https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TfrKGzdxIBA&feature=youtu.be We were very touched by Elias's words and wanted to share them here so others may read them as well. What's your relationship with injury? How have you overcome? "For a long time I wanted to make a video called “Return of the Monkey” instead it will be “End of the Monkey”. Been training … Continue reading End Of the Monkey
This morning I awoke to a post by Scott Jackson, Director of Train Hard Parkour and Freerunning and Owner of the Parkour Project, posting the cover image on Facebook. As usual with such worrisome news it spread like wildfire like all FIGophobic material does online these days. I myself posted the same image citing another … Continue reading Why Is WFPF’s Canada Certification Closed Off From the Community?
It's still very early in the days of parkour gyms. As of yet there have been roughly 3 paradigms of how parkour gym businesses come to be. The first is a space built for another movement discipline that was adapted to accommodate parkour: such as gymnastics facilities or trampoline parks. The second is a space … Continue reading The Paradigms of Parkour Gyms
Regardless of how you feel about the recent FIG comp, it's important for us here at Parkour Entrepreneur to hear all the perspectives of our community, not just the ones we agree with. While we don't condone these athletes decision to compete with FIG, we use this opportunity to hear their voices and educate us … Continue reading Why Are You Competing in the FIG Events?
For those that don’t know me, I had a serious parkour-related accident five years ago where I broke both of my feet, was stuck in a wheelchair for three months, and was unable to push my training in any meaningful way for three years after. You know how when you break a bone, there are … Continue reading Wenxin Yang – Bridging The Gap