Let’s Get Moving Austin
What’s the fastest, most fun way to get from here to there? Parkour, of course! Let’s get there quick and Let’s be efficient. We want to minimize our input and maximize that output to over come any obstacle we come across. While parkour is a physical sport, commitment and courage are key to progress -something that helps in everyday life.
Our instructors focus on technique and control to effectively move forward with the flash and speed. Parkour builds not only strength, agility, and endurance, but also confidence, concentration, character, and creativity.
Let’s talk levels
Level 1 (adults)
New to parkour? No problem! Let’s get the foundations started in our Level 1 class. We will start with building core strength, moving focus to arms for swinging and to legs with some plyometrics in mind. Jumping, landing, and rolling are our focus in level 1. We top out level 1 with wall-runs, beginner vaults, laches, and wall scaling.
Level 2 (adults)
Looks like you want to go a little harder. After you got level 1 down, we start jumping farther and higher. Scale 8ft walls to top out. All the gaps you were hitting low, we will take them up the pillars. We will work you up towards precision jumps to rails and lache’s from bar to bar at greater distances.
Level 1 (Kids)
Kids are naturals. It’s just a matter of fine tuning. Just like the adults we build the same foundations, just moving a bit quicker. building core strength, moving focus to arms for swinging and to legs with some plyometrics in mind. Jumping, landing, and rolling are our focus. We like to toss in a few games to spice things up.
Level 2 (Kids)
Because the kiddos are still getting use to their body’s, we still heavily focus on strength and endurance. We just start pushing it a bit more.
Scaling walls become more fluid along with transitions from walls to platforms to bars. In level 2 power and control collide. We also start teach foundations for flips and more flash tricks (this is more freerunning)
Level 3 (Kids)
Looks like they got rolls and scaling walls down no problem and they’ve started getting inverted. Time to push that parkour flow and go a little harder
Don’t get us wrong, we love to play, but as we push our limits in class we start to buckle down. Flyaways, flips, and a big Lachés are just the start
dPretty simple for this sport. Well fitting closed-toed shoes. While most tent to use gym shorts and a T-shirt or tank top, it is not a requirement.