Parkour Landing Research

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 seemed to add up to the same thing: “Parkour landings feel and look so much better than the traditional landings that I used to do.”

We’ve taken the key findings from the published paper and turned it into this easy to read infographic that you can share. If you want more detailed information about the study, just click the link above and read the full article. Enjoy!

– NZ Parkour

Parkour vs Traditional Landings

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  • maria on January 8, 2018

    i like the parkour sport and i will join the parkour courses. thank for sharing the more information of parkour freerunning sports and technique.

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