• 084. Thomas Droge and Brenda Kahn: Story, history, and self-perception (9/23/2020) - If you want to know someone, have a conversation with them. But if you want to know who they really are, have a conversation with their partner. Thomas Droge and Brenda Kahn share their story and how they've changed over the years. They explore the idea of our internal narratives and self-perceptions, finding your own way, and the human experience of time. Brenda and Thomas discuss ways to change the world and the importance of investigating your history.
  • 083. Cara-Michele Nether: Aikido, wellness, and honesty (7/22/2020) - Unexpectedly inheriting an Aikido school may sound overwhelming, but Cara-Michele Nether took it in stride. She sits down to share her journey in Aikido and acupuncture, and what she's learned from both. Cara-Michele unpacks her views on overall health, and how she helps people improve their lives by focusing on their 'why.' She discusses her grandmother, the importance of self-awareness, and her thoughts on Aikido's usefulness.
  • 082. Thea Rae: Programming, Stunts, and Cross training (6/24/2020) - Any mind hell-bent on problem solving inevitably seeks challenge. Thea Rae discusses many things, including her movement background, coding, and stunt work. She unpacks the connections between her art, movement, aerial circus, and programming. Thea explains her varied interests: stunts, circus, cycling, climbing, and ice skating, and why cross training is so important to her practice.
  • 081. Andrew Suseno: Ancestors, Parcon Resilience, and Racism (6/10/2020) - Andrew Suseno's Parcon goes beyond the physical to create community and fight racism. Andrew discusses his family, ancestors, and their role in his identity. We explore what Parcon is, why he created Parcon Resilience, and his vision for the anti-racist work it does. Andrew unpacks various pieces of racism in modern America, how Parcon Resilience addresses it, and shares why the work he does inspires him.
  • 080. Nikkie Zanevsky: Coaching, inclusivity, and empathy (5/27/2020) - When she first learned about parkour back in '06, Nikkie Zanevsky never dreamed it would lead to her quitting her day job and starting her own movement company. Nikkie sits down to reflect on her approach to coaching, structuring classes, and creating an experience for her students. She shares her own methods of learning and growing, and how it impacts her coaching. Nikkie shares her insights on success, inclusivity and gender in parkour, and the importance of starting before you're ready.
  • 079. Bryan Riggins: Awareness, process, and books (5/13/2020) - Bryan Riggins discusses his motivation, goals, and process of training descents, and his experiences and relationship with fear. He shares how it relates to his love of coaching children, and the challenges he personally works on. Bryan unpacks his reasons for training parkour before delving into the many books that have influenced him and what is on his reading list.
  • 078. Tuline Kinaci: Tantra, authenticity, and eye contact (4/29/2020) - Tuline Kinaci openly discusses her experiences with tantra, explaining what it is, what it means to her, and how it relates to her goals with Lovecraft Collective. She shares her thoughts on the power of eye contact, radical honesty, and interpersonal communication. Tuline delves into her love of climbing, her relationship with movement, sexuality, and how the two are connected.
  • 077. Craig Constantine: End of season 3, 2019 recap, and looking ahead (1/1/2020) - Craig reflects on 2019, thanking the team, and the people who have helped along the way. He recaps what Movers Mindset accomplished in 2019; the podcast being just one area of focus. He shares some plans and hints for what's coming for 2020 and in season 4.
  • 076. US Parkour Association (part 4 of 4): Competition, certifications, and a request (12/25/2019) - In the final episode about the US Parkour Association, the board discusses USPK's stance and role within competition. They share their ideas around coaching certifications, whether the board will create one, and what it will mean for existing certifications. The board address the Federation of International Gymnastics, and share what each of us can do to help parkour.
  • 075. Craig Constantine: The value of trade (12/20/2019) - Craig discusses thinking of interactions as trades of value, whether or not money is used in the process. He explains how we trade directly and indirectly with others daily, and the effects of bringing third parties into trades. Craig talks about ways to trade directly with Movers Mindset; online, offline or by supporting the project financially.
