I am Jimmy Airtrack, and they call me this because I always do the most crazy stunts on my Airtracks. For the last 3 years or so I have been using various types of Airtracks to do gymnastic and parkour jumps and flips. Often by myself, but sometimes with my good friend Jill. You can find her blog here, she ofte gives tips to how you can become better at using your Airtrack or learn various new moves.
I have been training gymnastics from I was 5 years old, so this type of training isn't something that's completely new to me. I also sometime train on my Berg trampoline, or do a little bit of running and other sports. But these days, it's mainly my Airtrack I use for training and workout.
I also do a bit of work, not because I think it's fun, but because I need the money it pays. I would rather just spend my time training instead of work, and I am not yet skilled enough to make training my work. My work these days consists of packing boxing down at some local storage facility in downtown. Not the most fun job, but it does pay for my rent and food.
If you are interested in learning more about Airtrack training here is a few resources to get you started:
These sites should give you a good idea what it's all about and if it's something you might think would be fun for you to try. I can only recommend giving it a try. Love that type of training myself.
Besides work and training I do spend a little of my time hanging out with some good friends Benny and Andy. Both are some of my old friends from school. They also love sports and training, but not gymnastics or Airtracks. Instead they spend their time on things like football and Tennis, which is ok, but not quite as fun as gymnastics if you ask me.
Right now I don't have any pets or any girlfriend, but I have thought about getting a cat. love cats, maybe one of those pretty Bengal cats with leopard spots, they look great. Or maybe a dog instead, but I don't think I have the time a dog requires, like taking it for a walk several times day, play with it constantly and all that. I think a cat requires less work, but I am no expert though. Guess I have to do a bit more research before making up my mind on this topic.
I think that is all that I have to share with you guys for now. Thanks for stopping by me Uplabs page.