Find your place in the community on the Scottsdale parkour forums

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We are excited to announce the opening of the Scottsdale Parkour Forums! With this announcement we would like to invite you to come be a part of the community, to learn and express the art of displacement known as parkour. As our little community grows we want to make sure we give everyone the resources to succeed in their trainings. The Scottsdale Parkour Forums will soon become one of the best ways to find local training spots, get in touch with the leaders of the community, and make new friends who share common interests of learning this incredible discipline.

To be a part of this awesomeness all you need to do is create your account and log in 😎 It’s super simple and no cost to you.

You can find the forums in the menu bar at the top of any page or you may click here to go strait to the forums

Scottsdale Parkour Freerunning has long been on the forefront of the Arizona parkour community. We have a passion for sharing parkour with the public because we believe it’s the first step in changing the general publics view on the sport. As any practitioner will tell you, parkour is often viewed as an activity for crazy people. With many videos surfacing of practitioners defying gravity and scaling  nauseating hight in pursuit of a thrill, it would be easy to label this discipline and reckless or dangerous. While there are extreme level athletes that hold the spot light of the sport, its basis is in being strong to be useful. Parkour’s original teachings and methodology are overcoming obstacles physical and mental to better ones self. Here at Scottsdale Parkour Freerunning we still believe in the original teachings of parkour, and we do our best to pass on these teachings to the next generation.

 

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Working at Arizona's first parkour specific gym teaching the next generation of traceurs to keep pushing the limits. I have a background in not only parkour and freerunning, but also engineering, video production, and automotive.

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