  • 074. Tyson Cecka: Obstacles, artistry, and depression (12/18/2019) - Tyson Cecka unpacks his design process, how he began to build parkour obstacles, and where he finds inspiration. He discusses his current plans and goals, and explains why he doesn't consider himself a great artist or creator. Tyson shares his experiences with depression, how it's affected his life, and how he's working through it.
  • 073. US Parkour Association (part 3 of 4): Funding model, membership voices, and next steps (12/11/2019) - In this third episode in the series, the Board shares USPK’s funding model and where the money is coming from. They explain Committees and Special Interest Groups, the difference between the two, and their role in the organization. The board also discusses the importance of USPK, even for people who don’t feel parkour needs governing, and how to get involved and have your voice heard.
  • 072. Brandee Laird: Creating experiences, usefulness, and poetry (12/4/2019) - Brandee Laird discusses many things, including the recent Art of Retreat, being an introvert, and card manipulation. She shares her coaching philosophy, influences, and creating experiences, and reflects on the role of usefulness in her practice. Brandee explains how she handles dark moods, strives to expand her skill sets, and even recites some of her own poetry.
  • 071. US Parkour Association (part 2 of 4): National governing bodies, Board of Directors, and getting involved (11/27/2019) - In this second episode, each of the board members explain what a national governing body is, what it does, why it’s important, and their specific vision for how USPK will work. They discuss USPK’s Board of Directors, who currently sits on it, and how it will function as the organization grows. They also delve into who USPK is meant to serve, who should join the organization, and how to do that.
  • 070. Craig Constantine: Discovery, reflection, and efficacy (11/22/2019) - Craig discusses the benefit of describing your practice, and why three words is an effective way to do it. He shares Movers Mindset's three words for the whole project, and unpacks each of them. Craig explains how Movers Mindset's three words are connected, and what they mean to the project.
  • 069. Colin MacDonald: Parkour design, dream builds, and inspiration (11/20/2019) - Colin MacDonald discusses his experience designing parkour parks, and what he’s learned from the process. He shares thoughts on his creative process and inspirations before explaining more about Landscape Architecture and the program he is in. Colin unpacks some of his personal design and build dreams, along with the realities that affect them, and explores the connection between sculpture and parkour design.
  • 068. Craig Constantine: Beyond podcasting, community, and why (11/15/2019) - Craig goes beyond podcasting to unpack another piece of the Movers Mindset project; the Community. He discusses the elements that a community requires in order to be successful, and why we don’t always succeed when creating community online. Craig explains the Movers Mindset community’s purpose, and what you’ll find inside the community.
  • 067. US Parkour Association (part 1 of 4): Board members, introductions, and passion (11/13/2019) - The first in a four part series about the United States Parkour Association, the national governing body for parkour in America, this episode introduces each of the five members of the transition board. Each member discusses their background and why they are involved and passionate about USPK.
  • 066. Rafe Kelley: Hero’s journey, practice, and self transformation (11/6/2019) - Rafe Kelley dives deep into his thoughts about the hero's journey and it's relevance to parkour. He shares his own journey and research into parkour and movement, finding meaning in practicing, and why he trains in nature. Rafe discusses parkour's power as a transformative practice, the spirit behind it, and what makes it unique.
  • 065. Rebecca Brightly: Parenting, gender, and representation (10/30/2019) - Rebecca Brightly discusses the changing dynamics of going from Lindy Hop to motherhood and unpacks her parenting philosophy. She explains why she tolerates parkour and how the gender dynamics contrast with her experience in dance. Rebecca gives her thoughts on gender representation and why she wants women to see how capable they are.
  • 064. Naomi Honey and Melissa Way: Women’s experience, societal impact, and unsolicited advice (10/23/2019) - Naomi Honey and Melissa Way discuss the importance of women's experience in parkour, what that means, and how society impacts it. They delve into the unicorn syndrome, the polarization of genders, and how community leaders can help get more women involved. Naomi and Melissa tackle why women's only events are important, how to create a welcoming environment, and their experiences with unsolicited advice.
  • 063. Dan Edwardes: Motivation, efficacy, and storytelling (10/16/2019) - Dan Edwardes explains the value of playing games, and unpacks what motivates him. He discusses the struggle of choosing where to spend your time and energy, and the difficulty of distractions. Dan shares his insights on parkour’s relationship to self efficacy, and the power and importance of storytelling.
