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Parkour And Freerunning / Re: PKGen's ADAPT Certification Officially Begins
« on: February 10, 2010, 03:07:23 PM »
Hey everybody.

I just wanted to touch base to let the State of Indiana know that we now have a certified and recognised Parkour Instructor available to us.

Ayren Steuerwald has recently returned from the UK after taking the long awaited A.D.A.P.T. certification Training brought forward by Parkour UK, Parkour Generations and Majestic Force.

Along with Ayren Steuerwald in the course graduates were Sebastian Foucan,  Joseph Boyle, as well as several other students whose names will be recognized in the next post.
Ayren is currently trying to follow the Parkour standard set by the governing bodies that created the certification and wanting to develop a strong Parkour presence in Indiana and the surrounding States.
Hard work, dedication and a strong sense of positive forward direction are the goals that we want to maintain, as well as freedom of creative thought and the mastery of movement.
The A.D.A.P.T. Training was a huge success and will help put Parkour in venues of practice and participation that would not have normally been reached without proper certification and reputable backing. Congratulations to all who made the effort to get to the training and congratulations to all who passed this monumental task.
Ayren currently teaches at A Plus Gymnastics in Noblesville Indiana and has become the first instructor to assist the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department in there Physical Training with the implementation of Parkour.
B.A.S.E. Fitness will be the new entity to be focused on the primary attributes of Parkour and will strive to provide a common ground for traceurs of all levels in the future.
B.A.S.E. stands for Balance Agility Strength  Endurance.
Hopefully we can all train safe, hard and dilligently to help the Art Du Deplacement grow and become a movement that is both recognised and respected by all who encounter it practitioners.

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