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What is Explore Parkour ?
We are an online training site for people who teach and/or enjoy movement and wish to learn more.
Become a better mover, become a better human
Give your training a different perspective
Explore more by choosing one of our tiers to help make you a more well rounded practitioner or movement coach!
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The starter’s guide will help you understand how we organize our content and how to use it!
Also known as: Cat, Arm Jump, Cat JumpMovement Pieces The basic sequence of micro-transitions in this move is… - Like a Precision Jump, start with your toes at the edge of the obstacle. Squat - close to 1/3 - and bring your arms down and back as you lean forward -...
Essentials GoalTo have the most points at the end of all rounds. ChallengeYou have limited time to find your challenge and limited attempts to complete the found challenges. SpaceA large enough space with enough obstacles for players to find challenges. More players...
Part 2: Micro-transitions While you hear the term “flow” thrown around a lot in Parkour, it is an aspect of movement that can be elusive without targeted practice. This series aims to clear up some of the misunderstandings that exist around conservation of momentum...
Explore Parkour Features
Different angles and slow mo to help you analyze and breakdown different techniques.
If English is your second language, we will be translating and making our content available in many different languages, like Portuguese. The next languages coming are Spanish and Turkish!
Learn how to infuse concepts into the physical, mental and technical aspects of your training or classes.
Learn about different aspects of movement and training with informational and humorous footnotes.
Training can be difficult but that doesn’t mean it can’t also be fun! Our archive of games can help include training concepts and practices in a fun way to your community training or classes.
See how different techniques are related to each other so you can find and progress your movement vocabulary in a logical way.
Learn at your own pace
Explore ways to achieve your movement goals and more
By understanding the 3 foundations in Parkour you will be able to assess yourself and create a roadmap to improve and track your progress.
Become a better coach
Become a more elegant, effecient and enjoyable instructor.
Through various articles, drills, videos, peer feedback and self reflection see what ways you can learn and continue your education as a movement instructor.
Increase your potential
Explore our technical, conceptual and physical database
As you increase and develop your technical, conceptual and physical capacities you will be able to unlock new understandings and functional abilities for your practice and life.
Jesse Danger - The Movement Creative
“Jereme’s passion for movement is matched by his passion for sharing it. What I’ve noticed is that I consistently perform better when and while I train with him – his attitude and ideas bringing out the best in me.
He is a wellspring of ideas to improve my training as well as ones to improve my coaching.”
Dan Coyle - Coyle Outside
“Jereme and Explore Parkour ran all of our outdoor Parkour camps in 2019 and consistently got amazing reviews from participants and their families. Jereme was professional, passionate and genuine and we hope to work with him and Explore Parkour in 2020 and beyond.”
“Jereme is an excellent teacher and facilitator of movement. He has the ability to break down complex movement patterns in a way that make them digestible for newcomers and experienced athletes alike.
His approach to coaching and overall ability to distill patterns of movement into simple exercises, has helped me tremendously on how to increase my body awareness and ability to learn new skills aswell as improving on old ones.
This combined with his very warm and helpful spirit makes him a joy to be coached by. “
“I first met Jereme about two months in to my parkour training, and he has played a tremendous part in moulding me into the athlete and person I am today.
I find the way he explains and demonstrates very easy to take on board and put in to practice, and I certainly would not have learnt as quickly as I did without him there!
His own movement is liquid magic to watch, and this alone is great inspiration. I enjoy his incorporation of old school parkour mentality, and know that he puts a tremendous amount of effort into researching his programs.
He has taught me so many unique moves and I often think of his creativity when I’m devising a route.
Alongside this he is a funny, wise and unique character who has been a great friend, I’m very lucky that we crossed paths and so would anyone else be that does so.”