Can’t Find Spots To Train Parkour??

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Can’t Find Spots To Train Parkour??

Q: I can’t find good training spots for parkour? How do I find the best training spots for parkour?

In this video I wanted to answer a question: “I don’t have any good spots to train near me. How do I find good spots to train?” This is a great question. I remember, particularly early in my training I felt like there were no places to train.

Yes, it’s awesome to have a parkour gym or parkour park but if we do not have access to a nice training area, all hopes are not lost for parkour.

There is a lot of parkour training we can still do, even within a small space or a limited amount of obstacles.

Conditioning is a huge factor for parkour and attaining a body that can last decades in parkour. We can perform a lot of conditioning exercises on flat ground within a small area. We can train QM (quadrepedal movement), precision jumps, parkour rolls, handstands, pushups, sprints, mobility exercises, etc

We can train a lot of the basic movements on simple ledges, hand rails, curbs, etc

So even if we don’t have access to epic spots we can still train a lot of basics and strength. These are the essentials in the training.

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  • Andrew Carter

    I train in my backyard, so I have dug in tires, got rails and vault boxes, walls and about every obstacle you can dream of, but sometimes when its night time and you just practice precisons in your room from pillow to pillow it can be better learning, sometimes if you have so many obstacles you don’t know what to do first. however with that been said the more obstacles the better, but use every obstacle to the fullest, its about adapting to your environment 🙂

  • Julian Poole