Sunday, February 15, 2009

Dunes on the Oregon coast

This is a special one: the Leprechaun Layout. It's like the Leaping Leprechaun, but the torso should tend towards parallel to the ground.

And just because, here's a classic front tuck:

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Presidential Inauguration edition: the Flagpole

There's a difficult move called the Flagpole, taught to me by my father when I was a lad. He doesn't freestyle walk, but he taught me this move. I dedicate this video to The United States of America, on this inspiring day of President Barack Obama's inauguration.

Truck Stoppin' (Freestyle Walking in Rural Idaho) from Garrett Wesley Gibbons on Vimeo.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Monday, December 8, 2008

"A Day of Few Spoken Words" on Vimeo

An amazing video showing some of the Parkour philosophy that is exactly in line with Freestyle Walking. I love the conversations. By some genious named Kaspar Astrup Schröder, at


Truck Stoppin' in rural Idaho

Truck Stoppin' (Freestyle Walk in Rural Idaho) from Garrett Wesley Gibbons on Vimeo.

Friday, December 5, 2008

More Portland photos

It took me a while to get photos from my photographically-inclined friend, Nathan Cashion, but here is awesomeness:

This one has a story: I mistakenly thought that the orange rubber thing was a stiff post, so I Jumped into a handstand on it, holding it from the top with my feet straight above my head.

Of course, the rubber didn't hold, and this photo was taken about .2 seconds after I realized that I was going to be picking concrete out of my cheeks if I didn't act fast.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Lesson 4: Freestyle Walking to financial independence

This is a photo of a prominent businessman in Nerja, Spain, pulling a foot-side seamless vault over a sign. Freestyle Walking in high society.