Top 5 Ways to Progress Quickly in Parkour/Freerunning

With the sport growing at a crazy pace we are going to see a lot of newcomers come up to the plate wanting to try. With that said, often times though parkour/freerunning may seem exciting and exhilarating it can be a challenge to do. If you’re not a talented, natural born athlete it can be…

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The ‘How to Back Flip Series’

For the past weeks I’ve been regularly updating my YouTube with tutorials on the back flip. The purpose of this was to help anyone that wanted to learn the back flip and guide them through the progression steps to achieving every aspect of the flip. Just to make it easier to find I’ve assembled every…

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The Power Of Habit ( conquering fears )

I’ve thought over the question, “What mindset must a traceur/freerunner have to have be able to perform new challenges quickly without run ups or constant checking?” Often times you’ll know when a practitioner is nervous working on a new challenge. They run up and check the obstacle multiple times, they excessively wipe their shoes, or…

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Training around injuries.

Intro I’ve been guilty of this and I’ve also seen others do the same. Often times when you get injured whether it be from a sprain to breaks it’s easy to stop movement completely. Although this is great in order to heal sometimes it’s not the most efficient way to progress in your training. Think…

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How to increase your vertical!

Introduction I don’t think it needs to be said, but I’ll say it anyway. Increasing your overall vertical output has so many benefits I can’t even begin to explain to you. The ability achieve a higher jump can help out with mastering your flips, increase the performance of your vaults, and strengthen your legs to…

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How to alleviate soreness.

Through all the physical activities we do on a daily basis it’s pretty obvious we are going to have some very sore days. This is alright for a few reasons. We know the breaking down of muscle leaves room for them to rebuild stronger. Nothing says you’ve had a productive session without next day soreness.…

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Am I the only one who keeps a training journal?

This is a follow up to the last blog post I wrote: setting goals and execution.   I’m not sure if I’m the only one that actually utilizes the tool of a journal to track my progress when I’m training. When we’re busy on the grind to climb in freerunning it can be difficult to notice…

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FRUSTRATED From Lack Of Progression?

Are you progressing? How often do you actually go train and go back home knowing you’ve progressed? Do you ever think about your training and see improvements every time you practice? How often do you find something that scares you and push yourself to try it? One of the worst things you can do when…

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Ultimate How To Start Freerunning Guide

Through all the endless resources out on the web right now it can be hard to filter out what’s good or bad information on beginning your freerunning journey. I’ve read quite a few in my day and I thought I’d do the filtering process for you so you won’t have to. Although there are many…

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How I train.

  After reading a few emails I often get asked about my training regime. Although I’m eager to answer this question I find it difficult to. I don’t exactly have a specific, “set in stone” regime for my training. However after monitoring my training habits lately I do in fact have certain tendencies that I…

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