Michael "Frosti" ZernowMichael " Frosti" Zernow is known around the world as one of the longest practicing Parkour athletes in the world. After beginning his training a decade ago he has played a pivotal role in developing the Parkour world and culture. From working with Freerunning founder Sebastien Foucan on the Madonna Confessions World Tour, to representing Parkour as the youngest contestant ever to compete on CBS's Survivor Frosti has a unique style that blends explosive power of his athletic and martial arts background, the creativity and grace of dance and theater training, and world renowned flow which brought him and his team to the Finals of G4's Jump City: Seattle.
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Daniel "Knox" ManinoDaniel 'Knox' Mannino has been practicing parkour and freerunning since 2007 and is one of the newest members of the team bringing lots of talent and much passion for the art. Starting out his career working with the Tribe early in 2010, he impressed his colleagues with his unique style. Wherever he may be whether its in India or holding his hands over his ears at Nascar, his charisma and his desire to be something more always stands out. With a background in Shaolin kung fu, soccer, tennis, ice hockey, and freestyle dancing, Knox is always bringing something new and creative to the table along with something that is completely unexpected, not only that, he makes it look easy.
Travis discovered parkour in spring 2006 and immediately began training and researching every aspect of the art. Coming from a background of elite-level ice-hockey Travis started with a good base of physical fitness and a mentality of hard work. In fall 2006, Travis found himself in a teaching role after co-founding the country's first officially recognized parkour club at a major university, the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Through over two years of near-daily teaching, Travis honed a skill set that would afford him the opportunity to move to Washington, DC to teach at Primal Fitness <http://www.primal-fitness.com/> and head up the gym's parkour program. As well as being a sought-after parkour teacher, Travis maintains a world-class level of skill, performing parkour and freerunning across the US and around the world as well as competing on the hit TV show Jump City Seattle <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HzBa9fLbEY&list=SL> . Travis' incredible strength has lead him to be a competitor on Ninja Warrior, a Japanese game show that has competitors compete on the world's most difficult obstacle course. Now a full-time parkour practitioner and teacher, Travis works to improve the community and his own skills on a daily basis.