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
The Parkour community migrated from the suburbs of Paris in the 90s to the forums of the internet before settling permanently on social media apps like YouTube, Facebook and Instagram. And over those periods of decades different layers of culture have formed like igneous rocks building an ever expanding and diverse Parkour community. But as … Continue reading What’s The Difference Between Parkour Culture and Community?
"It is all about letting go of your ego in the moment and trying to find a balanced place to work from." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gJI3gSnGBE What kind of mindset do you like to have when approaching a descent for the first time? "Really it is hard to give you a straight answer because my motivation for descents … Continue reading How Bryan Riggins Stays Calm Drilling Descents
You did it! You successfully opened a gym or created a clothing brand or did whatever one does to create value in the parkour community these days. Hopefully you're crushing it on Instagram in those DMs and maximizing your Facebook Ads but sooner or later you're gonna have to get people excited in person about … Continue reading Which Kind Of Parkour Event Should You Run?
It doesn't matter if you're opening the next Tempest Freerunning Academy or building a budget basement Russian gym - if you have dope challenges and word gets out then the athletes are gonna come to conquer them. At some point in your business an athlete is going to ask if they can train at your … Continue reading Should You Charge Traveling Athletes To Train At Your Gym?