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Tips & Tricks

  • Make your own Parkour obstacles

    Make your own Parkour obstacles

    You don’t have time to go out and train? Are the Parkour obstacles you love too far away and can’t reach them that easily? Why don’t you cut your work in half and build a Parkour park in your own home. It’s actually not that hard and it can be a great experience working on

  • How to build confidence in participants

    How to build confidence in participants

    There are a lot of tips and tricks to build up your own confidence when preparing for a jump or a complex free running movement. But what do you do when you are the Parkour coach? You need to make your participants feel secure enough to go through the training and feel a sense of

  • Parkour tips for coaches and trainers

    Parkour tips for coaches and trainers

    I am going to show you a list of Parkour tips that will help you if you’re planning on teaching Parkour. As more people practice Parkour & Free running, many practitioners find themselves in the situation of having to teach somebody else. If you have never taught anything this can be a daunting task and you might fail

  • Parkour definition in 3 minutes

    Parkour definition in 3 minutes

    Here is a great Parkour definition and a complete explanation of Parkour movements from l1consolable. Naim takes the time to thoroughly explain the basic principles of Parkour and its most basic movements with great tenacity and to the point. The whole video is only about 3 minutes. It’s amazing how many things you can say if you focus on

  • Parkour pack buying tips & tricks

    Parkour pack buying tips & tricks

    A Parkour pack will have different characteristics depending on what you will do with it. But the most common way to train is to move from one location to another, while stopping at each location and practicing some moves before moving on to the next. The use of a Parkour pack is to keep your