FREE-RUNNING instructors of ‘Street Motion’ have launched sessions in Plymouth for the first time.
Free-running is an action-filled sport which involves moving through the surrounding environment, passing over obstacles with speed, fluidity and power. The sport requires no expensive equipment to get started. All you will need is some jogging bottoms and some decent trainers.
The classes are taught at Lipson Community College by instructors Dominic Rott and Darryl Syms. “The Classes are all aimed at beginners. If you are relatively fit and can run and jump then you will be able to do it.”
This activity is very new to Plymouth and the classes have only been running for a few weeks. Classes are on a Tuesday afternoon from 4.30pm.
Classes for 8-15-year-olds are held from 4.30pm till 5.30pm. Classes for people aged 16+ are held from 5.30pm till 6.30pm. Each session costs £5.