How To Wall Climb

How To Wall Climb

How To Wall Climb And Top Out

Parkour Academy: How To Wall Climb / Top Out Tutorial – Q&A

This is another video from the Parkour Academy series! We are about to create the first online parkour academy for people to learn and become part of a tight community! The online Parkour Academy will be located here-

In this how to parkour video we answer a question sent in from Jake asking how to wall climb do t and top out.

With the wall climb it is crucial that you learn and train two main things that is #1 The correct technique for the form and #2 The right conditioning to build the strength for the wall climb top out.

If you are not doing these two main things correctly it will be very hard to learn how to wall climb and it will take you ages to get up walls.

Do these two things correctly and you will learn your how to wall climb quickly and you will be able to climb up walls with lightning speed.

At the end of the video I talk also talk about the soon to be opened
parkour academy!! Check July 18th, 2012!

Train Safe,

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  • Sourav

    Nice video! Extremely useful! Thanks!!!!

  • Jack Muston

    Hey whats up? I thought you videos are aweome and realy healped me. I am 13 so i orta suck ut i am hoping to inprove. Peace!

  • The calming ascept (for me) is the repetition that goes into perfecting your movement. You zone in and end up doing so much of the same thing, progressing towards cleaner movement.You don’t need any special equipment, all you need is shoes (kinda) and clothing that will let you move freely. The movements I’ll mention can be found at the site on the bottom. They’re considered basic, but you build on these for everything you do:Quadrupedal movement (quadrupedie)- It’s a general work out, but it also does a lot for your coordination. There are a lot of variations, some on rails if you want to work on balance. Get used to the fact that you can move with two hands.Cat grabs/traverses (hang shimmy) and climb ups- QM will do more for your triceps, quads, and abs, these will mainly work your forearms and biceps. Should get you used to climbing objects. Try climbing trees and moving on them as well.Precison jumps- It’s mainly your quads, but also works on your landing technique, balance, and strength to distance judgement capabilities. Find a spot with a good sized gap, something you can do, and repeat them.Balance- learning to move on narrow surfaces is essential for parkour. Practice it, get good at it.Vaults- these require the use of at least one hand, the shifting of your bodyweight, the leg power to get initial air, the coordination to judge distances and body position, and the arm power to carry through. There are many vaults out there, so take them one at a time. You might get them easily, you might not.Finding a spot for all this may be tricky. Look at playgrounds, and keep your eye open for places that may make your movement through them difficult. Don’t forget to look in forests, if you have any.

  • youssri

    help im 12 jaar old and 50 ponds is that a problem voor thos tranings kom not on the walls i holand hellp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Aris Yu Kanda

      LOl jaar,ponds,voor,thos,tranings,kom,holand
      anyway you need upper body strength

  • Fantastic video explaining in detail every move on how to wall climb. I am amazed at how fit you would have be, but I guess in time you would build up the strength. Wonderful way to get fit. Well done

  • Guest

    haii i’m oloshua I hoooollland and my crater is to big every time a wall jump i plummet into my hole. Please helpole