A Brief Introduction
|Mar 11 '10, 10:09AM|
| As you all have noticed, PKNA hasn't had any new posts for quite a long time now. There are many reasons, none very good, for this slow-down. It's safe to say that most people involved with this website are still working towards the goals set for PKNA, so who knows, this site may come back in the future. Until then, safe training! |
BIG Southeast-Wide Jam! (FL / AL / GA / SC / TN)
|Oct 06 '09, 01:00AM|
| I am pleased to announce the second "Jam of the Century" as brought to you by community leaders from Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina. It is taking place OCT.31+NOV.1 |
We had a huge turnout last event (see our picture at this location) and are expecting even more this time. Everyone is welcome: kids, teenagers, adults, parents, newcomers, and experienced practitioners alike, so come out and have a good time!
This jam is being held in ATHENS, GA. We are meeting at the Arch in Downtown Athens at 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning the 31st of October. Google Maps: 100 College Ave, Athens GA (intersection of College Ave. and Broad St)
This event is being hosted by the Southeast USA community Overflux.com where you can find more information regarding the event.
Local Athenians are also graciously opening up their homes for those who have to travel, and we have over a dozen people already staying with us that Friday night. Visit our site or e-mail me at [email] and I will reply as soon as I can.
If you plan on coming to the jam, please contact us somehow so we know to look for you. Also please bring a large water bottle (1-2L preferably). Happy training!
New Article Posted
|Aug 05 '09, 01:26PM|
| A new article has been posted up dealing with soft tissue work and how it can benefit traceurs. Couple soft tissue work with your training to help prevent injury and minimize soreness. Read it here. |
Madison Parkour Website Address Change
1st Massive West Coast Jam a huge success... to be repeated!
|May 29 '09, 07:26PM|
| During Memorial Day weekend 2009 BAparkour and PKCali joined forces to bring as many West Coast communities together for a regional Jam in San Francisco...the 1st Massive West Coast Jam (MWCJ). It was a great success seeing an estimate of about 80 traceurs at any given time. In attendance were people from all across the West Coast ranging from as far South as San Diego, California to as far North as Washington state. |