  • 062. Chris and Shirley Darlington-Rowat: Serendipity, family, and relationships (10/9/2019) - Chris Rowat and Shirley Darlington-Rowat discuss serendipity, coaching, and Chris's work with the fire brigade. They share their thoughts on raising kids, setting aside time for family, and training and moving together. Shirley and Chris share their current struggles, some stories about their past, and how parkour has affected their relationship.
  • 061. Dan Timms: Injury, strength, and Parkour UK (10/2/2019) - Dan Timms describes his journey with injury and recovery, and how it helped to shape his thoughts about sustainability. He discusses training methods, the forces involved in parkour, and his approach to coaching. Dan unpacks Parkour UK, what it is, what it does, and his involvement with it, before sharing his insight on designing parkour parks.
  • 060. Andy Fisher: Teaching, journey, and efficacy (9/25/2019) - Andy Fisher discusses being a teacher, why he loves it, and how his pursuit of his passions relates to the classroom. He shares his unique and unexpected movement journey before explaining how all of that relates to the passion projects he regularly pursues, such as the Thronin and Hero Forge projects. Andy discusses his thoughts on efficacy, his current struggles and how he manages and works towards overcoming them.
  • 059. Kasturi Torchia: Mental wellbeing, Esprit Concrete, and sharing (9/18/2019) - Kasturi Torchia describes her role with Parkour UK, and how she came to be involved in mental wellbeing and psychology studies. She discusses her family and how they impacted her journey, before unpacking the Esprit Concrete method she has developed. Kasturi shares some of her goals and what she is working on with Esprit Concrete, and discusses the yearly Les Dames du Movement event.
  • 058. Georgia Munroe: Goals, Ninja Warrior, and coaching (9/11/2019) - Georgia Munroe explains her interest in music and how that relates to her parkour practice, as well as how she became interested in parkour. She discusses the challenges and goals she is working on, before sharing her experiences with motion capture and Ninja Warrior. Georgia unpacks her thoughts on coaching, her personal journey of improving as a coach, and how coaching has affected her own parkour practice.
  • 057. Naomi Honey: Dance, coaching, and self talk (9/4/2019) - Naomi Honey shares her experiences learning the Brazilian dance of Forro, and how it relates to her other movement practices. She unpacks her work as a life coach; what that means, how it works, and why she loves it so much. Naomi wraps up by discussing her thoughts on her current interests, the idea of success, and self talk.
  • 056. Charlotte Miles: Motivation, emotional recovery, and purpose (8/28/2019) - Charlotte Miles shares her motivations for coaching, why it's important to her, and how it fits into her life. She delves into more difficult topics; energy and emotional recovery, personal struggles, and her experiences with mortality and grief. Charlotte discusses how parkour affects her life, her definition of success, and finishes with real life superpowers and finding purpose.
  • 055. Craig Constantine: Three words origin and purpose (8/23/2019) - Craig discusses the origin story and inspiration behind the '3 words' question that ends each Movers Mindset episode. He explains its purpose, and the unexpected power of the question as each guest brings their own history, story, and identity to their answer. Craig shares his own three words, before sharing his personal favorite answer from a guest.
  • 054. Gogoly Yao: Journey, Esprit Concrete, and challenges (8/21/2019) - Gogoly Yao explains his background and the journey that led him to where he is now. He discusses how he first encountered parkour, and his work on Esprit Concrete with Kasturi Torchia. Yao shares his current challenges and what he is working on, and discusses his training with Esprit Concrete team member Georgia Munroe.
  • 053. Andy Pearson: Failure, inspiration, and injuries (8/14/2019) - Andy Pearson unpacks why he considers himself a failed coach, and dives into what he believes his job as a coach to be. He shares his insights on where to look for coaching and training inspiration outside of parkour, before going through the litany of injuries he's had, and explaining how they have shaped his training. Andy discusses his current training and how he expects it to grow and evolve, before wrapping up with his thoughts on FIG and the Olympics.
