Florida Parkour Summer Jams
Florida Parkour is holding FREE jams every other weekend this summer! Check out our events page for more info.
FLPK Miami Jam August 23rd!!
FLPK is hosting a Miami Jam on August 23rd. Come and check it out!
Carmen Amara Fitness Closed
Sadly Carmen Amara Fitness has closed as of July 1st. Classes will continue to be held at FIU. View our classes page for more details.
Miami's Parkour and Freerunning Community
Parkour and Freerunning
Parkour is the discipline of moving through your environment unimpeded by any obstacles that may appear in your path. It is based on the concept of "Natural Movement", and relies on the body's natural ability to adapt.
Freerunning incorporates flips and other acrobatics into your movement for artistic expression, and is very similar to parkour.
Miami Parkour is a group of parkour and freerunning communities located in South Florida and open to anyone who wants to learn and practice. We hold weekly meetups and offer a variety of classes, including personal training. We also do demonstrations, performances, and workshops.
Movement challenge for November 23rd:
30 reps of 10 steps QM, 5 Shoulder Rolls (5/side)
This week's skill: Kong Vaults
A two-handed vault where your feet pass through the space between your hands.
Practice increasing the distance of your landings from the vault. Use a chalk line to mark progress.
Find a sloped wall that starts at waist height and progresses upwards to practice higher kong vaults.
Land perfectly and with good form on a chalk line. Repeat five times, then move the chalk line farther. Do not sacrifice proper form for distance.
Jump from a chalk line in front of your obstacle. Repeat five times, then move the chalk line farther.
How We Train
Most outdoor Parkour is practiced on other people's property. Respect them! There is no benefit in ignoring people's requests for you to leave an area that belongs to them.
Whether it's the police or a security guard, it doesn't matter, listen to them! Be friendly and understanding, move on if they ask you, and don't talk back. What you do reflects on all Parkour practicioners.
Parkour can be dangerous. You are responsible for your own safety and well-being. Parkour is not about taking unnecessary risks or finding thrills on rooftops. Parkour is a mental discipline in which you train yourself to be useful in any situation. An injury hampers your ability to be useful.