DIY Versatile Parkour Gym Equipment

Overview of Parkour Gym

Parkour has become more and more popular over the years. With the excitement, cool-factor, and accessibility to course building materials, it’s easy to see why.

The concept of parkour is getting from point A to point B as creatively and effectively as possible. Running, climbing, jumping, and rolling are just a few techniques a traceur (practicer of parkour) uses to traverse the cityscape. With the rising popularity of parkour, many gyms solely dedicated to the concept have begun popping up around the world.

If you’re reading this with the intention of starting your own gym or adding new obstacles to an existing gym, you’ll need the right equipment. Building large and safe parkour structures can be a daunting task. Luckily, there’s an easy solution that will ensure your obstacles are durable and strong, but also allow complete customization and versatility.

Kee Klamp structural pipe fittings have been around for almost one-hundred years and have been used in numerous applications including railings, clothing racks, bed frames, art show displays, table frames, and yes, even parkour structures. Their modular design allows the pipe to be joined without the need for special equipment or welding. Kee Klamps are easy to adjust so you can always add or remove elements on your existing parkour structures.

Need some inspiration? Check out the following setup for The SupaNinja Lair located in Sarnia, Ontario Canada.

The SupaNinja Lair's Awesome Parkour Project

Kee Klamp is great for larger structures, as you can see, and allows for many different configurations. This particular setup includes a cargo climbing net and monkey bars as well as ample space below for other activities. It is mainly constructed out of the following basic Kee Klamp fittings:

These are the most common fittings for parkour projects, however, there is an extensive line of Kee Klamp fittings that can make designing almost any parkour project incredibly simple.

A Few Additional Pictures of The SupaNinja Lair's Parkour Setup

Wide Shot of Parkour Setup

Baby Ninja Parkour Gym Setup

Triangle Frame for Parkour

Parkour Bars

Information on The SupaNinja Lair

The SupaNinja Lair provides NinjaSport and ninja obstacle training for participants aged eighteen months and older. They offer NinjaZone classes, teen ninja, classes, teen ninja classes, open gyms, birthday parties, group bookings, camps, and competitions.

Here’s what Scott from the SupaNinja Lair had to say about working with Simplified Building on his projects:

"Simplified Building... has done 4 projects for us thus far (Portable high bar, kids' monkey bars, 3ft lache bars, and RealLife Rig Extension). Daniel made the whole process so simple. I would forward some hand drawn sketches and photos if needed. Daniel would plug everything into the rendering software and send back the project plan to me. I would approve or ask for any modifications... It really was a smooth process each and every time."

Need Assistance in Building Your Own Parkour Gym Equipment?

Do you have an idea for a parkour structure, but don't know how to bring it to life? With Kee Klamp fittings and pipe, you can build a custom parkour structure in a short period of time that can allow you to show off your ninja skills like never before!

If you have a parkour structure idea in mind but you aren’t sure how to build it, then feel free to reach out to our team for free design assistance. We’ve helped countless Kee Klamp customers design and assemble their projects over many years. We would love to play a part in bringing your project to life!

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