Category Archives: Podcast / Interview

November 23

PaleoHacks Interview

Had a great time talking to the awesomely-named Clark Danger at PaleoHacks about parkour, fear, biomechanics, edge-work, deliberate practice and more. Check it out. “Parkour is a fitness buzzword with a huge coolness factor, but where can you get your start? Can everyone learn the fundamentals of parkour? Dan Edwardes, founder of Parkour Generations and […]

November 23

Parkour for Entrepreneurs: How to Approach Obstacles

I was very honoured to be featured in Entrepreneur Magazine and on the Entrepreneur Network YouTube Channel, talking about how we apply our philosophy of embracing adversity and obstacles in life as an opportunity to improve ourselves.

January 23

Life in Focus Interview

It was an absolute pleasure to be interviewed by the amazing Dr Alessandra Wall for the fantastic Life in Focus podcast out of the USA. We spoke about all manner of things, particularly about why seeking purpose is far more effective than seeking happiness, and Dr Wall’s insightful questions and comments are by far the […]

September 23

Turning Point | Parkour Generations Documentary

One of the best documentaries made on parkour, the Turning Point is a fantastic TV series produces in the USA which seeks to highlight pivotal moments in the development of an organisation that works to better the world in some way. This documentary follows the lives of three young people in London, detailing how parkour […]

September 23

Breaking the Line: A Parkour Documentary

Documentaries on parkour typically showcase the extreme elements of our discipline and focus solely on the movement spectacle that results. The guys behind Breaking the Line were a refreshing change in that they wanted to go deeper into the origin, principles and core values of the discipline of parkour, things I much prefer discussing and […]

September 23

Keynote for Dance UK | Pushing Physical Boundaries

Being asked to deliver the keynote talk for the fantastic Dance UK organisation in London was a real honour and a great pleasure, and gave me the opportunity to air some thoughts on the importance of pushing physical boundaries and how I view injury as simply feedback – something that is not necessarily negative or […]

September 23

Interview with Parkour Generations Korea

A little while I ago, during one of the trips to South Korea to run an ADAPT certification course and a couple of workshops, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the fantastic guys at Parkour Generations Korea on all things parkour. During the interview we covered: Beginning parkour training Handling injury A philosophy […]