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Hello everyone,,
Parkour, also known as free running, is a French military-designed training which utilizes obstacle courses. The obstacles requires extreme focus and a can-do attitude, and heavily utilize physical abilities such running, jumping, swinging, rolling and even climbing. It?s is a fun and exciting way to exercise and anyone can enjoy it.

Full body workout ? Parkour workouts encompass  total body fitness. Running and jumping over and through obstacles requires work from all muscles. Parkour adds a fun twist to your usual static gym routine. It encourages play while tackling practical and fundamental movements.

Promotes quick-thinking skills ? Parkour requires participants to negotiate obstacles quickly. These sudden moments require you to exercise your brain and think on your feet. Practicing instinctive decisions making skills in parkour can lead to participants trusting their instinctive decisions in everyday life.
Fosters creativity ? Parkour encourages participants to use their creativity. Every obstacle you meet in parkour won?t have an obvious solution, so you must use your creativity to overcome it.
Boosts confidence ? Parkour builds confidence by allowing people مخزن آب to be able to conquer things they would never have even attempted before. For example, when you see a large wall that before seemed like an impossible feat and you learn how to scale and get over it you may feel as though you can accomplish anything.
Skill-related fitness ?  Skill-related fitness includes agility, balance, power, speed, coordination, and reaction time. In parkour you have to call upon these skills when jumping, climbing and balancing through obstacles. Though these skills aren?t required for everyday life (imagine using parkour to get to work!) they are still very beneficial to have in your arsenal to ensure your physical fitness.
Builds core strength ? The core is the center of your entire body and is responsible for helping you bend, twist and transfer power and strength across your body. Developing a strong core through parkour exercises also helps to prevent lower back injuries. Having a strong core fostered by parkour helps you maneuver through obstacles with ease.
Bone strength ? Like many other high impact sports, parkour helps develop bone strength. You do a number of lower body and upper body high impact movements, enabling your body to build stronger bones from the impact they endure.

Hello everyone,,
I always see a lot of arguments on the difference between parkour and freerunning. I thought it would be good for people to see the opinion of the founders on this topic. The clip is part of a Q&A session from American Rendevous in Columbus last year. Some of the founders of parkour came over from france to lead a seminar. When asked about the difference of parkour and freerunning they basicly said what you call it does not matter. Train how you want and what you want to do. That is what is most important...

Pics & Vids / Lil' parkour & freerun compilation
« on: April 13, 2019, 01:03:50 AM »

Pics & Vids / Spring free running
« on: April 13, 2019, 12:55:36 AM »
Hello everyone,,
Spring is finally here!!  Just videos of random tricks that were taken over the past few days. Enjoy :)
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Parkour And Freerunning / what are american parkour's initials?
« on: March 25, 2019, 08:29:24 AM »
Hello everyone,,
When you post a topic or reply post. Yu get a question.
O: what are american parkour's initials?
Ans: APK

Hello everyone,,
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Movement / To learn first flips?
« on: February 28, 2019, 07:05:02 AM »
Hello everyone,,,
I am new to this sort of thing and I was wondering what flatground tricks would be easiest to practice. I can do the listed flips on a trampoline:
Front flip
Frontflip 180
Front flip 360
Side flip
Side flip 180
Back layout
Backflip 180

And more.

I've been practicing flatground flips but have been unable to land one. Keep in mind I am practicing in my house on carpet onto pillows.
I've been trying to land a sideflip since it SEEMS like it'd be the easiest.
What would be the easiest to try given my circumstances?
I can do front hand springs, Round off's and cartwheels.

I go for the flip usually and next thing I know i'm on the ground. I think it's the fact that i'm scared

Parkour And Freerunning / There's a group in my town
« on: February 28, 2019, 07:02:49 AM »
Hello everyone,,
So my town is average size and there was one parkour group 5 years ago, but they stopped training. Now, like 5 years after that, they started again, and i really love parkour and i never had anyone to train with, so this is really cool chance. But the thing is, i dont know anyone there, and they know each other well. What should i do? Man, i asked couple of friends to go with me but none of them wanted. So yeah, any advice on that?