  • 052. Steve Zavitz: Freelancing, artistic process, and parkour culture (8/7/2019) - Steve Zavitz shares his passion for parkour photography and film: from his transition to freelancing, his process, and what he likes to create. He discusses the changing style and culture around parkour videos, and the impact social media has had. Steve reflects on the evolving culture, audience, and growth of parkour, and what that means for communities today.
  • 051. Sean Hannah: Designing curriculum, teaching seniors, and the mid-range (7/31/2019) - Sean Hannah takes us deep into curriculum development; how he researches, the importance of games and fun, and developing with specific audiences in mind. He discusses his role in designing the curriculum for the PK Move Study with Marymount University, and the specific challenges it presented. Sean shares advice on coaching and designing for adults and seniors, before unpacking his current personal curriculum and goals.
  • 050. Movers Mindset Team: Roles, remote work, and passion (7/24/2019) - In our special 50th episode, the Movers Mindset team gets together to discuss what we do, and how far we've come. Each team member explains what they do in the team, and how all of our roles fit together. We talk about working remotely, the freedoms and challenges that come with it, and some of the strategies we use to help with that. The team discusses favorite episodes, things we've learned, and what each of us has found to be very special about the project.
  • 049. Ryan Ford: Coaching methods, talent hotbeds, and cryptocurrency (7/17/2019) - Ryan Ford shares his thoughts on his Parkour EDU program, various coaching methods, and his experience of building a community. He discusses the idea of a talent hotbed, how and why it occurs, and how to apply those ideas, before delving into the world of crypto-currency. Ryan explains what crypto currency is, why he's so interested in it, its potential for growth, and the similarities he sees between crypto and parkour.
  • 048. Amos Rendao: Journaling, nutrition, and self talk (7/10/2019) - Amos Rendao reflects on what music means to him, flowing vs planning, and the benefits and importance of journalling. The conversation turns to the idea of success and what that means, before moving to Aikido, and information activism. Amos shares his insights on diet and nutrition, his journey with injuries and recovery, and how he manages self talk.
  • 047. Lynn Jung: Training, recovery, and goals (7/3/2019) - Lynn Jung discusses Brighton, what it means to her, and how moving there affected her life. She unpacks how she approaches training, her movement background, and her journey of injury and recovery over the past few years. Lynn shares how she came to freerunning, her current projects, and her involvement with Storm Freerun and xDubai.
  • 046. Jean Lam: Corrective exercise, programming, and rehab (6/26/2019) - Jean Lam reflects on how she became interested in fitness and eventually joined the industry, her love of movement, and what sports and activities she is involved in now. Jean discusses corrective exercise, and shares her insights on programming, motivation, and scope of practice. She goes into injury and rehab, before explaining how she keeps up with coaching best practices.
  • 045. Frank Mejia: World Chase Tag, coaching, and competition (6/19/2019) - Frank Mejia discusses PK Move and Urban Evolution, and the path to how and why he became a coach. He reflects on his experience with World Chase Tag, explaining the game and its intricacies. Frank shares his thoughts on travel and the role it's played in his journey, before wrapping up with his thoughts on competition.
  • 044. Rosy Noguchi: Coaching, gender, and travel (6/12/2019) - Rosy Noguchi discusses her involvement in PK Move, coaching, and why she is passionate about what they are doing. She shares her thoughts on the DC Women’s community, and why it’s been successfully running for 6+ years. Rosy reflects on the benefits of traveling for parkour, and closes out with her experiences with gender and intergenerational training in parkour.
  • 043. Craig Constantine: Philosophy, value, and mastery (6/7/2019) - Craig unpacks the philosophical motivations behind the podcast, discussing movement as an intellectual path, going beyond the physical. He delves into the importance of learning from experts, pushing human potential, and pursuing mastery. Craig explains his goal of fostering discussion and sharing ideas, and invites listeners to join in that goal.
  • 042. Victor Crittenden: Community, viewpoints, and statistics (6/5/2019) - Victor Crittenden delves into the DC Metro Parkour community, explaining what it is, who is involved, and why it is unique. He discusses the various definitions, ethos, and approaches to parkour, and how each shows an important piece of the parkour puzzle. Vic shares his thoughts around the governance of parkour, and finishes with the importance of collecting and analyzing data and statistics about parkour to help promote its future and growth.
