Several years ago I suffered an injury that made me slow down and question the future of my physical capabilities as a human being. One morning I experienced a spontaneous manifestation of an inguinal hernia. The examining doctor determined that the condition was in all probability conginital. The condition could have occurred at any point […]Read more "Parkour Body, Mind, And Soul"
I did some editing on my proposal. Basically I went through looking for spelling errors and expanded on some of my claims about civilized human beings in the background. I hope to have the entire thing done by next week. Meanwhile I am going to leave you with some reading material and a video….ENJOY! http://www.academia.edu/5545172/Persistence_Hunting_by_Modern_Hunter_GatherersRead more "Long distance running sets humans apart from animals"
Clark Evans Eng 130 Parkour Introduction It was 2008 or so,I think when I first began my Parkour journey. I was recovering from a hernia operation. The hernia was spontaneous and unexplainable. My doctor said in all probability the hernia was congenital. Meaning that the damn thing could have popped out any time prior to […]Read more "Roughest draft"
The interesting thing about this line of inquiry is it has made me re-examine how I came to be interested in the subject in the first place. I was recovering from a hernia patch and unable to partake of any physical exertions. My sister emailed me and asked if I had seen the Russian Ninja […]Read more "syncopeal susserations sinisterly situated tangenitaly"
I worked on my introduction some more today as well as played with ideas of what I should add to my proposal. I made the intro a little more personal. included some background about how I found out about Parkour. If I am lucky I can find the video that set me on my own […]Read more "I run in boots…"
The story thus far. I have begun sorting through the piles of information i have accrued on my topic. The main work I have done is determining what sort of form my introduction is going to take. I don’t want to digress to much in the intro and end up addressing stuff that will be […]Read more "Centrepital appelations proportionately but unsereptisiously rendered."