:14:15 How do you deal with Kids in your class? How would have you dealt
    with yourself back int he days?
    0:17:30 What is Parkour? What is your definiton of Parkour?
    0:22:30 What what be your inner Parkour Animal?
    0:24:00 How do you handle Situations with Police/law enforcement in Parkour?
    0:31:20 What is your Coaching Approach? What is your Goal when you coach
    Parkour?
    0:41:30 Is Progress for you important while Coaching?
    0:45:20 What are your plans for writing your Book?
    0:49:20 What do you think About Competition in Parkour?
    1:01:45 How do you deal with Competition in Boston in your gym?
    1:05:00 Do you Train outdoors with your class?
    1:07:00 What are the Advantages of Training indoor?
    1:13:00 Creativity and Training
    1:17:45 Final Thoughts?
    1:19:10 Stupid Questions!
    1:26:45 Book recommendations


    Book recommendation:

    Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain by John J. Ratey and Eric Hagerman
    Play: How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul by Stuart Brown
    Tony Robbins - 2mm Shift
    Chris Voss - Never split the difference


    links:
    Evans Music: https://www.facebook.com/mangoinmotion/
    https://pkgenboston.com/pkgb-team/evan-beyer

    Host: Philipp Raasch
    Thank you for the Intro: Deniz Bozkurtan (composition of the audio), Julie Angel, Stephane Vigroux (for the intro audio).

    Listen on Spotify
    https://open.spotify.com/show/4ysv1EOKOVVfopBCfcRvA1?si=4WiN_mUIT5udaYmz70ZOUA
    spotify:show:4ysv1EOKOVVfopBCfcRvA1

    Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/eyerun-podcast-parkour-and-sports/id1472937499

    Website: podcast.eyerun.de

    Feed: https://eyerun.de/wp/feed/

    • 1 Std. 29 Min.
    Enis Maslic

    Enis Maslic

    Enis Maslic gehört zu den Gründern von Ashigaru und damit zu den Pionieren der deutschen Parkourszene.
    Mit Ashigaru hat er die Entwicklung von Parkour mit beeinflusst und ist sehr gut in der internationalen Szene vernetzt. Er war bereits während seines Sportökonomie-Studiums für diverse Lifestyle-Marken beratend tätig, hat in Kinofilmproduktionen mitgewirkt, Shows für namhafte Unternehmen performt und auch sonst überall in der Parkourbranche Luft geschnuppert. Enis glaubt, dass der Umgang mit sportlichen Risiken ihm auch ermöglicht hat seine Passion zum Beruf zu machen und ein erfolgreiches Unternehmen zu gründen. Neben der Geschäftsführung von Ashigaru ist er auch als Parkourpark Designer tätig und an einer Digitalagentur beteiligt.

    Dieses Podcast wurde im März 2017 aufgenommen. Ich danke Alex Kehrwald für das Videomaterial (Stöpsel das nächste mal das Audiokabel richtig ein ;) Ich danke zudem Madeleine von ParkourONE für das Korrektursehen/lesen und Gegenchecken.

