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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Parkour Landing Research #2

Parkour Landing Research #2 The results of our initial research project showed that traceurs should continue to employ parkour style landing landing strategies (precision landings and rolls) rather than traditional toe-heel landings. We then wanted to find out what the differences were between traceurs and non-traceurs and do some preliminary investigation into the relationship between landing […]

What is true safety?

The difference between policy and education* The Health and Safety Reform Bill is currently before parliament (see more here and here). This reform to the current health and safety in employment act is taking place in an attempt to reduce workplace injury and death by 25% by 2020. That’s a worthy goal, a goal that everyone should support. […]

Parkour Landing Research

Parkour Landing Research In 2013, our CEO’s first research paper – Ground reaction forces and loading rates associated with parkour and traditional drop landing techniques – was published in the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine. The inspiration for this research project was the experience of parkour practitioners in NZ and around the world; traceurs whose stories all […]

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