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PF Profile: Meet Jay Micou

Jay Micou was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis aged just 40. Eighteen years later he reflects on life before the disease, the process of being diagnosed and how he now copes. 825 more words


Under Development | The Motorcycle Project

Each day filmmakers, producers, directors, screenwriters, and actors struggle to make their ideas and projects come to life. As everything else in life, getting the money is usually the biggest problem so finding financial support is an important part of creating audiovisual content. 275 more words


2018 USAPA/IFP rule changes

In case you didn’t hear, the new USAPA/IFP rule book went into effect Jan. 31, 2018!

Click the image to view the rulebook on the IFP website. 512 more words


2018, A Year Of Achievements For Parkour

Launching competitions, implementing a vast educational component and undertaking field work on a worldwide scale: 2018 is certainly a year of action for Parkour, some 11 months on from its arrival within the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG).

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International Gymnastics Federation

A Promising Step Forward For Parkour Development

The Nigeria Football Supporters’ club has described as sad and painful, the news of the death of Deji Tinubu, the SA Sports to Lagos State governor, Akinwunmi Ambode.

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Fear is one of our greatest weaknesses, it prevents us from acting and forces us to be subservient and average.

But, I also think that understanding fear and recognizing how it limits us can be one of our greatest assets. 870 more words


Chalk Etiquette

Chalk use in the gym can be a contentious point for some, although it shouldn’t be. There are some gyms out there that frown upon the use of chalk, or even forbid it (if you find yourself in this situation we recommend that you find a new gym @RPE10). 446 more words