Parkour has become increasingly popular in the United States in the past decade or so. While it is heavily represented in action movies, such as the James Bond films, it has also become popular as an activity, or hobby, as well.
Master Sensei Raymond Butler didn't become a Guinness World Record holder by accident. He fully committed himself to being the very best he could be, and now he has brought that same burning desire and intense dedication to Gymja Warrior.
At Gymja Warrior, we have many classes, such as our Gymja Warrior, Parkour, Tricking and Tumbling classes. In these classes, we teach students how to challenge themselves mentally and physically, how to be disciplined in their practice and how to get highly active. These are all taught in a safe and fun environment, as positive experiences with exercise really help younger people’s development. How much do these classes affect your children? How beneficial are these afterschool programs? Here are some ways that programs help after school hours positively affect students in the long-term.
For people who are not familiar with Parkour, the idea of it can be somewhat intimidating. The Parkour philosophy, however, is one of overcoming fear, solving problems and accomplishing the goals that you set for yourself.