Nowadays kids are a lot less mobile and tend to engage in more
stationary activities. While these activities do have certain
benefits in terms of your child’s athletic development, there
are serious downsides to constantly engaging in activities that
require them to be alone and not exercising. Kids need physical
activity. They need to release energy, build healthy habits, and
develop their personalities with other children to fully reach
their potential as strong adults later in life.Read
It’s hard to define a sport such as Parkour. Some argue
it is not at all a sport. Some say it’s meant to be an
experience, not discussed or categorized.
Regardless, to expose Parkour to others and teach others we must
use terminology. Here is the glossary of Parkour movements and
This is not an exercise in precision but more an aid in
understanding and communication. Study this guide, and use it as a
framework to develop your skills and stay on track. This is not
meant to be studied like a high school exam. Rather, this is a
guide that you should be going back to over and over. Read
“What are the 10 essential movements of the
While Parkour is a new sport in the mainstream spotlight, its roots
date back more than 100 years. Over that time, dozens of
influential people helped to build the sport into what it is today.
Some of them borrowed ideas from other cultures, while others
looked deep inside their own minds.
When you put all their efforts together, you get the modern sport
of Parkour. Here is a brief story about how the sport started. Read More
You've mastered some vaults and you feel confident. Now it's
time to tackle flips. It might be too early but hey, we all need to
start somewhere. Besides you’re getting bored and they seem
so, so cool.