There are inherent dangers involved in training parkour, just as there are with all physical activities and pursuits. Taking part in parkour, especially without approaching it with the necessary respect and care it deserves, may involve the risk of damage to property, personal injury or death. Remember, parkour is not a competitive activity, so take you time and train for your own goals, leaving ego at the door. Please be sensible, controlled and measured in your approach to training.
The opinions held by the contributors of this website (including members of NZ Parkour), such as those regarding fitness requirements, training, safety protocols and other facets of parkour may be different from your own and each others. It is therefore imperative that you exercise your ability to judge for yourself whether you are capable of performing certain actions and can do so safely while protecting yourself against the inherent risks.
It is important that you develop a thorough understanding of parkour and how to train safely. It also important to know why you train and to take responsibility for your own actions in all circumstances.
NZ Parkour expects its members and viewers to train carefully within the limits of their own abilities.