  • 041. Weena Pauly-Tarr: Therapy, motherhood, and impulse (5/29/2019) - Weena Pauly-Tarr shares her history of dance, her brief encounter with parkour, and how those experiences have led to where she is now. She unpacks her work with somatic therapy, and the profound changes motherhood has brought to her life and practice. Weena reflects on her current interests in embodiment and impulse, and discusses her search for what is next.
  • 040. Michael ‘Frosti Fresh’ Zernow: Competition, collaboration, and passion (5/22/2019) - Michael ‘Frosti Fresh’ Zernow discusses his career, passion for community building, and his experiences with the Red Bull Art of Motion competition. He shares his views on competition in general, his unique perspective on how parkour has grown, and the potential it has as it continues to grow. Frosti explains his involvement in the United States Parkour association, his love of collaboration, and how he’s found and followed his passions throughout his journey.
  • 039. Teresa Vazquez-Dodero: Motherhood, stereotypes, and risk (5/15/2019) - Teresa Vazquez-Dodero describes the changes and sacrifices of motherhood, both in body and mind. She explains her initial experiences with parkour, how the community drew her in, and her views on defying stereotypes in parkour. Teresa discusses her unique perspective of risk, her studies in multiculturalism, and finishes by sharing the benefits of parkour for all ages.
  • 038. Marcus Lincoln: Texas Winter Jam, challenge, and travel (5/8/2019) - Marcus Lincoln shares his experiences both as a participant and an organizer of the Texas Winter Jam, and the importance the event holds for the national and local communities. He explains his ideas on challenge mindset, and his approach to both training and coaching. Marcus discusses his plans for traveling, the impact travel has had on him, and the adventure of learning new languages.
  • 037. Lauren Messeck: Projects, voice over, and play (5/1/2019) - Lauren Messeck describes her work with the Parkour Visions project, Movement for All, and her personal project, Yoga Move. She discusses her interest in climbing, bare feet versus minimalist shoes, and her background in the performing arts. Lauren reflects on her voice over work, and expresses her passion for helping people to rediscover play.
  • 036. Adam McClellan: Business, coaching, and outreach (4/24/2019) - 35 episodes and 2 years later, Adam McClellan returns to Movers Mindset. Adam deserves a large measure of credit because he was willing to be the original guinea pig for this crazy experiment. Our first interview was a simple Q&A style but in this episode we have an in depth conversation about the cycles a community goes through, the nature of parkour, and the type of people who are drawn to it. Adam explores the intersection of parkour and business, and how the two coexist, before discussing the nuances of coaching children. He opens up about his knee injury and recovery, his thoughts on normalizing parkour to the public, and different ways to design a parkour gym.
  • 035. Nancy Lorentz: Cancer, PK Move, and parkour spirit (4/17/2019) - Nancy Lorentz opens up about her experience fighting cancer, and the role that parkour played in her recovery. She unpacks how her recovery inspired the idea of PK Move, and shares her ‘parkour origin story.’ Nancy discusses her thoughts on parkour’s growth and spirit, PK Move’s current goals, and finishes with her insights on how to attract older individuals to parkour.
  • 034. PK Move: Community partnership, programs, and seniors (4/10/2019) - PK Move founders Nancy Lorentz, Jean Lam, and Rosy Noguchi sit down to discuss everything PK Move; how they started, the challenges they face as a non-profit, and the unique relationship they have with their community. The team explains PK Move's mission, the specific groups they serve, and the programs they run, including their PK Silver seniors program. They unpack the details of the recent study conducted on the PK Silver program before delving into the pop-up playground program, and their current goals and opportunities.
  • 033. Roberto Regueiro Santiago: Rowing, mastery, and games (4/3/2019) - Roberto Regueiro Santiago discusses his years rowing crew, both as an athlete and a coach, and his thoughts on the competitive nature of the sport. Roberto shares how an injury changed his perspective and opened up his possibilities, leading him to Fighting Monkey and parkour. He explains his ideas of mastery, as well as his approach to games and training.
