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Parkour club

Ilan S.
user 13920939
San Diego, CA
Post #: 3
I started a parkour club at my high school this past week, but due to "liability issues" we are not allowed to actually train on campus, so the club at the moment is about meeting other traucers, possibly watching videos, and setting up days that we will meet at the local park, unassociated with the school. i'd like to change this to actually being able to train at school. does anybody have any advice for convincing the school/insurance to change their mind?
Stephen Richard H.
Azusa, CA
Post #: 3
That sounds like a liability thing. Schools have insurance for all types of things, But giving something people do a name will invalidate what the insurance will cover or not.

However, I doubt the school will stop you from rolling at high speeds and basic cartwheels. And when no one is looking, bust out something different.
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