Movement / Training of Front Flip
« on: February 28, 2019, 02:42:09 AM »
Hello everyone,,
I have been having trouble performing the front flip. I have practiced for about a month and made no progress. I was wondering if there is some training to help me get better at preforming the front flip.

Hello everyone,,,

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We created a survey in which you are asked to pick your main sport and to then characterize the typical and the ideal athlete of this sport. When choosing your sport from our list of sports "Parkour" is probably the best fit for you.

The survey takes about 20 minutes and as compensation, we will later inform you about the typical personality profile of your sport!

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Parkour / Frontflip or Webster
« on: February 25, 2019, 10:17:28 PM »
Hello everyone,,

So I had a small question. I want to get started on flips (specifically front flips) but I have no idea on which one to start with. I heard the Webster is a bit easier than a normal frontflip and you keep more momentum/you don't have to punch into it.

What is your opinion on this and what can you advice me? Thanks for reading :)

Parkour And Freerunning / Help for Frontflip
« on: February 21, 2019, 09:56:05 AM »
Hello everyone,
So I had a small question. I want to get started on flips (specifically front flips) but I have no idea on which one to start with. I heard the Webster is a bit easier than a normal Mobdro Lucky Patcher Kodi frontflip and you keep more momentum/you don't have to punch into it.

What is your opinion on this and what can you advice me? Thanks for reading...

Movement / Wall flip fear
« on: February 21, 2019, 09:51:54 AM »
Hello everyone,,
I've watched countless wall flip tutorials and I have a mat if I land incorrectly but every time I run up to the wall to try it, I always chicken out. How can I get over my fear??

Women / Progression workout
« on: February 06, 2019, 02:54:29 AM »
Hello Ladies!

There hasn't been much going on in the women's board. I thought it'd be fun to see how everyone's progressing or what all you traceuses have been up to! Any accomplishments or goals? I know everyone is probably getting into the groove of summer now that classes are over/almost over. I have a lot to say!

1) I've been training every day for the last couple weeks and it has really been paying off. I also started some more intense conditioning that I am hoping to continue next week. It feels SO good to be sore. I am doing a lot of body weight training, core, and really going to focus on lower body, which is my weak area.

2) Right now, in my training I am focusing on precisions. A bit on the side, I've been trying to get comfortable with monkey/kong vaults. I am doing really well with vaults such as the lazy, thief, safety, reverse safety, speed, etc. So in an effort to move on to things I am not as comfortable with, I am perfecting my precisions while still incorporating vaults and other movement into my training. And as always, working on that roll technique and softer landings!

3) There are some specific movements I am trying to accomplish. I am working on a lache that I ALMOST have on some outside bars. My hands are getting torn up so it is painful to swing for long. There is also a small kong to precision that I am also extremely close to getting. I think it will all come with more strength which is why I'm conditioning. I am also trying to get more comfortable with precisions that are at a height. And I am just talking maybe 5 ft. high and not that far apart. It's the sort of situation where I can do a bigger precision on the ground and this smaller one at a height is giving me the biggest mental blocks. I have done it but it takes me a while to muster up the courage. So I figure if I drill my precisions that will help me become more comfortable.

4) Quirks: I have found that I enjoy striding much more than precisions. The guys I train with think this is hilarious. They tell me one day I'll be better than Philly D. To which I responded "Who is that?" After a few videos on youtube, I found out! I am also finding that bars are very fun! Wall runs are probably my most unfavorite. Once I am better at more basics my plan is to work some climb-ups. I can struggle to the top of a relatively high wall but it is not so pretty! I find that cats are fun too. Been trying those out more.

All in all, I feel I'm at the point where I have learned a lot of individual movements and now I want to put them together. I still have ALOT to work on, even in the individual movements and I learn more and more every time I train. I am really loving it, though and having tons of fun!!

