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On Parkour Instruction & Coaching - PK India

Are you searching for someone to 'teach' you Parkour? If so, it's possible that you're barking up the wrong tree. Take a look at this article to get a grip on what's happening in some cases, with Parkour Training and Instruction in India. If you find a teacher willing to teach you parkour, take a look at some of the pointers and questions at the end of this post.

Open Training Weekend

Chennai Parkour is open to people who want to start training with us on this weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) at 5.30PM. If you're a novice to Parkour, this is your time to start off...

Contact Susheel at 9962028747 for details.

Its in the mix

Here's what you get when you put Daniel Ilabaca, a few of his friends, Skateboards, Rollerblades, and Parkour in a bottle and shake 'em all up...

We're accepting contributions

The Chennai Parkour group is growing in number and skill, and we're in need of equipment. The regular patrons - people who are practicing with us at least once a week - are going to start contributing a minimum of Rs. 100/- (there's no limit on how much you can contribute, but going below Rs. 100/- would make us look like cheapskates) each month towards a fund for equipment such as crash mats, vaulting horses and God knows what else. We expect that this effort will lead to a minimum collection of Rs. 12,000/- by January 2011.

Coming up soon...

For all of you who have been waiting for the Beginners Jam, we have good news. We'll be announcing a program in the next couple of days intended for mid-November. Hopefully this will be a more comprehensive session compared to our last two beginners' sessions, so start getting in shape guys... :D

For those of you who have not already left your contact details with us, DO IT RIGHT NOW!

Watch this space in the next two days.

More Glorious Parkour Crashes

Some old, and new ways to crash. Remember that falls like these are quite 'normal' when you're training for Parkour. However the more you train safely, within your limits, the less you're likely to fail bigger jumps. And "more" is something like thousands of times, not dozens of times.

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