Common Injureies that occoure in Parkour
Four common risk factors that are related to parkour would be: weather, people surroundings the area, in parkour its not arranged or professional most of the time it so there are no officials no rules and no first-aiders, just people going out to do things that are maybe out of there skill set i have seen this often the simple way of minimizing these risks would be either not to train in the weather conditions or simply find a gym or local group to help you work up to your full potential and this should tick all the above boxes.
Four common injures in pakour would be the cracking or breaking of bones,pulling or tearing of ligaments and tendons, cartilage reduction and blisters here is a parkour video that shows the dangers that could occure
some of the symptoms of these would be is you have teared a ligament or tendon slowly you will have slowly increasing pain if you don't take rest and keep putting this of this could lead to you needing a operation to sow your tendons and ligaments back right even after the nine moths rest you will need after the operation you will not be back to your full health and potential it will take hours and hours of stretching and rehabilitation also another a sign of broken bones could be soreness or swelling itchiness.blisters are common when climbing or any thing to do with your hands these are visible sore or swollen the only treatment for most parkour injuries would be rest and the only way to prevent these injures are to train strengthen your legs arms skin muscles to absorbs the impact of all the heavy duty landings and symptoms of cartilage loss would be soreness and constant pain in the affected area mainly knees.it is down to you to to know when you have a problem. because parkour is usually a street sport you preform off your own back, but if you are taking part in a session then the head coach will call you a ambulance if he thinks you need one the doctor will treat you.a broken bone will take 6 weeks to heal fully tendon and ligament damage could last any where up to 12 months depending on how sever you have damaged it and finally cartilage is irreplaceable and the only thing you can do to counter act this is to strengthen the muscles around the joint