Tomorrow I am going to Daytona Beach to have a small jam with all guys. I'll be at LVPK next weekend for the women's seminar/jam. Then, around June 26 I am going to the Southeast Auburn, AL jam where I hope to meet some fellow traceuses. In July I'm visiting a cousin in Los Angeles so I hope to train some there. Then mid July I might be going to another Jam in Indiana (not set in stone, though) and one day I'll make it to D.C.

That's about it! I'm really excited to learn and really better myself this summer! If there are any traceuses in FLORIDA, please please contact me. We have some awesomely dedicated traceurs around here but as far as I know, I'm the only traceuse who is as dedicated. I'm in Orlando/UCF area which is pretty central. I can easily get to Tampa, Gainesville, Daytona, Ft. Myers, Naples, Miami, & Tallahassee.

In traceuse news...Since I made a parkour album on facebook, I have had 6 girls who expressed serious interest in trying out parkour. It looks like I'll be trying to do a weekly "class" for them with some of the traceurs I train with. Wish me well! I also have some video footage building up so we'll see where that goes.

Thanks for reading! Please respond with what you're up to and how your training is going. I want to hear from ya'll :)

Movement / Turn Vaults Over Drops
« on: February 06, 2019, 02:10:36 AM »
Hello everyone,,
So I have this fear of turn vaulting over big drops. There is this spot by my house and every time I try to turn vault it I freeze up. Is there any  way I can get rid of this fear? I've drilled it before with no drop and I do just fine, the problem is the one with the drop is the only place I can practice at consistently. Thanks in advance :)

Parkour And Freerunning / Get Started in Parkour or Free Running
« on: February 03, 2019, 01:40:13 PM »
Hell everyone,,,
Get in shape. You must have endurance. Work on basic calisthenics like push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups and squats. These are the basic building blocks for practicing parkour. Experts say you should be capable of performing 25 push-ups, 5 pull-ups and 50 full squats before you formally get started in parkour.
Practice landing and rolling moves. Appvalley Parkour entails a lot of vertical movement. High jumps can be painful if you don't know how to land properly or safely fall, then end with a move. You should start off with a jump between 1/2 a meter to 1 meter. Land on the front part of your feet with your legs bent and if you have jumped from a higher distance then perform a forwards roll. To do this roll you should roll on your shoulders, not on your back! If you roll on your back, you may do serious damage to your body.
Practice vaulting, jumping and climbing maneuvers. These more difficult maneuvers are designed to get you up and around obstacles in the urban landscape. As you begin to practice more frequently, you will learn which moves you prefer and develop your own unique style for practicing them.
Practice regularly. Like all sports, parkour requires regular training to be effective, otherwise your skills will drop off. Practice at least two or three times a week, and make sure to maintain your basic skills while moving on to more difficult maneuvers.
Use self-exploration. Begin to drill the techniques that you have created, establish new ways of moving through experimentation, and find new paths and environments to master through self exploration. When you are in tune with yourself, no one knows what works better for your body than you.
Pick a point and do whatever it takes to get there. Start with a slow, safe pace. Trace a path between two points over and over until you are a master of your territory. You should notice a gradual increase in your speed, endurance, and the ease with which you transition between obstacles.
This progression can take hours, days, and even years depending on the path you choose, your natural ability, and several other factors. The important thing is to continue progressing no matter how slowly. This method is the essence of Parkour, and will lay the foundation to understand it.
Develop your personal style. Approach obstacles in a way that is unique to your body and abilities. The common movements employed by others do not necessarily make sense for you. That is precisely why it does not make sense to rely on videos as a way to learn. Once you have overcome this mental obstacle and risen above the poor standards set by many others, you can take your training in many different directions.
Start to train with other people. Getting together with a small group (2-4 people) can shed new light on your training regimen; new people offer new ways to move, different paths to take, and constructive criticism of your methods. Since you have already developed your own style, the ideas offered by new people can only expand your possibilities.
Use training as a collaboration. Be sure that ideas are not stifled and no individual person sets the bar of what should work for everyone; this method works best as a creative discovery between friends. On the other hand, if you followed someone else's method from the beginning, you could be stuck with a style that does not actually make sense for you.
Remember that while large gatherings have the potential to be an extension of the smaller training and discovery sessions, too often they devolve into a roaming herd that quickly grazes over خرید خدمت obstacles while looking for the next big trick. Understanding Parkour through self discovery is the sure way to avoid falling victim to this personal experience, making a traceur and his Parkour unique.
Get a Parkour coach. This option can be helpful to someone who doesn't know how to condition themselves or prevent injury; however, experimenting by yourself first is highly recommended. By entrusting your early development to a stranger, you run the risk of following a path that is completely wrong for you; a good coach will help you get started and drill you in the essential moves necessary to begin parkour and will also teach you how to stay safe. A good coach will set you down the path of discovery and help you form your own style, while a bad coach will set you down their own path.
As Parkour gets more popular, an increasing number of people are trying to cash in as coaches. Be wary of anyone who doesn't offer their services for free, at least part of the time. A coach who is still connected to the community, through free outdoor training sessions , is a good bet.
Tread lightly. Some surfaces take damage more easily than others; be respectful of where and how you interact with your environment, and take responsibility if you accidentally damage something. Check out the surface you are on or will be going on, before trying anything remotely dangerous on it. Importantly, that surface may also be slippery, fragile or unstable, so survey the area first. If you slip or something moves/breaks under you it could cause a painful fall.
Get the proper gear. You won't need much. All you need is a good pair of running shoes and an outfit you're comfortable moving and exercising in.
Begin by choosing A and B. Try to trace a path from A to B. Go through the path and do everything that feels natural in that situation. Parkour is not a set of vaults, movements or "stunts." It is a way of moving, and moving is always changing, and no set motions could be ready to meet the quota. A good way to find ways to get there is trying different ways and consider what is efficient and fast.
Develop flow. This is what separates traceurs from your average trickster or acrobat. Flow is the flawless transition from one obstacle to the next, to the point where there might as well not be any obstacles at all. Flow can be practiced simply by adding good form and correct technique, thus creating fluidity to all of your movements. This includes soft landings (as opposed to stomping down or falling).
Exercise regularly. Make sure to keep yourself in peak physical condition. Traceurs and traceuses use most of their body in order to navigate any obstacle. This level of involvement requires total body fitness.

