Originating in France, parkour is the art of traversing landscapes and navigating obstacles in the most efficient way possible, using only ones body and the surrounding environment, through a series of running, jumping, climbing, scaling, vaulting and rolling techniques. While parkour can be practiced anywhere, Boston’s urban landscape is a perfect setting for this class. In “Parkour 101,” experts from New England England Parkour will give students a crash course in parkour, including the…See More
http://www.facebook.com/Javierperezjrwe will start at chinatown Josiah quincy school then work our way through cambridge....this is a one and a half day jam..also there will be 2 small competitions.. a speed challenge and a free style challenge...each event first place prize$100 dollars........see you thereSee More
BOSTON!Prepare for a mega jam the likes of which have never been documented in our fair city before!This will be a massive multi-state jam based in Boston, MA with Hub Freerunning. Best spots one day, and then a nice Gym session the next day at NESA.The itinerary looks like this:March 19th, a Saturday: Meet at Chinatown/Josiah Quincy School at 10 AM to start the jammage.Later in the day well heads through Tremont st's scaffolding and up to Suffolk College.Near the end of the day whoevers left…See More
I've been off parkour for a while and need to shake off some rust. Come by the Josiah Quincy School if you want to jam.The stop is on Tufts Medical Center, formerly New England Medical Center.My name is Edward and my number is 617-372-0690 if you need help finding us or the area.See More
The parkour group from Boston College will be hosting a jam at Chinatown, Joshua Quincy School on Saturday Oct. 16th. We plan on starting with a group warm-up (completely optional) followed by open training or 'jamming' for the remander of the time. BCPK welcomes everyone to join us in training at this amazing parkour training location. Beginners are very welcome as many of our members have plenty of experience to pass along as well as teach.Directions/pictures/ more information…See More
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Rob or Jeter is fine
Can you support the group with transportation? # of seats?
I have been involved with parkour for almost 3 years now even though I just started to go outside and do something about this parkour vision. I watch a bunch of videos and this sport is nuts but so fun!!! It is so much better than just plan old running. I give parkour a five star rating
Other Physical Disciplines:
martial arts, core training
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