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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #40 on: September 08, 2009, 02:27:27 PM »
wow rage froobling makes me a little angry...or sad...dunno which one but oh well I guess the only thing to do is keep training

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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #41 on: September 08, 2009, 02:34:55 PM »
Oh, faith in humanity, it was nice having you around...
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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #42 on: September 08, 2009, 03:31:28 PM »
rage froobling is so last season...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKIItQctEYI&feature=channel

R.I.P. Rage Froobling.  :'(

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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #43 on: September 08, 2009, 03:40:49 PM »
I think one problem is people don't actually read threads anymore... they'll check the first post only without looking at the rest of what's been said.
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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #44 on: September 08, 2009, 03:41:50 PM »
R.I.P. Rage Froobling.  :'(

Who wants to go do some Making-Freeze-Frames-of-Rumplestiltskin?

Travis, eh?  Seriously if Making-Freeze-Frames-of-Rumplestiltskin doesn't restore your faith in humanity... I don't know what will!

NUUUU! RAGE FROOBLING! Don't go into the light!

Damn it Making-Freeze-Frames-of-Rumpelstiltskin... You better be good!
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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #45 on: September 08, 2009, 05:42:00 PM »
loled at this tread!  when rage froobling came out i was in a pretty weird place in my training/life. i was going very fundamental and i started really disliking parkour and especially american parkour.  i trained pure rage froobling and joined a fight club and quit training anything other that long tistance running, hand to hand combat, and climbups/rock climbing.  with that i also gained a lot of anger and hatred tward other people.  i am just finally getting out of all this funk.  and am proud to say  f#ck rage froobling  i practice the art of movement.    but i still love teg to pieces.
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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #46 on: September 08, 2009, 08:04:06 PM »
loled at this tread!  when rage froobling came out i was in a pretty weird place in my training/life. i was going very fundamental and i started really disliking parkour and especially american parkour.  i trained pure rage froobling and joined a fight club and quit training anything other that long tistance running, hand to hand combat, and climbups/rock climbing.  with that i also gained a lot of anger and hatred tward other people.  i am just finally getting out of all this funk.  and am proud to say  f#ck rage froobling  i practice the art of movement.    but i still love teg to pieces.

dont blame rage froobling for your own emotional issues!  :(

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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #47 on: September 08, 2009, 08:18:12 PM »
Its a joke that developed out of the ongoing parkour/freerunning/justmoving debate in the community.  If you notice the initials of "rage froobling" are "RF", the opposite of "FR".

However, its more than just a joke.  Teige actually defines this type of movement as "a training method focusing on purposeful displacement, total conviction under pressure, and both the physical ability, and mental quickness+strength to control, as well as is possible, the outcome of a critical situation."

It is essentially training parkour with a sense of urgency.  Why train this way?  Because it has a high translation to the situational demands of escaping or reaching.

You don't see textbook, impractical movements (ie kong to precision, double kong, etc) on the most ideal obstacles.  This is raw, reactive movement with a purpose.

mind if i quote you on this for project barf?  ;D

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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #48 on: September 09, 2009, 12:55:58 PM »
Its a joke that developed out of the ongoing parkour/freerunning/justmoving debate in the community.  If you notice the initials of "rage froobling" are "RF", the opposite of "FR".

However, its more than just a joke.  Teige actually defines this type of movement as "a training method focusing on purposeful displacement, total conviction under pressure, and both the physical ability, and mental quickness+strength to control, as well as is possible, the outcome of a critical situation."

It is essentially training parkour with a sense of urgency.  Why train this way?  Because it has a high translation to the situational demands of escaping or reaching.

You don't see textbook, impractical movements (ie kong to precision, double kong, etc) on the most ideal obstacles.  This is raw, reactive movement with a purpose.

mind if i quote you on this for project barf?  ;D

not at all
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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #49 on: January 16, 2010, 07:41:02 AM »
I mean just in my opinion. Grabbing someone by the ankle and yanking them down while there climbing up a pole. isnt that a little dangerous? As well as tackling someone or pushing them in mid vault?!?!
If at all this goes on to show what could happen to you if you were using parkour in a real chase situation, not in one of those choreographed chase sequences in videos where everyone is doing 'parkour moves' but none of the chasers bothers to catch or stop the chasee even if they're at arm's length. The chasers are supposed to be baying for the blood of the chasee aren't they?

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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #50 on: January 16, 2010, 06:43:57 PM »
loled at this tread!  when rage froobling came out i was in a pretty weird place in my training/life. i was going very fundamental and i started really disliking parkour and especially american parkour.  i trained pure rage froobling and joined a fight club and quit training anything other that long tistance running, hand to hand combat, and climbups/rock climbing.  with that i also gained a lot of anger and hatred tward other people.  i am just finally getting out of all this funk.  and am proud to say  f#ck rage froobling  i practice the art of movement.    but i still love teg to pieces.

I did this too, but instead of training long distance, close combat, and getting emotional I just became secluded, I worked on what I felt would better myself instead of letting the people who apparentlly never left their computers because they were to busy bashing others. Such as the "new" style of Oleg and Sascha. But now I'm over all that, I know what worked for me soooo...

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Re: Rage Froobling?
« Reply #51 on: January 16, 2010, 08:16:20 PM »


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