📷 Credit: @dylanpawson
Who thinks we should bring back this old school move!? 🤔 Wall running just makes me feel like Spider-Man! 🕷🕸 Cheers 📷 @kye.bne
1 772 hours ago
Tak jsem zase navštívil Libereckou halu GymLib. Pro mě to byl asi nejlepší tréning v mim životě. Snažil jsem se tam natočit co nejvíc skoků tak doufám, že se vám budou líbit. Doufáme, že už co nejdřív zmizí všechen sníh, a budeme moc natáčet venkovní tréninky.To bude už asi všechno tak jestli chcete tak tu můžete zanechat like či odběr děkujeme. #PKFR
📷 Source: @gray.c.flips
I blend in🤷🏼♀️:)
If you use this audio give me creds! I wrote this song and recorded it so it’s kind of different but I hope you guys like it💞
Not my fav vid but it’s a good first try for using my audio🙃
1 10915 hours ago
I filmed this quickly yesterday, sorry it’s another trampoline video but working on skills ❤️
“Social media, it’s just the market’s answer to a generation that demanded to perform. So the market said ‘here, perform everything, to each other, all the time, for no reason.’ It’s prison. It’s horrific. It is performer and audience melded together. What do we want more than to lie in our bed at the end of the day and just watch our life as a satisfied audience member.” - Bo Burnham.
I am so guilty of this, and I do not think for an instant that I am above any of it. I’ve spent so much of my time viewing my training through the narrow perspective of “what can I do to impress myself? Because, if I can’t look at what I do with amazement, then how can anyone else?” This thought process has always led me to a very egotistical pursuit for improvement. Every time I pull my phone out to film, it is in the hopes that I capture something that grabs someone else’s attention. It is conceited. It is egotistical. But why do I need to do that? The answer is, I don’t. This self-aggrandizing path toward my skill level isn’t what I want, it’s what I think others expect. It’s not healthy. It’s not fun. It makes me stick to things I’m “good” at, and avoid the things I need to improve. I don’t say this as a way to say goodbye to what I’m doing, nor as a farewell to my sharing. Because, even if what I do, is something I don’t find impressive, maybe, at the least, it will inspire someone else to just improve themselves for a more noble cause than attention or fame. For them to sit down at the end of the day and say, “I’m proud of my life, and the things that I have done.”
Do what you love, because you love it. Not because you want others to love you.
Oh yeah, and here’s a dive roll filmed by @dawson_dekoster