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It seems from your description that you (your brain) has especially the fear from falling. You know rationally that the mattress is very soft, but your brain seem not to believe that. Maybe you haven't fall on it enough times? I think you could benefit from training judo falling techniques for a while. The more time you fall, the more your brain will be ...


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Speaking specifically from a training for Parkour angle weight training (up to a point) would not be destructive to your goals. Many advanced coaches and traceurs with exceptional jumping power recommend using squats to improve both impact absorption on landing and power output. With that said, if you're serious about Parkour or gymnastics you can lift ...


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Joshua, I think doing some weights a couple of times a week would be fine. My concern would be if you are lifting heavy weights every day and you bulk up too much. For gymnastics/Parkour you need to be strong, agile and flexible. Being too big will reduce your flexibility(range of movement) which could affect your agility. Having said that done in ...


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Joshua, Weight training is awesome. So is body weight training. If you're lifting below 300 lbs in a weight program such as Strong Lifts, it shouldn't interfere with your bodyweight training. However, once you start lifting really heavy weights, you might begin to see a decrease in your mobility and flexibility, which might hamper your bodyweight ...


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I haven't done any of those exercises; however, based on the design of the canes, it seems very plausible that balancing will be easier. From observation, the base of the cane is much wider than the height ( or human palms); as a result, it provides a solid balancing base for the user. Equally important is the width of the cane's top; the design is flat ...



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