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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby Blakey18 » Fri Sep 18, 2009 5:13 pm

Hey all! My name is Hal and i live in Harrogate. My mate and i, are looking for people to do parkour/freerunning with! We both have little experience of parkour, so would like to expand on the skills we already have with like minded people. We would also like to meet new people and have a great time at the same time. If you want to contact me, hit me up at: hal.blakey@hotmail.com

Thanks.
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby dr.havoc » Fri Sep 18, 2009 7:53 pm

hey hal i just added u on msn

next york session is next saturday we are meeting at the fountain for 10-11am
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby Blakey18 » Sun Sep 20, 2009 4:41 pm

i dont use that email address for my msn, this is my msn addy: halrules@hotmail.co.uk

I cant make next saturday mate as i am away, so we will either have to meet up another week or sumat!

Sorry for the inconveinence.

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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby AntonyLamberton » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:06 am

Hey Im Antony, Just moved to Harrogate about 2 months ago and wondered who does Parkour/Freerunning around here and if ya wanted to meet up?
im 20 Been doing Pk/Fr for about 4 years and still wanting to mix a few things up.
Willing to teach/bounch techniques.

I live practicly 1 min away from town, but havent been around yet, so dont really know the area.

xenophobic_foreigner@hotmail.co.uk

thats my msn, adds as welcome as free Monster!
Hopefully talk soon.
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby .:fox:. » Mon Nov 02, 2009 10:18 pm

hi!
i am a total noob! :D i have never done Parkour due to the lack of people who do it in york but i have wanted to start for about 3 or four months now and i was wondering whether i can because i am only 13 years old. i know that most of you are like 25 or something so i just thought mabie i might not be allowed so i am just checking.

pm me.
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby itbeme » Wed Nov 11, 2009 3:38 pm

Hiya says for new people to post here, so well here i am. Ive been doing a bit of parkour every now and then but im still pretty much a beginner, i live in Easingwold so i can assess York and the other surrounding city's easy. :) Id love to meet up with someone and learn some new skills and a pice of mind. :)
Trying to get better and stronger with each day.
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby King Mac » Sun Nov 15, 2009 2:28 am

Hi everyone, I just arrived here from Ireland to study. I've been doing parkour for a couple of years now and was hoping to meet up and get training :D

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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby boheme » Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:07 pm

Hey guys, I'm new to parkour, and in part to the city York as well. I'm a Norwegian student at the uni here, and I'd love to get into parkour. I'm a capoerista (check youtube if you're unfamiliar with the art capoeira) and a runner. I run just normal races and adventure races, but I'd love to add parkour to my repertoire. So hit me back if anyone wants to show me the ropes ya?

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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby JasePK » Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:24 pm

Now then!
I've been in the scene since it really kicked off over here (joined this forum in 2005, trained since 04) but have been away for a few years for career reasons, but now i may be back in small doses so wouldnt mind seeing whats happening these days, new styles or ways of doing things, and just the general scene again!!

Jase, 21 from York (some of the time), South Wales (most of the time)
After 3 years in hiding, i'm back!!
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby Marco » Wed Jul 14, 2010 8:06 am

Hi guys!
i'm an italian young traceur (i've started practise in february) and i'm staying in York for a few weeks, i really would like to train with some of you :D i've all the afternoon free and the whole sunday free. if you like, i could also reach manchester or liverpool for training on Sunday :)

let me know :P

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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby dr.havoc » Thu Jul 15, 2010 5:13 pm

Marco

if you get the bus to hull from york

there are plenty of people as well as york

if you would like to come that goes for any of you and i hope to see some of you yorkie people out soon :)
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby Marco » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:12 am

Havoc

if you tell me an hour (like 10 am), a place where you are going to train on sunday and a place where meet, i'll try to reach you :D

thank you very much x)
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby dr.havoc » Sat Jul 17, 2010 12:01 am

if you can make it hull

monday 11am ?

takes 1 hour on the bus
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby Marco » Sat Jul 17, 2010 8:21 pm

hi havoc,
i'm sorry, i will be at school for that time :( never mind, thank you anyway :D
if someone wants to train in york, i'm free in the afternoon x)

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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby fuzzy » Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:52 pm

All, I'm totally new. When I was young I would jump off stuff twice my height, running all over the shop. I want it back, but I'm starting from zilch (all I've got going for me is I'm still lightweight, thankfully... and I believe).
So, on I'm on hol next wk, but after that I'm free to learn to overcome fears, and those boundaries so deftly put to one side in 'The Nature of Parkour'.
Thanks guys, my life is now amazing once more. Parkour came to York. I will try :)
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby joetraff » Sat Jul 24, 2010 4:49 am

Good to see around fuzzy.
I am a newbie too. :)
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby fuzzy » Fri Aug 06, 2010 3:31 pm

Hey Joe, good to know I'm not the only one :) Gonna be headed for Leeds tomorrow for http://www.jump-leeds.co.uk/the-event - don't miss it :)
Not that I'm in on the comp... Just fancy seeing people move and learning something :)
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby x0 EDGE 0x » Fri Aug 20, 2010 8:40 pm

jump leeds i thought parkour was a non competative disapline?
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby abbriv8 » Mon Sep 13, 2010 9:15 pm

hello
i am just geting into parkour.
i live in tockwith wich is inbetween york and wetherby.
i have no exeriance at all. can speed and monkey vualt. thats about it. where do people sugest to start? i contacted a class in huntington school but awaiting a reply.
however i got bad cardio but i been going runing lots so i am improveing. am not ready to go out on a run yet i dont think, but any ideas?
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Re: New People - Post Here

Postby Nicolas » Mon Sep 13, 2010 9:56 pm

not sure on where to start personally, but in regards to the huntington shcool session, i think it is just every saturday. you just have to turn up with (i think) a fiver and that should do
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