Movement is like language: to be able to utilise it you must understand the alphabet, know how to organise letters
This past week has seen us introducing parkour in various ways to one of the world’s largest annual professional fitness
It was the final Q&A session following a talk I’d given to a corporate group of a few hundred people
For as long as records have existed, people have found ways to improve their movement abilities. Indeed, the human drive
How often have you stopped simply to listen to the world around you? Indeed, how often have you actually listened to
It is often thought that the one true bane of all parkour practitioners is rain. Most, especially beginners, will grimace at
Much has been made of the importance of warming-up before beginning a training session, and yet in general most people underdo
Don’t let the little fears steal your days…
How do you view your city? Does it feel constricting to you? Restrictive? Is it full of cold, lifeless structures?
Parkour, stripped down, is the use of space. It’s how we fill space, how we move through it. It’s a
Trying to pinpoint the exact moment of the birth of Parkour is no easy task. In fact, it may actually
Much has been made of Bruce Lee’s enduring concept of Jeet Kune Do, across myriad different activities, art-forms, sports and
It isn’t fashionable these days to talk about training or self-improvement in terms of conflict – we often hear how we are meant to train smart, not hard; to pace ourselves; to work within our limits; to adhere to the principles of sports science throughout…
What is it, ‘to be strong’? Why do we push ourselves every day to be fitter, faster, stronger, more fearless,
For me, parkour is simple. It is a warrior’s art. It’s everyday adversity. It demands your all and makes no apologies.