    Fragen:
    3:12 Wie bist du an Parkour gekommen?
    4:47 Bist du schonmal im Wald mit Nunchaku aufgewacht?
    5:57 (Samson rausschneiden)
    6:13 Was machst du mit Parkour und Business?
    7:21 Was ist Parkour (für dich)?
    11:34 Was ist Business?
    12:40 Kann man mit Parkour Geld verdienen?
    13:36 Gab es einen Auftrag der am Anfang am prägendsten war?
    16:17 Wie kann man konkret Business mit Parkour machen?
    20:28 Wie war denn der Werdegang von Ashigaru von Family zum Business?
    23:59 Wie siehst du es wenn sich junge Traceure unter Wert verkaufen?
    28:26 Ist der Peak von Parkour erreicht? Ist der Markt gesättigt?
    29:51 (Pause wegen Kamera)
    30:14 Hat sich die Stuntszene über die Parkourkonkurrenz geärgert?
    32:27 Wer kann denn von Parkour aktuell leben?
    33:17 Was ist Influencer-Marketing?
    34:24 Wer hat in der deutschen Szene viele Follower? (März 2017)
    36:24 Ich erlebe Dich als großen Idealisten bezüglich Wettkämpfen. Ist das noch so?
    40:10 Hast du/ihr Unternehmen abgelehnt?
    45:40 Wofür steht ihr? Welche Werte vertretet ihr?
    49:14 Was ist euer Ziel bei Ashigaru?
    51:14 Was würdest du einem jungen Parkour-Athleten empfehlen?
    53:07 Glaubst du es ist einfacher geworden mit Parkour Geld zu verdienen?
    56:27 Bist du dem Parkour-Business manchmal überdrüssig geworden?
    59:53 Hat sich Parkour professionalisiert?
    1:04:30 Was ist denn in 10 Jahren?
    1:08:06 Wo siehst du dich in 10/20 Jahren?
    1:09:05 Was ist mit Endijs oder Andi Wöhle in 10 Jahren?
    1:15:34 Mein Oldschoolherz bangt…
    1:18:54 Willst du noch etwas abschließend sagen?

    Links:
    Ashigaru:
    www.ashigaru.de
    www.youtube.com/teamashigaru

    Enis:
    www.instagram.com/enismaslic/

    Alex:
    www.instagram.com/alex.kehrwald/

    Host: Philipp Raasch
    Thank you for the Intro: Deniz Bozkurtan (composition of the audio), Julie Angel, Stephane Vigroux (for the intro audio).

    • 1 Std. 20 Min.
    Sam ‘Ultima’ Govindin

    Sam ‘Ultima’ Govindin

    About Samuel:
    Sam loves to discover new places, even more natural ones than big cities.
    He sees Parkour as a way of improving himself in general. A tool to discover, use and explore his mental and physical possibilities as good as possible. A way to keep playing with his environment no matter where he is, to keep this childish spirit that gets lost too often and too easily.
    He also loves to share his experience and hopefully inspires people to get into Parkour as he thinks that everyone can take advantage of it - one way or another. We had a talk about creativity in Parkour, old generation and new-gen Traceurs, competition and Parkour Parks and obstacles made for Parkour.


    The podcast was recorded in January 2018. You can find the Podcast now on Spotify and iTunes. Just search for „PKast“

    Check out the description, there are further links and timestamps for the questions. Lean back and Enjoy this episode of PKast.

    Timestamps

    1:35 Who are you?
    2:55 How much time do you put into your videos?
    5:25 Did you learn video editing?
    6:00 Do you move different then many other people?
    8:20 How do you approach a difficult jump/move? Do you set goals for yourself?
    10:20 What is your attitude if you go to a new spot?
    11:10 How do you commit to a jump? (Alex May)
    15:55 Do you think more about the consequences when you become older?
    17:20 What is the new generation? Are you part of the next Gen?
    19:50 Do you have some principles like in the old days (doing a jump 3-times etc.)?
    24:10 Are you worried about the future of Parkour? What is in 20 Years?
    26:50 Do you have any contact with the founders, because you live in Paris as well?
    27:55 What was your first Parkour video? Do you have idols?
    29:50 What was you latest Parkourvideo you saw?
    30:55 How did Parkour changed your life?
    34:00 Can you live from Parkour?
    55:25 What do you think about competition?
    1:05:40 Places build for Parkour: Whats your point on this?
    1:10:20 Do you think indoor spaces or obstacles build for Parkour limit you creativity?
    1:13:40 Stupid questions.
    1:16:25 Why do you wear jeans?

    Links:
    Support Sam: https://en.tipeee.com/express-yourself-parkour
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SamUltima
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/expressyourselfparkour/

    Host: Philipp Raasch
    Thank you for the Intro: Deniz Bozkurtan (composition of the audio), Julie Angel, Stephane Vigroux (for the intro audio).
    Thanks for lecturing this episode to Fabian Schubert.

