Progression is progression.
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So here at Rutgers University we were in the process of making an official sports club for Parkour. With this we would have gotten our own training time in the gymnastics gym and Olympic weightlifting room, as well as funding to go on trips to Jams. It was all set in place, our board meeting went well and the Sports Club director was fascinated by our idea, but alas, the final say of the student run sports club committee deemed that the club was too dangerous and we were denied. It's really a shame too because we had made such a good case. I told them about all the Crossfit affiliates made for parkour, showed them "Jump Westminster", showed them a list of other collegiate Parkour clubs, and stressed our goal to educate people about Parkour so they train smart and safe.
Anyway, we're thinking about just making a regular Rutgers club (not a SPORTS club). So there would be no benefits really, except we'd get to advertise ourselves at Student Involvement fairs and whatnot.
Any leaders have words of wisdom or similar experiences?