Parkour basics

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This will be divided into two different sections. The first section will be for the novices to learn more parkour.

The second section is going to be for men and women who have already mastered the basics and are looking for more advanced tutorials.

Before we move on it’s crucial that you understand that parkour can be a dangerous game if not done properly. It is also a high impact game, so make sure with a physician that your body can handle it.

Now to begin with the moves. There are several basic moves that you need to master before anything else. Those two moves are the parkour landing and the parkour roll.

These two basic movements are what enable people to practice parkour safely. This makes certain your ankles absorb an excessive amount of impact, your knees don’t absorb too much effect, and your back does not absorb too much impact.

The land is typically done out of about a five foot or less jump. Its basically where you want to land on the balls of your feet, bend your knees while sticking your butt way out, and not letting your knees bend past 90 degrees. You can even use your hands if you want to.

The roll is what allows a people to jump out of 10 foot ledges and property with the same effect as an ordinary person doing a jumping jack. The roll is slightly more complex to explain through words, so I recommend looking instructional videos from the Tapp Brothers. They give excellent free educational videos. Another group that provides good educational videos are the Laflair Parkour videos. They are a bit more comedic in comparison with the Tapp Brothers.

After you learn these two basic moves you can move on to vaults.

Kong Vault

Safety Vault

Standard Vault

Lazy Vault

Thief Vault

One Handed Vault

Obstacle Vault

Reverse Vault

These are all fairly simple, but again easier to explain in a video.

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Front Flip

Back Flip

Side Flip

Bar Skills

Wall Climbing

Precision Jumps

Overcoming Fear

Etc..

Regardless of what you want to learn the process is the same.

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