Craig: So Sandro, can we talk a little bit about ParkourONE’s TRuST concept? What is that? Can you unpack it a little bit for us?
Sandro: Yeah. TRuST, or parkour according to TRuST, is [00:01:00] meant to increase immaterial wealth. I think you say it like that. It’s like the purpose of it is to increase health and-
Craig: Richness of your experience.
Sandro: Yeah. And personality. Develop personality and to parkour according to our values. So our values [00:01:30] are basically a very important thing-
Craig: And they’re also very well thought out, it’s not like a simple punch list, so they, can you run me through them?
Sandro: Exactly. Yeah, we can practically do quickly all of them.
Sandro: Because it’s the concept with the hand, I don’t know if you remember it?
Craig: Yeah, ParkourONE’s logo-
Sandro: A fist, open hand.
Craig: Yeah, they’re superimposed so it’s the fist and the open hand [00:02:00] in the same image.
Sandro: And you can like explain all of the values on one hand. So it’s the thumb is going to be “no competition.” So-
Craig: And the visual there is-
Sandro: -is zoned for-
Craig: Not thumb up north.
Sandro: Exactly, exactly. So we don’t want to judge actually about other people. We don’t want to judge like, “Oh you’re so good, or you’re so bad.” We don’t want to make a difference there, we just want to … we just don’t want to [00:02:30] judge about that. Second one, maybe is that-
Craig: Pointer finger or index finger, we would say.
Sandro: Exactly. It’s … maybe you saw it, everybody saw it when the mother was-
Craig: Yes, my French tutor does that, she shakes her finger at me. So the gesture he’s making is a finger shaking index finger.
Sandro: Exactly. So that means “be cautious.” You only have one body, and if you mess that up, [00:03:00] you don’t have any body left, so-
Sandro: So just be cautious about what you’re doing. The middle finger, we’re turning it around, it shows for us respect. Respect for the people around us when we’re training, respect for the spot we’re training at. Because when we want to train for a long time, maybe. And especially respect for nature around us because we don’t want [00:03:30] to mess that up. So we basically just want to show respect as well to show good picture of parkour as well.
Craig: Okay, so the presentation of the thing as well as being respectful.
Sandro: Exactly, exactly.
Sandro: And the fourth one is going to be the Trust. So basically Trusting yourself … I don’t know, is [00:04:00] there another word for …?
Craig: In English? I think trust is, well trust or self-reliance, maybe-
Craig: Self-confidence. Because I was going to ask you to, when you’re done, go through the names of them in German, so we-
Sandro: Yeah, yeah. Perfectly. So trust in other people and self-confidence in yourself because it needs a lot of self-confidence to go out and train like we do because we are being out there with [00:04:30] all the other people. Some people are used to stare at people doing different things. So it needs a lot of self-confidence to overcome the barrier.
Craig: Yeah, otherwise you add that on top of the actual physical danger that could be there.
Sandro: Exactly, exactly.
Craig: So that’s four is the ring finger. And then we would call it the pinkie or the fifth finger.
Sandro: Exactly. That one is modesty, I think for me it’s one of the most important ones. There’s always more [00:05:00] obstacles in your way that you cannot overcome than obstacles that you overcame. So just be humble. Be modest about what you’re doing. And do not shout out-
Craig: And I love image of when you get to the end of your hand, and you’re holding up this tiny little finger, and that’s for the modesty. So can you do them in English one more time, is ….
Sandro: It’s no competition, be cautious, respect, [00:05:30] sorry … we’re going to go through them again.
Craig: Go ahead.
Sandro: No competition, be careful, respect, trust, and modesty.
Craig: And modesty.
Craig: So just so everyone understands the translations correctly, can you give them to me in German? The way you would normally use them so people can look up what the actual definitions are. So we make sure we have it right.
Sandro: So that would be Konkurrenzfreiheit, Vorsicht, Respekt, Vertrauen, Bescheidenheit [00:06:00] And the actual sixth one, or the catching, it’s actually less making a fist then catching something.
Craig: Okay, like catching, so it’s like a catching motion.
Sandro: Like grab a wall, grab something that’s like the picture that we want to do, and not the making a fist and punching somebody. That’s courage. You need a lot of courage [00:06:30] to do all those things.
Craig: To do all the things.
Sandro: Parkour to get over yourself, or to break a jump sometimes.
Craig: And what’s the German word for the sixth one?
Craig: Mut? I don’t speak a word of German, I’m sorry.
Sandro: Don’t worry about that.