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Jan. 31st, 2009 @ 03:41 pm Свобода в Движении!
Сайт CHERTYAKI.RU создан для творческих людей, для которых «движение – это жизнь» (как в буквальном, так и в переносном смысле). Через простоту и легкость движения мы говорим о том, что «невозможно только то, о чем не думаешь». Сайт посвящен "движению" как таковому и на прямую адресован жителям «города».

Наша цель развивать виды городской активности, которые способствуют укреплению духа, развитию физических навыков, дисциплины расширяющие кругозор и ориентацию в пространстве. Паркур, фрисби, уличные танцы, некоторые виды боевых искусств, альпинизм - это только небольшая часть интересов данного проекта, мы постоянно развиваемся и растем, опираясь на верных друзей и партнеров. Активно сотрудничая с молодежными, спортивными и общественными организациями.

Сайт CHETRYAKI.RU - это последние новости из мира "движения", тренировочные программы разных направлений, упражнения, рассчитанные на различные виды активности, тренинги и семинары, видео и фотоматериалы. А также активное общение на форуме единомышленников.

Под крылом CHERTYAKI.RU живут проекты:

CHERTYAKI tracers (паркур команда)
CHERTYAKI frisbee (City Frisbee style)
MEDIA group (креативная группа)
И это далеко не все проекты CHERTYAKI.RU. Мы поддерживаем идею активной жизненной позиции, помогаем взглянуть на жизнь в современном городе по-другому!

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Dec. 7th, 2008 @ 03:12 pm Obligatory introductory post?
Is this community still up and running?

I'm a Portland, OR native and present resident looking for places to run and people to run with. Admittedly, I'm kind of new to this, my interest sparked by running around with some friends for a while a couple years ago. Since then, I've tried to find excuses to go over, under, and through stuff around the city, but out of a combination of boredom and another means of exercise/fun recently becoming unavailable, I want to get better, and get into whatever scene for it exists around here.

Short version: Anyone from Portland here who wants to show a new guy the ropes?
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Jun. 3rd, 2008 @ 11:49 pm The New Guy
I'm new to this and an amateur at parkour. I live in Texas out in the middle of nowhere, but there are plenty of obstacles to mess with. I do odd things here and there. I climb trees, jump cars, climb houses and such.

Oh, by the way go to Six Flags Over Texas early in the morning. That is the ultimate playground for parkour! Seriously, the reason why I say early is cause none of the staff really give a crap about what you do. You can run rails, climb fences and all the walkways to the rides. It's fun there, but it can be considered easy based on what I've seen out there.
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May. 27th, 2008 @ 01:18 pm I forgot a subject!


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Feb. 17th, 2008 @ 02:31 pm Hi! :D
Current Music: Stop The Car - Circa Survive
I've just started parkour, and I was wondering, does anyone know any good places for a run in Albuquerque, NM? 
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Feb. 3rd, 2008 @ 04:41 pm Parkour featured in Sports Illustrated

The rise of parkour
Part jumping, part gymnastics in an urban playground
Posted: Friday 11 January 2008 11:25AM; Updated: Friday 11 January 2008 11:25AM
By L. Jon Wertheim, SI.com

Cloud Gardens, a small park in the core of Toronto's downtown, is one of those urban sanctuaries to which Cubicle Nation comes to escape fluorescent lighting and luxuriate in the fresh air. On an unseasonably hot fall afternoon, the bankers eating their panini lunches and the lawyers on their smoke breaks in the park got a surprise. Dan Iaboni, a wiry 25-year-old with an ecstatic-go-lucky disposition, turned Cloud Gardens into his personal jungle gym.

With a series of fluid and well-considered movements, Iaboni vaulted from one ledge to another, landing easily, his bent knees serving as shock absorbers. He catapulted himself over a cantilevered beam, dug his feet into a metal restraining wall and then hurtled himself onto a concrete platform 15 or so feet below.

Stopping only to wipe flecks of sweat from his brow with his T-shirt and re-tie his running shoes, he gripped the underside of a bridge above a small waterfall and pulled himself across.
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Jan. 17th, 2008 @ 11:08 pm Location
Anyone in Washington State? I'm located in Oly. :D I need a running partner. 
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Nov. 17th, 2007 @ 07:50 pm Hey
I've just started training, what wold you advice to learn at first?) 
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Jun. 29th, 2007 @ 03:18 am ouch!
Current Location: kuwait
Current Mood: frustratedfrustrated
Current Music: metallica
I underestimated a jump tonight and ate shit! It was a wakeup call to keep up the stretching and training and dont get lazy with those 'iffy' jumps. I will deff learn from these bruises.

I was doing a running jump off a concrete block about 1/2 ft high onto a 3-4 foot rail a few yards away. It required pretty fast speed and I can precision land it every time but this time I tried to clear it as I have sucessfully in the past with a little more speed and a good tucking of the ol legs but I misjudged and somehow one leg made it over and the other hit the rail on my shin. I got a nice bump on my lazy leg and bloody palms. I'm gonna start a more regular training schedule and get this down to a T
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May. 6th, 2007 @ 02:23 am gettin back into the game
Current Location: home
Current Mood: boredbored
Current Music: third eye blind
been takin it easy for too long. way easy. i just started working out again and plan on waking up early to beat the crowd of kids at the playground (a favorite training spot for me here in nor-cal)and get back up to par[kour] on my jumping.

just watched 'jump london' so that got me all wound up, see you out there!
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