Finding the time to train Parkour.

  “I don’t have enough time to train today.” Life gets busy. Maybe you have a job, school, or other responsibilities and it’s difficult to put “enough” effort into your training to advance in Parkour. If there’s one thing I’ve learned walking down that same path is to use my extra time I have to…

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Small Progressions In Parkour Training

“Small progressions consistently over time become huge leaps.” This is the current mind-state I’ve been in for a while now. When I look around my community specifically I see individuals looking for the next big trick, the next big jump, or the following milestone movement that’ll propel their parkour training further. Through this time of…

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Gain Comfort in Uncomfortability

Training plateaus sneak up on you. When you first start training progression is a regular high that you experience daily. There’s no feeling like it, the feeling of conquering a new movement, challenge, or fear feels like you’re on top of the world. However as the years pass by you find that getting the same…

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20 tips I wish I knew before starting freerunning!

Before I started training I wasn’t a athlete at all. I remember days spent at home doing nothing, but playing video games and eating chips. Although I tried other sports in the past ( my mother put me in literally everything ) nothing seemed to stick. I say this because maybe you come from a…

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Movement with intention.

What’s your level of awareness when your training? I want you to stop and think for a second. When you go out and train, workout, improve in your craft are you aware of your movements or do you just, “Go through the motions”. I know even for myself, I find that when I’m training I…

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Muscle Up WORKOUT!!!

Hey guys, I want to keep this short and sweet so as promised here is a workout you can do to achieve the muscle up, gain muscle strength, as well as size. Aim to do this workout 3 times a week. I suggest Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays. Good luck!   3 Sets X 10 Reps Explosive…

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How to convince your parents to let you do parkour/freerunning

I understand the struggle. When I first started training my mother didn’t understand what I was doing. She thought I was just recklessly jump and to be honest she had a right to think so. I gave her no information on what it was exactly I was doing. She didn’t know the amount of practice,…

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How to create great training videos!

One of the best things about training is showing others your progression through videos. With social sites like Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube it’s easy to share your movement online for many people to see. With that being said, I’ve gotten a few emails asking me what should be done to create a video that’s visually…

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What shoes should I train in?

Introduction The one thing every freerunner and traceur can agree on is that finding the right shoe to fit your style is important. I can give you a good starting list on what to look for, but ultimately it’s your decision. In parkour/freerunning we put shoes through the ultimate test of durability every time we…

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How old is too old?

Am I too old to start training? This is a question I get asked a lot. We have guys that wish they would have discovered this sooner, but it happens they are in their 30s or 40s and they feel their time has passed.  It’s difficult to instill inspiration in a person that feels they…

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