3 Ways to Learn Parkour


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3 Ways to Learn Parkour

  1. 1. ==== ====Do you want to learn how to do Parkour? Visithttp://tinyurl.com/learnparkour==== ====Learning parkour is becoming increasingly popular, but it isnt the easiest thing to do especially ifyou try to learn it on your own. This article will discuss 3 ways to learn parkour that will get you onyour way to learning this exciting and fascinating sport.1. YouTube Videos: There are ample videos on YouTube that can show you many parkourtechniques to get you started. Whether you are brand new to the sport or you want to learn somemore advanced moves, online videos showing you examples can be a great way to find somedifferent ideas. Watching others who have already mastered the techniques is a great way tolearn.2. Parkour Handbook: There is a parkour and free running handbook you could get that will teachyou more about the sport and get you going on learning some of the basic moves. The handbookis a users manual and will teach you about the techniques, the culture and clothes as well asmore information about the urban communities that are forming around the common interest ofthis noncompetitive sport.3. Find a Group: It is becoming increasingly more common to find a group in your area, especiallyin urban locations as they make the best places to use parkour techniques. Having a group behindyou showing you the ropes and/or being your spotter and inspiration to help you develop uniquemoves are the best ways to excel at parkour. It can be intimidating at first to try even a basic backflip, but with someone there to help you, this flip will soon become as easy as breathing.In this article we looked at learning parkour and 3 ways you can learn parkour easily withoutrisking injuries and giving up before you get started. There are many YouTube videos popping upthat you can view to learn some new techniques and there is also a great beginners parkourhandbook that will teach you all about the phenomenon that is parkour and free running. Finding agroup or community in your area is probably the best way to get started. Having people behindyou to help with tricks and basic parkour moves is a great way to eliminate the risk of injury andlearn some of the more challenging moves.Want to learn more?Learning Parkour takes dedication and a lot of practice, having help can make the process goquickly and smoothly, visit Learn Parkour to learn more.
  2. 2. Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Grace_Robins==== ====Do you want to learn how to do Parkour? Visithttp://tinyurl.com/learnparkour==== ====