Travis Swain
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CT Open Gym
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Killian Morgan Jan 15, 2011.

Massachusetts Group Networking
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Edgar Dec 20, 2009.

Boston area guys, anyone interested in doing a music video?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by RoBear Jan 29, 2010.

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Travis Swain joined Mike M's group
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CT Traceurs

A group of a few kids from CT that like doing parkour together
Jun 1, 2013
Travis Swain joined Dylan Polin's group
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FreeRunners Of NEPK

A group dedicated to free running.
Jun 1, 2013
Travis Swain commented on Questor's group Brookline Winter Training
"I just moved to Brookline! Who wants to train?"
Jun 1, 2013
Travis Swain joined Questor's group
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Brookline Winter Training

Training group to progress throughout the winter. Anyone is welcome, but meetings will likely be local.
Jun 1, 2013
Travis Swain replied to Positive Zero's discussion New England Tour Jam
"Let's do this. UMPK for western ma, yeah?"
Jul 7, 2012
Tom "TJ" Skomro commented on Travis Swain's event Parkour Day Showcase Sponsored by WFPF College and Vitamin Water
"Travis; My phone (508) 548-9633.If you could call in the evening it would be greatly appreciated. STAY HEALTHY,STAY SANE"
Apr 26, 2012
Tom "TJ" Skomro commented on Travis Swain's event Parkour Day Showcase Sponsored by WFPF College and Vitamin Water
"I may be able to come to your event to observe.Where will you be starting on campus?"
Apr 26, 2012
Tom "TJ" Skomro might attend Travis Swain's event
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Parkour Day Showcase Sponsored by WFPF College and Vitamin Water at UMass Amherst

April 28, 2012 from 12pm to 8pm
UMass Parkour is hosting an event to showcase the talents of parkour/freerunning/obstacle-oriented movement groups all over New England and beyond. The other goal of this event is simply for all of us to learn with, share with and enjoy the company of our fellow moving brothers and sisters. Rules for participants:1. Performance Group size must be 3-5 practitioners.2. All Groups must register 1 week in advance of compeition.3. All participants must sign a waiver of release and fill out an…See More
Apr 25, 2012

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Travis Swain
About Me:
I LOVE parkour. Efficiency is my goal, I'm not out there to show off and impress people. I want everyone to engage in urban movement for their own reasons and just try to help others in whatever they might being trying to accomplish. Just learn something about your body and your mind.

mmmpk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKRWupQVx0A
Other Physical Disciplines:
A little breaking, a little martial arts, a little freerunning longboarding, building/ remodeling houses (great natural method workouts)

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Notes on UMass Conditioning Night #3

Thursday, 9/11/2008



About 15 people showed up tonight, we did some dynamic stretching to warm up, then moved onto an upper body circuit with half of the group and a muscle up lesson with the other half, then switched the groups. Next I taught some different vaulting techniques and we finished up with a sprint up a hill and a backwards jog down then a cool down stretch.



Conditioning Exercises

- Different variations of jumping jacks

- Cat… Continue

Posted on September 12, 2008 at 12:25pm — 2 Comments

Discussion #4

-This ties in to the last one but I think it deserves it's own spot. Does practicing parkour completely devoid of tricks allow you top better focus on efficiency? Is that the main goal of parkour? Is Widdim, or anyone else, taking parkour to a level beyond David Belle's intentions by training this way? Discuss.

-Robear

Posted on September 4, 2008 at 10:46am — 4 Comments

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At 4:58pm on March 14, 2010, Seth Petsching said…
yes.
yes it is haha
At 2:07pm on March 11, 2010, messman said…
I was and I will again; I just don't know if I will be able to manage it next semester, but we will see.
At 3:27pm on March 10, 2010, messman said…
UMass is a cool place: and the FAC has some awesome but dangerous obstacles near the duck pond of terror. Southwest I just avoid like the plague.

I used to go there and i might return next year, but that is dependent on my finances and other conditions. How is the UMass Parkour RSO?
At 11:40pm on September 4, 2008, RoBear said…
Hey just curious if your satisfied with any of the opinions you've received about your thoughts on David Belle & efficiency. I would imagine it's a little tricky to take everything people are saying in because people are hardly agreeing with you. Just remember why you threw your thoughts out there in the first place and why you want to hear what people have to say about them. Was it simply to hear everyone agree with you? or to convince people to think in a similar fashion? or to see where other people stand on the same topics? What ever your reason, (I don't care what it is, it's for you to know) are you getting anything you hoped for?

Overall despite whether you are satisfied with any of the feedback or not, I'm surprisingly glad you started this whole thing. I think you've got some people saying things that are totally worth listening too, and you made that happen.
 
 
 

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