Remote Training Programs
Our bundles offer comprehensive parkour training programs for beginners who want to learn parkour in a safe, effective way. These bundles are also a comprehensive parkour curriculum for coaches, leaders, & educators who want to study and incorporate our training methods into formal programs or playful practice.
Our programs offer comprehensive parkour training for beginners who want to learn parkour in a safe, effective way. This content also doubles as a comprehensive parkour curriculum for coaches, leaders, & educators who want to study and incorporate our training methods into formal programs or playful practice.
As one of parkour’s most unique and utilitarian movements, the Climb-Up Blueprint is perfect for anyone interested in functional, obstacle-based training. Extremely relevant to real-world situations, it is a wicked demonstration of both power and agility. With proper training and attention to detail, the climb-up is your key to the urban jungle.
The Art of Falling: Fundamentals covers fundamental falling techniques so that you can react to the most common falling scenarios in your sport, discipline, or life in general. It promotes faster progression towards your movement goals, decreases fear, mitigates your risk of injury, lightens the vibe during training, and ensures better results for coaches and businesses involved in sport or movement arts.
I am 40 years old and live in Germany. I am a father of two sons and my main objective is to be a better movement role model. I want to be more active with them and be able to show them different kinds of movement.
I don’t think I have done an army crawl in my life but I love the feeling that I am doing something I have never done.
I have to say that the attention to detail in the tutorials is excellent, they cover most questions or concerns that any beginner or non-beginner might have. Some parts of the videos are hilarious, that definitely makes it fun to watch. Anyway, I really like this course and am really looking forward to going through it and getting better and stronger for parkour.
With the way you make your courses, I have the feeling you don’t just want money like the feeling I got in other people’s “courses”. You want to make something good and to really help people get better and safer in parkour and you manage to achieve that goal.
I’ve been bouldering regularly for almost 1 year now and I know I’m going to have a blast weaving these two sports together and enhancing them both with a more specialized strength training curriculum.
I live about 2 hours away from the nearest parkour gym so I’m looking forward to having something to work with between visits. I’m going to be the “weird lady” at the park rolling around in the grass. 😉