Stealth methods and swift movements are the specialties of a Ninja. Ever thought you could feel like a Ninja? We are going to provide you the perfect blend of Parkour and Freerunning movements with Calisthenics. Our training area is divided into different zones that help you work on different aspects of Ninja training. This program is designed for intermediate to advanced athletes and we expect the members to be of relatively fit in terms of strength. Members for this training are selected only after gauging their fitness level during the trial session which occur every alternate weekend and can be booked here.
Junior Ninja Movement Training(Junior NMT): Age 6 to 12
Ninja Movement Training(NMT): Age 13 onwards
NMT Bi-Monthly(16 Sessions, Validity 67 Days): INR 6600/-
NMT Half-Yearly(48 Sessions, Validity 200 Days): INR 17000/-
Junior NMT Bi-Monthly(24 Sessions, Validity 67 Days): INR 6000/-
Junior NMT Half-Yearly(72 Sessions, Validity 200 Days): INR 15000/-
Parkour Fitness or Parkour Conditioning prepares a healthy body in terms of Strength, Stamina, Endurance, Mobility and Agility. It goes without saying that the fitness developed in traditional weight lifting gyms is incapable of providing this wholesome mix of the different aspects of fitness in the right proportions. It’s simply incomplete in so many aspects. Conditioning can take the form of simple workouts, such as quadrupedal movement, squats, crunches, pushups and pullups, or they can be more challenging, such as muscle ups, clap push-ups, pistol squats. No matter if you are a beginner or a seasoned athlete, this program challenges your body with rigorous conditioning. It is designed for enhancing the capabilities of your body in terms of strength, stamina, endurance, mobility and flexibility. Its training regimen includes fundamentals of Parkour, Animal Flow, Self Defense techniques and lots of creative dynamic floor body weight workouts and bar workouts which break the monotony and provide new workouts to look forward everyday to have fun with.
Bi-Monthly(40 Sessions, Validity 67 Days): INR 7500/-
Half-Yearly(120 Sessions, Validity 200 Days): INR 19000/-
Freestyle sessions are great opportunities for you to come down and try out the various areas at our facility. These sessions are unstructured, so you’re free to play around on whatever takes your fancy. All our members can avail special discount of 50% for any number of sessions. We provide only assistance with the setup and using the obstacles but training is not provided. Give us a call at least a day in advance and we’ll confirm the availability of the facility.
Single Session(Duration: 90 min):
For Chaos Faktory Members: INR 200/-
For Non Members: INR 400/-
Pack of 3 Sessions(90 min each): INR 900/-
Verify if we don't have a class as per our schedule. Give us a call at +91-9844818822 to book an appointment and drop in.
This program is available only to highly committed individuals with undying passion and focused goals. No matter if you want to develop super crazy Ninja skills in relatively lesser time span or attain giant weight loss targets, if we get the commitment from you, we promise to make every session of your training worth it. Give us a call and we'll arrange one on one meeting with one of our trainers to gauge your requirements and commitment level.
Which program is best suited for me?Depends on your requirement. If you are willing to work on your fitness and also attain few interesting skills alongside, Parkour Fitness is the right one for you where you get to sweat it out five days a week to understand and learn multiple disciplines of movement, get stronger, faster, flexible and become fit overall. If you think you are at a good enough fitness level and want to attain Ninja skills, Ninja Movement Training is the option for you where you will be working on techniques for Parkour, Freerunning and Calisthenics movements. Remember, when fitness meets right techniques, movements uncover. Hence work on your fitness on your own throughout the week or join our Parkour Fitness batch in addition and we shall prepare you better with the fundamentals and get you faster progress.
Will I become flexible if i Join the Parkour Fitness program?Every session ends with at least 10-15 min stretching and cool down giving you good relaxation and bringing you good amount of flexibility over time.
I want to build my upper body strength and work on overall fitness. Which program is the best for me ?Parkour Fitness. You will see greater amounts of progress in your level of strength in a shorter time. We have plenty of members gaining massive benefits out of this program.
I haven’t been working out in a while, I am not sure if your programs are for me?Doesn’t matter if you have worked out earlier or not. Fitness is not about knowing or being able to do any workout well enough. It’s about getting better from where you are and raising it to next level. Parkour Fitness is a group session and our Fitness and Movement experts explain every workout in detail, break it down to your level, so you know what you are putting your body through, be present in the moment and feel your workout. You will be involved physically and MENTALLY.
I am travelling for some time and won’t be able to attend classes. Does my sessions get wasted in my temporary absence?2 months pack has one week of recovery sessions. If you are going away for any reason, then, we can freeze one week for you in addition which means you totally get 2 weeks to recover your sessions. 6 months pack has three weeks of recovery sessions. If you are going away for any reason, then, we can freeze two weeks for you in addition which means you totally get 5 weeks to recover your sessions.