    • 1 Std. 21 Min.
    Valentin Dubois

    Valentin Dubois

    Valentin was born in Paris but spend his youth until the age of 17 in Madagascar. He is Training Parkour now for 10 years. He participated in the french Ninjawarrior were he is know to be the „last man standing“ and in the highly discuseed FISE Parkour Worldcup Event in Hiroshima 2018 were he became 5th and injured himself during his final speed run. He describes himself: „Parkour Athlete, traveling the world to become stronger.

    Timestamps
    1:05 Introduction Dimi
    1:45 Introduction Valentin
    2:40 What brought you to Parkour?
    6:00 Stupid questions (Stage or Audience?; Water or RedBull?, Friends or Fans?, 5star-Hotel or Backpacker?, Pushups or PullUps?, Saut de brats or Saut de chat? mornings or evenings? chase tag or FIG? warm-up or Just do it? Can you do a backflip? speed or style? whats is your signature move? who is the best traceur? who is your most favorite Traceur? What shoes do you wear? How many bones did you break? What are you know for in the Parkourscene?)
    9:30 Talking about his Ninja warrior participation
    11:25 What is Parkour for you?
    13:25 How did Parkour changed your life?
    14:45 Why didn’t it happened with Skateboarding?
    15:45 What kind of values did you discover in Parkour?
    17:44 Do yo you think someone was happy when you failed at the competition?
    20:12 How did you injured during the FIG/FISE Event in Hiroshima 2018?
    22:15 Do you think there will be more injuries when people compete?
    23:20 Are you willing to pay the price?
    24:20 Wasn’t the competition unfair because of the rain?
    25:00 When do you think your career is over?
    27: 00 What did you learn at the Ido Portal Movement Camp in Thailand?
    28:30 (Paul): How will competitions at this scale benefit the Parkour culture at large? Can you see a scenario where it will have detrimental effects?
    32:20 Will this develop a new generation of competitive minded parkour athletes? (Sam)
    42:30 Do you sacrifice yourself?
    45:38 Can you make a living from Parkour?
    52:40 What if the Speed-Firefigther compete against Parkour-Guys?
    54:20 The competition courses do not inspire confidence that FIG have actually understood the diversity within parkour: what makes you believe they do? (Chris)
    56:50 FIG seemingly does offer the athletes to voice their opinions and actively change the competition for the „better“. Are there any examples where FIG has changed something according to feedback? (Ben)
    1:05:42 Does he or she feel pressure from the community not to compete (in this particular event or at all)?
    How does she or he respond to people that tell him not to compete? (Paul)
    1:06:30 Why do you train?
    1:14:00 Do you enjoy the way up to the top or do you want to stay and last? How long last this feeling?
    1:19:00 How do you train for competition?
    1:30:00 Do you feel any responsibility for the community?
    1:36:25 Do you have any live wisdom? (quotes etc.)
    1:40:00 What do you think about obstacles made for Parkour?
    1:43:15 Where do you see yourself or Parkour in x-years?


    Links/ Books:
    Mitch Todorovic: https://www.youtube.com/MichTodorovic
    „Supertraining“ by Yuri V. Verkhoshansky (Author) & Mel C. Siff (Author)
    Paolo Coelho - The Alchimist

    Valentin Links:
    YOUTUBE: http://youtube.com/myfunnyvalentin
    TWITTER : http://twitter.com/valentinparkour
    INSTAGRAM : http://instagram.com/valentinparkour
    FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006572088837

    • 1 Std. 50 Min.
    Bogdan “Boki” Cvetkovic

    Bogdan “Boki” Cvetkovic

    Boki is a Parkour practitioner since 2003 and a Parkour pioneer in Serbia. He is a head coach in “Parkour Serbia” in Belgrade and he is one of the founder of the Parkour Serbia community. Bogdan often cooperates with foreign communities and is involved in workshops and lectures in Serbia and abroad. He is a sponsored ETRE-FORT athlete. He graduated at the Faculty of sports and physical education in Belgrade, Serbia. Bogdan enjoys reading books, nature and travelling.

    • 1 Std. 24 Min.

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