Parkour And Freerunning / Stay with your man this Christmas
« on: January 30, 2019, 07:12:02 AM »
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Movement / I need help with diving kongs
« on: January 30, 2019, 07:06:56 AM »
Hello everyone,,
Alright so here is the deal, i can kong/monkey vault over normal benches, but whenever i try and do a picnic table or something similar, i always end up planting my hands too early, which results in my hands planting a bit before the middle of the table, or my hands simply plant in the middle of the table and thats usually where my feet plants too, i managed to do some kidn of kong over a picnis table, i pretty much just ran as fast as i could and jumped (Will include a link to it), and i guess that the speed made me dive even more, i would like to have some opinions on what i did to make it, was it simply just commiting to it?

Movement / Need help me on the tree spin?
« on: January 27, 2019, 07:53:24 AM »

So, as the topic suggests, I am not able to tree spin. LOL

Actually, I have done this move..but since past 1 month, I am not able to do it.. :(

I just run to the tree, put Appvalley my hands on it..and jump but i fear of spinning...   :-\

The problem is that, when there is a person standing at the end of the tree, i can do it perfectly.. but when that person gets away..the problem comes again.

Help me out guys... I really wanna do it again.

National Jams / 2019 National Jam Schedule
« on: January 26, 2019, 10:39:33 AM »
Hello everyone,,
Jams are what it's all about. Meeting, training, playing, sharing ideas and having fun. Not to mention cookouts, nature days and of course big Leave no Trace efforts. These National Jams are where the community really connects, the internet BS goes away and we all have fun!

So far we've had a few great jams this year
Plzzz do participate,.....

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