  • 032. Blake Evitt: Travel, community and personal growth (3/30/2019) - Blake Evitt discusses the importance of partnering with your community, creating multigenerational spaces for training, as well as how he does that in his hometown of Boston. He unpacks the influence that traveling had on his training, coaching, and business, as well as his own personal growth. Blake shares his thoughts on a number of subjects, including becoming vegetarian, the ADAPT coaching qualifications, and the United States Parkour Association.
  • 031. Cordelia Storm: Flips, competition, and representation (3/27/2019) - In this episode Cordelia Storm unpacks her thoughts about accessibility, the effects of a gym on a community, and her motivation for learning flips. She delves into her personal journey, as well as her relationship with competition. Cordelia mentions her documentary project, and finishes by tackling the concepts of gender, age, and representation in the parkour space.
  • 030. Mark Toorock: Commercialization, representation, and play (3/21/2019) - Mark Toorock shares his thoughts on the commercialization of parkour, FIG and competitions, as well as the direction parkour is headed. He also opens up about his personal goals for parkour, raising the socially acceptable age of play, and how he sees himself within the community. Mark wraps up by discussing the power of parkour to benefit all people.
  • 029. Emily Tung: Breaking, puppetry, and unsolicited advice (3/14/2019) - Emily Tung shares her journey and goals in both breaking and parkour, as well as the differences between those two practices and communities. She also discusses her diverse movement practices, from stunt work, contortion, to pole dancing, as well as her lesser known skills in puppetry. Emily finishes by unpacking her thoughts on coaching, unsolicited advice, and speaking up for yourself.
  • 028. Chris Moran: Movement, permaculture, and pain theory (2/20/2019) - Chris Moran discusses his unique path from personal trainer to farmer, and the relationship between movement and farming. He shares his insights on chronic pain and pain theory, as well as how his training and coaching has become deeply rooted in permaculture. Chris ends by describing his continuing passion for film making and creative projects.
  • 027. Mandy Lam: Community, travel, and self reflection (2/6/2019) - Mandy Lam dives right into discussion about her travels, the characters she's met and communities she has visited. She and Craig discuss the ethos and spirit of Évry Move, where they sat down to talk, as well as their experiences with the Yamakasi. Mandy also shares her thoughts on what makes a good community, the importance of solo training and self reflection, and finally gets around to discussing her major concussion.
  • 026. Marcello Palozzo: Strength and conditioning, teaching, and learning (1/23/2019) - Marcello Palozzo discusses his studies in the area of strength and conditioning, his relationship with Ido Portal, and how to capture information to optimize your learning. He shares his insights on teaching and learning, discussing the responsibilities of a teacher. Marcello explains how he found his current path, as well as his goals and plans for the future.
  • 025. Craig Constantine: Podcast origin, Movers Mindset past, present, and future (1/9/2019) - In a reversal of roles, this episode features Craig as the guest, interviewed by Movers Mindset's production manager, Kristen. They discuss all things related to the podcast, from its origin, how we got to where we are, and the unseen difficulty involved in "just making a podcast." Craig opens up about why he chose to make a podcast, what it means to him, and where he hopes to take it.
  • 024. Martin Kallesøe: Coaching, coffee, and Street Movement (12/29/2018) - In this episode of Movers Mindset, Craig talks with Martin Kallesøe of Street Movement. They discuss Martin’s unique introduction to parkour, his thoughts on coaching, and Danish Parkour’s coffee culture. He also touches on his first experiences with the Yamakasi, as well as the history and culture of Street Movement and the International Gathering at Gerlev.
  • 023. Stany Boulifard Mallet: Art du Déplacement, the Yamakasi, and motivation (12/7/2018) - Stany Boulifard Mallet sits down with Craig to discuss his Art du Déplacement (ADD) journey, his practice, and his relationship with the founders. He shares how he met the Yamakasi, and the impact that they have had on his training over the years. Stany also unpacks his thoughts on the motivation behind ADD and his own reasons for training.
