Vacation Thoughts

Seth's copyrighted move, the side kong.

First I just want to congratulate everyone on a great fall semester. I believe that as a group we all progressed physically and mentally. I look forward to continuing this progress next semester.

That aside, I wanted to talk about vacation. I know that as it gets colder and starts to snow, most of us will not be going outside to run up walls and vault tables. This does not mean that we should get lazy however. It is very important that everybody stays in shape over vacation so that when we resume practice next semester we don’t have to play catch up and get back in shape. There are a number of things you can all do to ensure you don’t get fat and lazy over break. If you’re lucky enough to have a gymnastics gym close to you it is a great place to practice flips and you can do all sorts of crazy vaults on their equipment. Assuming most people won’t have access to a gymnastics gym you can still stay in shape. If weight gyms are your thing, you should check to see if your local gym has a college vacation special, where you can just get a membership for the month or so that you are home. If you don’t like gyms you can get a copy of P90X, which is a great fitness program. It is a little expensive but ask around and you may be able to find a friend you can borrow it from. You could also just lift some free weights in your basements or bundle up and go for a run. At the very least do some pushups, sit-ups, and plyometrics on your stairs 4 or 5 times a week. Taking this step will keep everyone in prime form for another great semester of parkour.

Good luck everyone and I hope you have a great Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate) vacation.

Seth

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