THE PARKOUR AND FREERUNNING HANDBOOK PDF

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Shelves: non-fiction , sports I wanted to read a book on parkour and, well, this seems to be the only one in existence, so I made a discerning choice and picked it up.

The tautologically-titled Parkour and Freerunning Handbook is mainly a practical guide to the jumps and manouvres associated with parkour. I'm not sure the illustrations are overly-helpful, but the descriptions of the moves are clear and precise.

The documentary, 'Jump London', which you can watch on youtube, is probably more informative if you're interested in parkour's history.

I do wish Dan Edwardes had elicited some input from a physiotherapist in compiling this book. Although he's quick to point out the danger areas of parkour, the author seems to have only a loose grasp of physiology. On one page, he asserts that regular running is a great form of exercise, which Any physiotherapist is gonna tell you that running is hard on the body, and that's before you factor in jumping and diving over concrete surfaces.

A decent book for newbies looking to begin practising parkour, but it probably has limited appeal for everyone else.

It's essentially what you would expect from a Parkour and Freerunning handbook. I should say that this really isn't a handbook.

After learning terms and purposes of various movements in the first part of the book, the second half gives step-by-step, illustration-by-illustration instructions on how to do them. Mar 30, Alex added it.

Why I decided to read this book: I decided to read this book because I am interested in Parkour Which category on the bingo board this book completes: A book written by a male What I liked about this book and why: I liked this book because it told me practically everything I needed to know about parkour and how to do it and safely What I didn't like about this book and why: I liked the entire book Who I would recomend this book to and why: I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about pa Why I decided to read this book: I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about parkour because it tells you about parkour May 08, Lara Thompson rated it really liked it.

Clear instruction. Good place to start before paying for use of a parkour gym -- there's a lot of strength and conditioning to build up in the beginning that can happen pretty much anywhere. Actually, screw the gym, start here and maybe meet people outside to push further. Oct 28, Marcos Thadeu rated it liked it. Way too superficial as an introduction to parkour.

The Parkour and Freerunning Handbook

Felt more like a magazine then an actual book. Jan 14, Katie Robinson rated it really liked it. Parts of this book were pretty basic and repetitive but the tutorials were very effective. This is a good starting point to read over when you're first starting Parkour. Wish me luck as I attempt to become a Trauces! Dec 11, Jaguar rated it liked it.

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The first 30 pages weren't really needed, and really if anything, you could just start reading at page 80, which contains the picture tutorials. I liked the tutorials though they could have been better , and I would say that was my favorite of the book, while the rest I would have cared less. Jul 05, Charlie rated it really liked it. This book is an excellent primer, and I found it quite enjoyable and well-explained throughout.

I learned several new things, and immediately hopped on YouTube to see detailed video demos. Very helpful for starting traceurs, or those interested in understanding more about parkour.

Sep 20, Pascale rated it it was amazing. I finished this book last evening.

It is concise with detailed description of the basic moves. I really enjoyed it and I recommend it to anyone interested in Parkour.

Sep 27, Matthew rated it it was amazing. Loved it! Thought it had a lot of similarities to the philosophy of MovNat. Feb 17, Staci rated it it was ok. This serves as a good introduction to paramour but it's not the best teaching resource.

The Parkour and Freerunning Handbook

The teaching drawings are not always clear and paramour would be best be learned by actual practice. Jan 13, Jennifer rated it it was ok Shelves: It was fun to read about, but didn't give much instruction, and no training plan. But maybe he was trying to make a point about parkour being an individual's journey. Justin rated it it was amazing Sep 06, Liam D Haynes rated it it was amazing Jun 07, Daigo rated it it was amazing Jan 14, Matt Smith rated it liked it Mar 29, Shubham Jangra rated it did not like it Apr 12, Anna rated it really liked it Dec 31, Arslan rated it it was amazing Oct 01, Ben King rated it it was amazing May 30, Matthew Lockwood rated it liked it Nov 26, Renne Sairanen rated it it was amazing Apr 11, Tedthulhu rated it it was amazing May 02, Chris rated it liked it Mar 28, Phillip rated it it was amazing Jan 05, Mark rated it it was ok Jul 07, Doublen rated it really liked it Jun 04, Maddy rated it really liked it Aug 03, Ian Wilson rated it liked it Feb 07, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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How To. About Dan Edwardes.Although he's quick to point out the danger areas of parkour, the author seems to have only a loose grasp of physiology.

May 08, Lara Thompson rated it really liked it. May 31, Claire rated it liked it Recommended to Claire by: Liam D Haynes rated it it was amazing Jun 07, I liked the entire book Who I would recomend this book to and why: I wanted to read a book on parkour and, well, this seems to be the only one in existence, so Details if other:

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