  • 022. John ‘Hedge’ Hall: Scottish viewpoint, cultures, and society (11/22/2018) - Craig travels to Edinburgh, Scotland to interview John "Hedge" Hall about the culture of parkour, his ideas on how Scotland views parkour, and his own personal movement journey. Hedge unpacks how different cultures and societies adapt parkour to fit them and the impact of cultural norms on their practice. Touching a bit on coaching, Hedge discusses the impact of educational environments on his students.
  • 021. Ville Leppanen: Life-long learning, coaching, and intervals (11/6/2018) - Craig sits down to interview Ville Leppanen, a lifelong learner and member of the Finnish Parkour community. Ville discusses how he uses different tools in his coaching, how to work smarter instead of harder, and how he uses interval training to help him in parkour. Finally, Ville touches on how his coaching has evolved over the years and how his teaching has helped him learn things about himself.
  • 020. Sebastien Foucan (Part 3 of 3): Movement journey, path to truth, and coaching styles (10/22/2018) - In the final part of our 3-part interview with Sebastien Foucan, Craig and Seb continue to discuss his movement journey. Sebastien brings to light what he sees as his “Path To Truth.” They discuss his relationship with learning, different coaching styles, and wrap up with Sebastien’s three words.
  • 019. Sandro Widmer: ParkourONE, studying coaches, and open minds (10/2/2018) - Sandro Widmer discusses ParkourONE's TRUST concept, his current research and movement journey. Along the way he describes his time in America, and the struggles of studying parkour coaches. Sandro also reminds us to walk through this world with an open mind, as we can never fully understand each other's experiences.
  • 018. Sebastien Foucan (Part 2 of 3): Training, coaching, and preparation (9/17/2018) - Sebastien Foucan and Craig continue their conversation in the second part of Sebastien's three part interview. In this episode, Sebastien discusses how he trains, how he coaches, and how he prepares for his roles in various movies and films. Craig and Sebastien also discuss the influence genetics and natural skill has on the success of a person in their sport.
  • 017. Travis Tetting: Building things, faith, and family (9/1/2018) - Travis Tetting joins Craig for a heartfelt discussion of his coaching journey, community, and building things from the ground up. Along the way he describes his love for his community and the rewards of coaching. Travis explains how his bond to his family and Christian faith have given him the strength to get to where he is today.
  • 016. Sebastien Foucan (Part 1 of 3): Explorer, evolution, and adaptation (8/6/2018) - Sebastien Foucan joins Craig for the first of a three part interview. Sebastien is best described - in his own words - as an explorer. Craig and Sebastien talk about what he means by explorer and how his journey of exploration has evolved over the years.
  • 015. Dylan Johanson: Gym iterations, community, and self-advice (7/10/2018) - Dylan Johanson is the owner and founder of Innate Movement Parkour in Kingston, New York. A practitioner for many years, Dylan talks about his origin story and the challenges surrounding building and then re-building his gym. Then he shares some thoughts on what advice he would give his younger self.
  • 014. Jesse Danger: Systems thinking, game design, and novelty (5/27/2018) - Jesse Danger takes time out from teaching parkour to share thoughtful insights on topics such as systems thinking through game design, the role of novelty, and how to work with a group toward a single focus while still honoring the individual. Along the way we also discuss life lessons learned through playing chess.
  • 013. Andy Taylor: Gym building, inspiration, and build standards (4/15/2018) - Andy Taylor discusses the intricacies of designing and building a great parkour gym. Along the way, we talk about what makes a gym inspiring, the evolution of build standards that are safe without limiting parkour vision, and how parkour has been instrumental in the development of a young autistic girl.
  • 012. Elet Hall: Not training, risk, danger, and Lyme disease (3/1/2018) - Elet Hall takes time out from a motorcycle engine rebuild to discuss his approach to training (and not training), challenge, risk, danger, consequences, and why he walked away from American Ninja Warrior. Along the way, we talk about Lyme disease, and his work with the Bay Area Lyme Foundation, before he shares his _four_ words to describe his practice.
