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I like jumping Answered

A few days ago my friend challenged me to leapfrog a parking meter, and i did and now im just jumping over everything in sight. It's actually pretty fun erm dangerous but being a little bit of a energy drink adrenaline junkie jumping wrestling and stuff like that is always fun, are there any other adrenaline junkies on instructables?

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Kiteman

10 years ago

My youngest likes running around in small circles, walking on walls, and can't wait to be tall enough to use a climbing wall - does that count?

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octopuscabbageKiteman

Reply 7 years ago

It is not as extreme as turning yourself into a kite....

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SunbanksCinder2007

Reply 10 years ago

I like climbing up walls like in our hallway.

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Cinder2007Sunbanks

Reply 10 years ago

I like jumping off of things. And climbing stuff too.

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astrozombies138Kiteman

Reply 10 years ago

haha i was like that when i was younger, i use to take pillow and go flying down the stairs,

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octopuscabbage

7 years ago

Try parkouring or free running. That stuffs fun. Youtube it. It is sweet.

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happyjo

7 years ago

POGO STICKS!!!!!

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LinuxH4x0r

10 years ago

try freeruning/ parkour

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indestructibleguyLinuxH4x0r

Reply 8 years ago

freerunning and parkour aren't the same thing. wikipedia states: The term free running was coined during the filming of Jump London, as a way to present parkour to the English-speaking world. However, the term free running has come to represent a separate, distinct concept to parkour — a distinction which is often missed due to the aesthetic similarities. Parkour as a discipline emphasizes efficiency, whilst free running embodies complete freedom of movement — and includes many acrobatic maneuvers. Although the two are often physically similar, the mindsets of each are vastly different. The founder and creator of Free running Sébastien Foucan defines free running as a discipline to self development, following your own way. which he developed because he felt that parkour lacked enough creativity and self-expression as a definition of each free-runner to follow your own way.

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megapun13

10 years ago

jumpin off of stuff is fun.what would be a good way to start parkour?

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astrozombies138megapun13

Reply 10 years ago

I've been doing parkour for a few weeks now, I just started playing on a playground, and jumping form place to place. I already have my dive roll down!

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Jacey

10 years ago

i like running and tomatoes

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Goodhart

10 years ago

Ah to be young again *sigh* Last time I tried to vault over a low fence, my foot caught on the chain (about 3 feet off the ground) and I landed face down on the macadam. It was easy enough for my strong legs to lift 140 lbs 5+ feet in the air, but it had trouble with 230 lbs.

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Skyfinity

10 years ago

You know what, i like jumping too!

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Sunbanks

10 years ago

I like jumping over/off random things.

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guyfrom7up

10 years ago

you might be interested in free running?

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astrozombies138

10 years ago

yeah when i was really young, like 7-9 when i had friends over we would lay out blankets one for each of us n call it territorys n the goal was to push everyone off their territory n take over haha now its just brutal fighting, had a piece of wood broken on my head, toss people across the room, just anything in sights a weapon

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iman

10 years ago

thats funny I used to take all of the pillows in the house and put them at the bottom of the stairs and jump now that was fun.

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tomonto

10 years ago

i am doing the same thing right now. i just caught the arm of my couch and landed on my face!!ow.