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Take Charge Of Your Nagging Parkour Injuries

There are three fundamental abilities you need to be great at Parkour. The first is technique. We have covered technique in our Ultimate Parkour Guide, and our Blocking, Delaying Rotation, and Tucking Tight tutorials.

The second ability is strength.  We recently covered strength in our Parkour Strength guide.  The last ability to round out this trio is mobility. We introduced mobility in our Ankles Guide, but today we will go in depth.
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What is Parkour?


Parkour has exploded in popularity over the years. What started as a simple form of exercise and mental training has grown into a global phenomenon. You have probably heard a lot about the sport. However, many outsiders still don't know what exactly is going on.

Here is a quick guide for those interested:
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The World’s Most Popular Parkour Locations (American Edition)


Everyone has a favorite spot to use when they want to do Parkour, but there are some locations that are so beloved that they are famous around the world. In this series, we break down some of the most popular Parkour locations in the world, and some of their challenges. To start things off, here are some of the best locations in America.  
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Parkour Milestones with Breathe Parkour

Learn how to level up your Parkour skills with the Breathe Parkour level system.

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Letter from the CEO: Why I Sponsored the WFPF Pro-AM Comp

The Pros and Cons of Sponsoring the WFPF Pro-AM Event


Should Breathe Parkour sponsor the upcoming World Freerunning & Parkour Federation (WFPF) event in Las Vegas? I struggled with this decision for a long time. I spoke to my peers, athletes planning to attend the event, athletes that were against it, athletes that had never heard of it, and parents of students that come to Breathe gyms. It was not a decision made lightly.

But, after all that deliberation, I decided that Breathe would sponsor the Las Vegas WFPF/Pro-AM Parkour Championship, and I’m proud that my organization will be a part of it. I’ve also decided that, in the future, we will make that same decision again, either for a WFPF event or other grassroots Parkour organizations, and I hope more Parkour organizations join us.

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