Announcement: The First TrickSociety Community Sampler
We are collecting footage for a collaborative video! For more information click here.
The wheels are in motion on the first ever TrickSociety community video
But, in order to make it, we need footage--your footage!
Whatever your level, from beginner to pro, we'd like you to be involved. This sampler is about representing our community! Also, everyone knows the best samplers show more than just tricks; we want to depict the tricking lifestyle as well, whatever that means to you. Our only requirement is that the video be of a decent resolution and quality.
The recommended file host is https://mega.co.nz/ but so long as we can get to your footage any will do. Please PM me the link rather than posting in this thread as it'd be nice to keep the footage fresh for the video's release
Hello all, I hope you are enjoying the site so far!
We've now added member blogs that can be accessed from the menu. The purpose of this is to give users a place to keep training logs and other useful material--although you may use it however you'd like. All of the most recent blog posts can be found here. If you don't already keep a training diary of some kind then you should! They are an invaluable tool for setting goals and tracking your progress.
One more thing!
TrickSociety is designed around community (the secret's in the name), and as such we will be featuring exceptional member-created content on the front page. In this way we hope not only to provide genuinely useful information, but also to promote talented and dedicated individuals and their work.
Motivation is one of the most important factors in sustaining and increasing your ability. Research has shown that elite athletes are highly motivated individuals not only by the mastery of a skill (Task Orientated) but also by the rewards they gain from their efforts (Ego Orientated). Therefore it would be seen as best that you are motivated by not only seeing your own personal development but also by external rewards such as praise from you friends and competition from other trickers.
However if you believe your skill level does not meet the demands of a challenge, your motivation is more likely to fall in the face of competition, which is therefore why you need to balance the two motivational categories and believe in yourself, that you can be as good as anyone else.
Hey guys, Dave C here again!
Welp, after the first incarnation, we're at it again! The difference this time is that I'm finally not the only one completely fed-up with inept management and half-assed sites, so here we are!
With the backing of some of the most prominent members in the community, both Kirkor and myself finally have the opportunity and manpower to pull off something truly awe-inspiring, and I look forward to your feedback as we continue this journey towards what will eventually be the end-all be-all of Tricking-related sites. Fully inclusive, with social interaction, one-click access to the best-of-the-best the Tricking community has to offer, an amazing amount of general information, tips, tricks, tutorials, and much much much more!
So hang in there, guys! A new dawn is on the horizon! Welcome home!