Train Hard - Stay Humble
Time: March 22, 2013 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Street: HENSILL HALL
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?s…
Event Type: progress, progression, parkour, conditioning, training, bapk, bay area, san francisco
Organized By: SafeNSure
Latest Activity: Mar 29, 2013
Please -anybody reading this and coming- sign-up and/or RSVP! (If you don't, you may not find anyone...)
Because we have missed this week's Thursday we can meet on Friday (duh!). Hensill Hall is a rare, albeit limited, outdoor covered spot, which allows for dry training even in pouring rain at SFSU.
Try to show up not later than 7:30PM. Feel free to warm up until you see somebody...
This training provides a healthy and motivated atmosphere for existing practitioners to progress their parkour, and to do this in a safe, peer-reviewed, no-BS and no-sitting around way.
The goal of these sessions is to enhance the effectiveness of our parkour practice, through advancements in precision, speed, control, power, stamina, resistance, determination and confidence. The mean to achieve this, will be perfecting short combinations of basic movements through intense repetitions in order to ultimately trigger instinctive reactions and reduce transition time.
The more experienced practitioners will set a positive example by focusing on a thorough warm up, dynamic stretching, cardio-vascular resistance and precise repetition of movement. There will be no showing off, rather humbly passing on of knowledge, in a group effort to keep up the pace of the drills and advance together. Also we will try to maintain our focus on uninterrupted motion from drill start to finish (A-to-B). All while keeping safety as paramount.
While there may be different physical or technical skill levels represented at these sessions, everyone will keep an eye out for anybody needing advice or encouragement. Absolute novices, with no previous experience in group training of parkour or other physical disciplines, are advised to consider first beginning with a Basic Training (Sundays).
The perception that while the practice of parkour is fun, it's "a discipline, not a game" will be tangible and is required.
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