Beginners mind.



An hour a day to get better. 

Prologue:  Press 'start'.

1. The first minutes suck;

2. Discipline: an hour is an hour;

3. Bottom line: draw a base speed line and variate (w. speed, inclination) above that level;

4. Command (and respect) the machine as you do command and respect your body, dig deep into breathing, synchronize.

Epilogue: Finish. Cool down. Refuel. (Food, Water, Sauna, Cold Bath).

Full How

When the heart starts drawing its brand-logo with sweat from the inside on the T-shirt, then spring is in the air.

Fun comes from 'how' we do things. It is what an individual has to offer. How we do things. The tactics. Fun are the fruits of that labour. Rising like smoke, lighter than air. The more we are trained, the better we perform at operating in this happy state. 

It motivates to continue with the task and to not-quit. To continue will provide a full experience of 'how'. A 'full how'. Flow. Quit and you're done. My grandfather used to say: "The rotten apple does not fall far from the rotten tree."


A runner is a passenger. Floating with the rhythm of the whispering landscape.

Fine tuning

Parkour is a territory to fine tune an attitude. Requiring navigating trough narrow spaces. To come out without injury and live the experience.