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About The Tapps
This is for those of you who want to know a little more about Learn More Parkour and the guys behind the site.
We are the Tapp Brothers (Identical twin brothers, Jonathan and Thomas Tapp). We have been training parkour and freerunning for quite a while now, since 2004. Through parkour and freerunning, we have been fortunate enough to do a lot of awesome things.
Perform in National and International commercials, teach PK/FR workshops around the U.S., perform in live shows for some of the biggest companies in the world, work on testing and product development for a new board, compete in the first Red Bull AOM competition in the U.S., work on awesome T.V. shows such as Castle and Surviving Jack, help with the stunts and course consulting for the big show American Ninja Warrior, and even join a circus for a little bit.
We've been fortunate enough to do all these things but believe it or not we started training parkour late in the game.
We were around 15 when we found out what parkour was and started messing around with it. And we didn't take it seriously until we were around 17. We had no background in gymnastics and for most of our lives we actually just played soccer and ran track a little bit.
We grew up in a small town in Texas. We didn't have access to a gym and didn't have anyone to learn from. We had to learn all the parkour and freerunning moves on our own with no instruction or gyms.
It took us a lot of trial and error (so a lot of bails and busting our ASS) to find out what systems worked for learning all these moves but we found a few that worked and worked really well.
That's one of the reasons why we made this site. We want to show you the techniques and skills we have learned over the years so you don't have to go through the same grueling trial and error process.
You can learn these parkour moves in days instead of weeks or months like we did.
We show you safe and easy ways to learn PK/FR moves.
Another reason why we made this site was when we searched around the net for tutorials over PK/FR and we couldn't find very much. There just wasn't a well made site, focused on learning parkour and freerunning with high quality content.
So our goal with this site is to provide you with high quality tutorials and articles that help you reach the next level with your skills and goals you have with PK/FR. We want the next generation that follows us to be 10X better and spread parkour and freerunning in a fun, positive light.
Jonathan and Thomas Tapp