Here we are in Scotland with the first signs of automn, and in my experience it is the trickiest part of the year for traceurs: freezing cold, humid, slippery , windy... and so on!
But the investment of your physical and mental shape should not go through the bin by staying inactive inside. So I would like to invite every one to post what they'd like to learn or build up during the darkest season:
is it rolls? is it push ups? is it scouting for new spots? is it going once in a while at someone's house to have a PK videos time and discussion? Is it learning about warming up and stretching correctly to last longer?
Last year, I was looking at different possibilties to meet somewhere at community halls, at the same time I was still training outside, checking the weather forecast like mad, but it happened. I believe some, if not everyone, would benefit from such work of maintenance.
So give your insights on this, and we may get ideas to prevent lazyness.
im gona be going out and still doing my parkour like normal over the winter months. im just gona be a little bit more care full and check all the surfaces around me. last thing i want is a broken neck. i will also be doing running when its realy bad. im not looking at the weather and thinking that its goning to stop me but i am looking at it and seeing a new chalenge comeing. I would like to bring everyones atenshion to this artical from another site that i think we can all benfit from reading http://another site/the_core_level/pages/archives/winter_training.htm i guess you guys may of already seen this before but i feel that its time for us all to look at it again and see what aid we can gain from it
im just planning on focusing on the fitness side for example plenty of jogs,sprints,push ups ,sit ups etc also a main aim is scouting for some new spots this winters going to be a harsh one so im going to have be careuf whilst doing parkour, i always check surfaces anyway but now ive got to be 100% sure anyway good luck with everyones winter training