Frequently Asked Questions
Free Parkour Class Every Friday at 5:00PM
What Is Parkour?
Parkour is a form of movement that helps train the body how to overcome obstacles mentally and physically. It builds confidence and coordination.
Parkour is a training discipline using movement that developed from military obstacle course training. Practitioners aim to get from one point to another in a complex environment, without assistive equipment and in the fastest and most efficient way possible.
What Do I Wear To The Gym?
If you are going to be training on the trampoline or foam pit areas, no shoes are allowed. No sharp objects such as belts or watches. Standard gym dress code will suffice such as shorts or sweat pants, (No Jeans), and a T-shirt or tank top are recommended. Shoes must be worn when training on the wooden parkour obstacles or the bar areas.
What Do I Need For My First Class?
Just a good pair of shoes and a positive attitude! Also please fill out the waiver form before coming to the gym or show up 10 minutes early to complete the sign-up process. Our waiver can be filled out online by clicking Here
What Is A Good Parkour Shoe?
Shoes with less tread and sticky rubber on the sole are recommended. Lighter shoes with more padding are good for new athletes, please avoid shoes that have more than an inch or so of foam. Remember you want to be able to grip what you are standing on with your toes!
What Is Open Gym?
Open gym is a time for any skill level athlete to train and practice whatever they want in the gym. The entire gym is open and available. Open gym is monitored by a Stoic staff member to ensure safety. Open gym pricing is $10 for the first hour and $5 for every hour after.
What Can I Expect In Parkour Class?
First off, expect to have fun! We begin with a warm-up and then move into the current lesson plan. We always end with conditioning, cool down, and stretching session. We have 3 different class levels.