If I miss my weekend Ninja Movement Training session, can I recover it during the weekday sessions?Yes you can. The syllabus that is taught on Saturday and Sunday gets carried over to Monday and Wednesday. So depending on when you plan to recover the missed session, you either get to work on a new syllabus or repeat the syllabus from the previously attended session. The more you repeat under guidance, the better you get. Inform us in prior if you plan to attend recovery sessions during other batches.
I don’t get enough time for drilling my skills taught in Ninja Movement Training program. How do I catch up?Ninja Movement Training is the Skill learning program where we work on movements one at a time, understand them, drill them, correct them and improvise them. Obviously, movement training is all about repetition of right technique. Hence we have the Freestyle Open Session option where you can come in and drill what you have learnt. Members avail 50% off on the Freestyle Open Session (1.5hrs) fee.
I am a trained athlete and already know stuff. Can I just come over and use the facility for drilling or learning by myself?Yes you can. Call us up and book your Freestyle Open Session with us.
Best Crossfit Gyms in Bangalore
Crossfit is gaining momentum in India and Bangalore is one of the leading ground. At this point, there are at least 20 crossfit gyms in Bangalore and at least 100 gyms which have crossfit as one of the training programs. Because of the massive branding of crossfit, these gyms manage to charge as much as 10k INR a month from the fitness enthusiasts in Bangalore who don’t worry about the pocket. But do they provide a wholesome fitness?
But are the creators of Crossfit gaining from all these? Let’s look at the cost of getting certified into a Crossfit trainer. It costs as much as 1 lakh if done in India and even more if from abroad. One advantage it certainly has from business point of view is that it doesn’t need a lot of fancy expensive equipment’s. Just few barbells and weight plates are good enough to start a crossfit gym. This makes it even more lucrative as business.
Here is the take of calisthenics expert and YouTube star training pal:
Spending lots and lots of time with other people from calisthenics community made me realize this commonly shared viewpoint: what the hell are cross fitters doing? Although overall I think that is a good approach, sometimes we need to look on things from the perspective of others and try to understand how they think. Big part of crossfit is competing and trying to do the workout as quickly as possible. Winning in any competition is not only done by training harder, but also smarter than others. Crossfit Games are trying to find out who is the strongest, the fastest and the fittest but to be able to compare anything, there has to be a strict set of rules. Training smart means optimizing the movements as much as you can, but staying within the rules. If you are trying to do the most pull ups in 60 seconds you need to know what is considered a pull up by the rules If getting your chin above the bar is all you need to do, there's no point of going any further than that. It wouldn't be optimal and would make your result worse. From a perspective of bodyweight purist, the pull ups that they do are cringy. However we have to look into the rules of crossfit games and what they consider a pull up. If all they care about is bringing your chin over the bar and extending the arms at the bottom, then butterfly pull ups are the most optimal way of doing that. You keep the momentum, by doing the pull up in a circular fashion and this way you can do one after another without stopping. Regular pull up looks more like that. Your center of mass goes up and down and at the bottom you need to slow down the body, stop, and then go back up. It is not as optimal as circular motion. The same goes for other exercises, for example, handstand pushups on rings. It is extremely difficult skill and I was surprised to see it as a part of the workout. You can see most of the athletes struggling a lot to do couple of reps, but some were just flying through them. It looks kind of ridiculous the way they're doing them, but if the rules just say that you need to extend your elbows at the top, don't bend your knees and don't use legs to help yourself, then curving your body like crazy and doing almost a bench press-like move will be the easiest way to perform the exercise. It is all about finding a loophole in the rules and using it to do the reps using the least energy. I was trying out that method you can see that I did 5 reps without much struggle, but when trying to do the push up without bending too much I barely did one rep. And it wasn't perfect form either. If both would be counted as correct rep, why would you go for the perfect form? Swinging and kipping is another thing, whether it's muscle ups or handstand pushups on parallettes. As far as rules are concerned a rep is counted when you extend your arms at the top of each move. So you want to use your legs to help you as much as you can, this way you use less energy for each rep and can go through the workout quicker. Those micro adjustments in the technique are often what decides whether you win or lose, so it's super important to learn to optimize as much as you can, even if it means cheating the move. So basically, what I'm trying to say here is 'don't hate the player, hate the game'. So basically, what I'm trying to say here is 'don't hate the player, hate the game'. If the rules of the games would say that only perfect form is accepted, we wouldn't see people training kipping or swinging, because it would be unnecessary. These guys are beasts and super athletes and they try to learn how to perform the moves in the most efficient way, even if they aren't aware of it at the beginning.
While the branding has made Crossfit the next big and cool thing to do, it’s actually providing incomplete fitness which is highly prone to injuries. Calisthenics on the other hand focuses on the form and develops wholesome fitness by facilitating working on the weaknesses and bringing balance in the physiology in the right proportions ensuring the functional abilities of the body are enhanced progressively. Bangalore remains the hot market for these cross fitters. I have seen more guys injuring themselves in crossfit gyms that benefitting from it the primary reason being competition which induces the pressure to perform and hence compromising the form and safe limits. Slip disk is common among cross fitters.