So this is what they were filming in Shoreditch the other day


By rebha at 2013-09-11 16:33:21
Shoreditch, London Borough of Hackney, London N1, UK
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2013-09-12 03:20:09

Cool, I've let them know via Twitter about the first post

Maybe they'll apologise to the police for wasting their time then putting the public in danger

Guessing not


2013-09-12 05:20:09

Well, in my opinion, some of those flips were unnecessary.


2013-09-12 10:19:09

Concept would have worked better with free running in the first sense of getting from a to b rapidly and directly, albeit unusually. When he's just doing aerobics 'on the spot', as so countless free running vids seem to be now, it's not truly a commute is it?


2013-09-12 12:44:09

But at least he looked cool together with his low slung trousers.


2013-09-12 12:50:09

Concept would have worked better with free running in the first sense of getting from a to b rapidly and directly, albeit unusually. When he's just doing aerobics 'on the spot', as so countless free running vids seem to be now, it's not truly a commute is it?
getting from a to b speedily is not freerunning - it's Parkour. That's the whole viewpoint of not letting obstacles delay you, flowing over and about bits and pieces that are in between a and b without stopping, etc. No points there for ostentatious moves.

free running is all about being showy. Lots of animated flourish and 'tricking'.


2013-09-12 16:01:09

Well, in my opinion, some of those flips were unnecessary.
that's just your flipping attitude bro.


2013-09-12 16:34:09

Concept would have worked better with free running in the first sense of getting from a to b rapidly and directly, albeit unusually. When he's just doing aerobics 'on the spot', as so countless free running vids seem to be now, it's not truly a commute is it?
getting from a to b directly is not freerunning - it's Parkour. That's the whole philosophy of not letting obstacles hinder you, flowing over and around objects that are in between a and b without stopping, etc. No points there for flashy moves.

free running is all about being showy. Lots of expressive flourish and 'tricking'.

Oh i remembered them backwards then. So i should have written concept would be improved with a practicioner of parkour in its place of a free runner


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