Rollabolla is one of the simplest training devices for balance I’ve ever tried (except for fences and stones). It’s simply a board and a pipe.
You simply place the board on the pipe, stand on top of it and try to balance while the pipe tries to roll under the board.
Start with your feet about a shoulder width apart, and make it increasingly difficult by putting your feet closer together on the board. If you’re the adventurous type you can try doing a handstand on it or putting two on top of each other.
Have you tried this or do you have other ideas on how to use it? Please let us know in the comment section below!
After moving to Stavanger a couple of years ago I was lucky enough to already know some people in the parkour-community in Stavanger. The community has a decent size with around 260 members in the facebook group, but I would say there’s less than 30 people training actively, at least in Stavanger city. We also have a website: http://www.stavangerparkour.net
It’s a nice group of people ranging from absolute beginners to quite proficient athletes in ages from 5 – 50 years old. Most training sessions are announced on the group and is free for all, and there’s also a session each and every Sunday at 2 p.m.
On Sundays we meet up at Stavanger Cathedral and move from there to another spot after about 15 minutes.
One of the key persons in this community is Kenneth, an energetic and compassionate person with a lot of drive and passion for parkour. He is one of the moderators on the facebook group and his contact details is listed on the website.
If you want to try out parkour or have some new trainingbuddies, don’t hesitate to join the group, show up on Sunday or contact me or one of the other persons listed on http://www.stavangerparkour.net