Get Up That Wall! Mastering the Parkour Climb-Up

Get Up That Wall! Mastering the Parkour Climb-Up: A Beginner’s Guide to Parkour Climb-up

The first thing you need to understand when it comes to getting up the parkour climb is that there are many different types of climbing techniques. There are also various styles of climbing which include rock climbing, ice climbing, free soloing and so on. These types of climbing techniques differ from each other because they require different skills. You have to learn these different climbing techniques before you can start learning how to get up the parkour climb.

If you want to master all the different types of climbing techniques, then you will have to practice them until your fingers bleed. However, if you choose not to practice any type of climbing technique or if you don’t like practicing some kind of climbing technique, then it won’t make much difference whether it’s rock climbing or ice climbing or whatever. You will still be unable to move up the parkour climb.

You have to go through the training period of practicing all kinds of climbing techniques before you can start mastering one specific type of climbing technique. For example, if you want to learn how to jump off a building, then you must practice jumping off buildings until your hands bleed. That’s how you actually get better at it.

Mastering the climbing techniques for parkour is vital if you want to move up the parkour climb. It’s important to know that there are many different types of climbing techniques and that you need to learn all of them before you can start mastering one specific type of climbing technique.

Before you can start climbing, you must first master jumping off of a building.

Sources & references used in this article:

Parkour and freerunning: Discover your possibilities by J Witfeld, IE Gerling, A Pach – 2011 – books.google.com

Teaching Parkour Sports in School Gymnastics: A Practical Handbook of Parkour & Freerunning Instruction for Indoor Gymnastics Classes with Children and … by S Rochhausen – 2011 – books.google.com

The Ultimate Parkour & Freerunning Book: Discover your possibilities by IE Gerling, A Pach, J Witfeld – 2013 – books.google.com

Feasibility and students’ preliminary views on parkour in a group of primary school children by J Fernández-Río, C Suarez – Physical Education and Sport …, 2016 – Taylor & Francis

Pregled posta by NAKTIZA DODAT, KSMVO PARKOURU – blog.dnevnik.hr