Workshop – how to use a city
Developing a physical practice in relation to space
The main scope of this workshop will be to provide guidance in the development of
Elements that we are going to touch upo
Building strength, speed, power, velocity, softness, hardness, elasticity using as little elements as possible is a reality. Our complex systems need specific stimuli to adapt and develop motor intelligence. You will learn how to maximize the outcome of your session using natural movement and simple tools like hard floors, vertical walls
You will be exposed to methodologies on how to program your own training on a long-term, in a critical manner and the main elements to look after when thinking about periodization. The logic on how to program training coming from extensive scientific literature investigation will be provided. The meaning of strength in our everyday life will also be a matter of discussion and reflection.
Impacts managements – the air world
The participants will be exposed to the basic coordination needed for jumping and landing and to many technical details upon impacts management on any surface. This will allow for longer and healthier practices over time. You will learn how long it takes for the body to adapt to the hardest stimuli through the original concept of “hard prehab”.
In this section, bars will be used to explore the concepts of flow, rhythm and creative expression. A family of techniques will be presented to orient the practitioners in this world. All elements are part of a continuum that will explore attributes beyond mere skill acquisition.
Some modalities of investigation in artistic research will be taught in order to perceive affordances in space differently and to develop personal critical capacity.
The oldest and deepest layers of building a body lay in a wide array of situations that can be organized in different games. In this section, we will observe problem buildings methodologies, the PIA (preparation->imagination->application) triad, games’ theory, tools for city exploration and adventuring, how to develop a vision to scan the space with new eyes. There is a huge world to discover, hidden inside this qualitative approach. Not everything in life can be measurable via reps and sets.
You will get an in-depth knowledge of what balancing principles are, as well as the different scenarios, objects, and situations that can be used to develop this skill.
We will observe static and dynamic balance routines as well as riddles, mounts, tips and safety procedures to effectively deal with
Understanding fear via height exposure
We will explore the world of risk management as a potentiating tool for growth and as a mean to produce long-term memories and long-lasting motor learning solutions. Moreover, particular attention will be placed on what fear actually is, its powers, its dangers and how it can be channeled to trigger personal development. Breathing techniques, partner drills, awareness, and proprioceptive exercises will be part of this authentic experience.
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A day like many others and a day like no others in the @streetmovementdk terrains. A brief description of some themes touched in this masterclass: The RAMPT: a modified approach to an evidence-based warm up applied to parkour. The importance of a Medias Res Beginning. Immortal games - oriented towards attributes development. Emotional control via height exposure: Qi Gong vs KIAI! Simple objects as potent tools for development. Ring of fire training. Dealing with pressure and space awareness - the “sixth sense” or the “third eye”. LTD: A reasoned and critical approach to a long-term development physical preparedness. If interested in planning a workshop in your lands contact me via email (check my bio). Thanks to all those taking part and @juliusmovement for assisting. It was a pleasure witnessing your commitment, interest and the depth of the questions asked. @mkallesoe @thaishvid @pandajumps @oliver_thorpe @ruffyard and all the others.. One love guys! Now back in my HQ and soon off for the movement camp to meet again with some of my teachers, biggest inspirations and critical thinkers out there. #parkour #practice #movement #movementculture #parkourwave
…More workshops will soon be available.