Djordje Djordjevic a Parkour teacher with 6 years experienc set up a new Parkour training centre in Cromer. It is the first of its type in Sydney.
The centre is set up with concrete traffic barriers, brick walls, swinging bars and a range of other obstacles.
``I enjoy running around and jumping off stuff,’’ one student said. ``I’d like to take it around the beaches, jump off rocks and cliffs on the sand.’‘
Bailey is training at Jump Squad HQ, which opens this weekend.
When Djordjevic talked about how the project started he said. ``One of my family friends had an empty warehouse in Cromer that was up for lease, so I took the plunge,’’ he said.
``When the opportunity came, I couldn’t ignore it.’‘
``Parkour develops a person’s ability to overcome any obstacle, whether physical or mental,’’ he said.
``It’s a great way to learn your limits and to push them. It’s also great fun.’
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