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parkour-visions [2017/03/14 02:39]
Tyson Cecka [Parkour Visions : teach. build. share.]
parkour-visions [2017/05/24 21:04] (current)
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 We share quality, well-organized knowledge about parkour teaching and building through: We share quality, well-organized knowledge about parkour teaching and building through:
   * Making parkour instruction resources globally available in written and video form, targeted at training trainers/​coaches,​ rather than end-users (PKVpedia, with MIT Open Courseware as model)   * Making parkour instruction resources globally available in written and video form, targeted at training trainers/​coaches,​ rather than end-users (PKVpedia, with MIT Open Courseware as model)
-  * Sharing parkour obstacle construction plans and information globally in written and video form, targeted at potential gyms as well as end-users (STURDY website, YouTube channel, ​forum, ​downloadable plans)+  * Sharing parkour obstacle construction plans and information globally in written and video form, targeted at potential gyms as well as end-users ([[https://​www.facebook.com/​groups/​sturdymade/​|STURDYmade group]][[https://​www.youtube.com/​user/​STURDYmade|STURDYmade ​YouTube channel]][[build:​parkour-equipment|downloadable plans]])
   * Sharing parkour’s general outlook and mindset with Seattle-area organizations that could benefit: parks, schools, community organizations,​ landscape designers, play activists etc.   * Sharing parkour’s general outlook and mindset with Seattle-area organizations that could benefit: parks, schools, community organizations,​ landscape designers, play activists etc.
   * Disseminating information about starting parkour groups, jams, school clubs, and after-school programs, based on our experience in Seattle   * Disseminating information about starting parkour groups, jams, school clubs, and after-school programs, based on our experience in Seattle