Parkour – that explosive visual spectacle of superhuman movement feats you now see in every Hollywood action movie and TV
Athletes call it ‘the zone’; Maslow named it ‘peak experience’; the martial arts of Japan dubbed it mushin or ‘no-mind’;
I made that jump to find out who I was. And in that process of self-discovery there is growth, there is improvement, there is transformation. I know now that the person who landed was different – subtly, but significantly – from the person who took off. I had gained something, understood something about myself on an experiential level.
Occasionally we get asked why the ADAPT Qualifications are so physically demanding, when in principle they are only coaching qualifications?
1. States Parties recognise the right of the child to rest and leisure, to engage in play and recreational activities
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Recently I had the distinct pleasure of chatting to Abel James for his number 1 health and fitness podcast show
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