Youth Parkour is at the core of HUB: classes for ages 6-17 and every skill level in between.
Classes are fully structured and designed to have students engaged 100% of class - no lines, waiting around, and full energy the whole time.
Being the first stage of development at Hub, Beginner Classes are designed to give students a foothold in the world of Parkour. By focusing on basic movements and drilling technique, we help to develop the confidence beginners need to be successful.
Practice Makes Progress
This is where students will start to practice more advanced and technical movements, access their full range of power, connect skills together, work at heights and with mental strength challenges.
Intermediate will also start to touch on the acrobatic and free running elements of practice.
A student should be showing full mastery over the elements and skills presented within Intermediate and an ability to create with their movement.
Advanced will also show students the importance of self directed training, so a student entering this level needs to be trusted with the open practice time they work with in this class.
Parkour classes are for students who love to jump, climb, and explore their environment.
Parkour at Hub is a journey of fun, self-discovery, and conquering challenges. Wherever you begin in the process our coaches are here to help you progress into becoming a competent athlete and make your dreams of movement come true.
Coaches sit down weekly and figure a weekly theme that bonds all levels of classes to one facet of training. From there, the coaches take those concepts + skills to break them down into Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced class plans to give not only a well rounded lesson, but something new and weird each week.
Class Activities Include:
Floor Is Lava
Obstacle CourseS & more!
WHAT IS PARKOUR? /pärˈko͝or/
The activity or sport of moving rapidly through an area, typically in an urban environment, negotiating obstacles by running, jumping, and climbing.
It has its origins in France through the teachings of George Hubert in La Méthode Naturelle. This focus on efficient movement was widely adopted by the French military.
David Belle, the founder of Parkour as a discipline, grew up in the streets of Lisse. He was taught how to move from his father Raymond, who spent his youth in the French Military.
With the rise of the Internet, Youtube made it possible to share different techniques and styles of movement. This helped to spread Parkour to the world stage and now it is one of the fastest growing sports of our generation.