Top 6 Exercises For Beginners Getting Started In Parkour

In this video we show you are top exercises that we recommend for you to train if you are a beginner and just getting started in parkour.

We call these exercises our solid 6 for parkour. These are workouts we used to build a solid base of coordination, strength, and mobility. We’ve picked up these exercises over the 10+ years of training.

Some of these exercises learned from others, like the butt scoot from Chau Belle, Laurent Piemontesi, and Yann Hnautra. The 3rd World squat from Ryan Ford with Apex Movement. And others we picked up through our own training and what has helped our students.

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By training these exercises consistently, you are going to see a dramatic increase in your functional strength, you will become more coordinated in the movements crucial for parkour, and you will gain more mobility and flexibility.

This will help give you the solid base of fitness for parkour. You will be able to pick up the parkour moves much easier. Learning more advanced parkour skills will click much faster. You will be able to last longer in parkour and reduce a lot of injuries.

Train Safe,

Joanthan

These exercises were taken from our Crash Course Into Parkour Program. To learn more about our beginner parkour training course click below!
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  • Larry H

    Thank you for posting this video. 2-15-15.
    Some easy exercises and variations to use to build a base of strength for parkour.