  • 011. Ševo Saša: Yugoslavia, injury, and growth (2/5/2018) - Ševo Saša is best-known as an amazing and creative mover, and the founder of the Skochypstiks clothing line. In this interview he shares the story of his Parkour beginnings after the collapse of Yugoslavia, and his motivation for overcoming a devastating injury in his youth. Sasa's love of people and profound discipline have enabled him to thrive amidst the cycles of life, and have lead him to tremendous personal growth.
  • 010. Matthew Poprocki: Artistry, challenges, and personal expression (10/29/2017) - Matthew Poprocki does what he loves. Formally a visual artist, he is now a movement artist who likes to play and overcome obstacles. He discusses the challenges he's faced and how he rediscovered his artistic expression through Parkour.
  • 009. Chris Keighley: Challenge, personal growth, and 1,000 muscle-ups (9/22/2017) - Chris Keighley helps me muscle up the strength to understand challenge. We discuss its rewards, hazards, and how it can be a powerful tool for personal growth from day one. He shares stories from behind the scenes of the 1,000 Muscle-Up Challenge, and talks about finding challenge in more mundane activities, like building a tire tower at the Gerlev International Gathering.
  • 008. Andrew Foster: Global journey, losing everything, and finding purpose (9/12/2017) - Andrew Foster shares his fascinating journey from his home-schooled beginnings in Ohio, Arabic studies, and living in Jordan, (including meeting and training with Danny Ilabac in Cairo) to facing the dark challenge of losing everything- including his purpose in life. Starting renewed from his lowest point, on a mountaintop in Colorado, he describes finding new purpose and direction, bringing him full circle to his home town in Ohio.
  • 007. Finn Berggren: Gerlev Idrætshøjskole, sportification, and the Olympics (8/27/2017) - Finn Berggren shares his thoughts on Parkour, explaining why he brought Parkour to Gerlev Idrætshøjskole in Denmark to replace the traditional gymnastics curriculum. We also discuss the "sportification" of Parkour and the Olympics, and he shares his story of the pivotal moment which solidified his decision to bring Parkour to Gerlev.
  • 006. Paul Graves: Capoeira, conversation in movement, and nature (7/16/2017) - Paul brings his extensive experience to bear to provide insight into Capoeira. We go on to talk about how movement itself can be a conversation, before we dig deep into the human need to experience nature as part of our lives, as well as part of our parkour practice.
  • 005. Max Henry: Parkour Roadmap, infrastructure, and growth (6/8/2017) - Max Henry shares his introduction and journey into parkour, and how he's gotten to where he is. He unpacks his book, the Parkour Roadmap, explaining what it is, and why he wrote it, before delving into his work on the Water Project with Know Obstacles. Max discusses his thoughts on the infrastructure of parkour, the changes parkour could undergo as it evolves, and the responsibility he feels to preserve the heart of parkour as it grows.
  • 004. Caitlin Pontrella: Movement Creative, play, and community (5/3/2017) - Caitlin Pontrella discusses the Movement Creative, explaining its goals and vision beyond simply teaching parkour. She unpacks her thoughts on the concept of play, how it relates to parkour, and the benefits of both play and risk. Caitlin wraps up by sharing her insights into starting new projects and how to involve your community.
  • 003. Thomas Droge: Body work, writing, and parkour culture (4/4/2017) - Thomas Droge discusses balance and falling, as well as the physical and mental implications of each. He unpacks his thoughts on recovery, body work, injury and eastern and western medicine. Thomas also shares about the book he’s writing, his goals, and finishes with his thoughts on the culture of parkour.
  • 002. Jonny Hart: Art, coaching, and breaking jumps (3/14/2017) - Jonny Hart shares the role of parkour in his life, and how that fits in with his career as an artist. He explains the parkour and anatomy art classes that he helped develop, and discusses the joy he finds in coaching and teaching. Jonny finishes by unpacking his thoughts on breaking jumps, and shares the story of the first jump he ever broke.
  • 001. Adam McClellan: Community, goal setting, and coaching (2/20/2017) - Adam McClellan discusses his work with Parkour Generations Americas, the parkour community in America, and his local community. He goes into his transition from martial arts to parkour, before delving into goal setting and how he motivates himself. Adam finishes by sharing people he draws inspiration from and why coaching parkour is so important to him.