Many people tire and burn out from training parkour. I get it – it can be grueling work. Hands get rough, shins get splints, shoes cost money. It’s not easy.
But then you preform that beautiful Kong vault. As you fly through the air, you feel the wind gliding around your face. You raise your hands and throw your legs behind you and for a brief moment you are no longer in control of your movement. But it doesn’t cause you to fear. You’ve done it a hundred times. You know you can trust your body and instincts.
Then the scrapes and sore muscles and blood stains become worth it as you’re reminded all over again why you love to train.
Keep it up.