founder / Owner / Coach d:0-6
Dillon’s passion for Parkour began in 2013 after discovering Jesse Laflair’s YouTube content with a group of his high school friends. In 2015 he was introduced to the Parkour Community and began to travel to learn all that he could about new movements. His parkour pilgrimage ended with his return from the Iceland Parkour community. In 2018 he wanted to build up his own community to be like those he had seen. Inlet Parkour was opened in September of that year.
Dillon’s training style is inspired by the technical precision and power of the Parkour team Storror, the creativity and style of Tempest Freerunning’s original pro team, and the mental discipline of Parkour’s founding members known as the Yamakazi. Big Jumps, vaults, bars, practicality, power, exploration, and mental strength all define his style of movement.
In his coaching he focuses on very precise technique to help make very powerful challenges feel natural. For his students he focuses on eliminating doubt and fear through honesty and accountability. Simultaneously showing them how to discover the basic driving forces of our human needs for motivation. For each level that his students’ progress through, they earn a higher standard for what is acceptable in their training. This ensures that as the risks get higher, the ability to mitigate those risks tags right along with it. With 10 years of parkour experience Dillon is qualified to teach any beginner and intermediate skills, as well as advanced jumping, vaults, balancing, and bails.
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Logan’s passion for Parkour began in late 2016 after a chance encounter with Dillon. Beginning in middle school, he has been training for over 7 years before becoming a coach at Inlet Parkour 2 years ago.
Logans training style is geared towards large jumps with a focus on standing precisions and ghost-steps. He is also well versed in the basics of Freerunning, as the early program requirements for the Bravo Company classes back in 2019 required a mastery over side, front, and backflips. He continues to work on breaking bigger jumps while turning some of his attention back towards his Freerunning skills.
Logan specializes in developing some of the most fundamental skills of Parkour. Standing jumps, strides, rolls, and bounce backs for safety. He directs his attention towards physical self-control in the early levels of his program while developing the power and mental skills needed to progress through the higher levels. With 8 years of parkour experience he is certified to teach a variety of beginner skills and bails.
Michael’s passion for Parkour began in late 2016 after coming to Dillon as a result of an advertisement he had seen at his dance studio. Along with dance he has been training parkour for 7 years and has picked up coaching in the last year.
Growing up in the dance world, Michael’s mindset on Parkour has always been explored as an art form. Engaging primarily with the Freerunning side of training his favorite set of skills involves off axis flipping and deep understanding of the core fundamentals of Parkour.
Michael’s coaching style pertains to his company of Zulu students. Teaching a valuable understanding of coordination and spatial awareness for kids ages 4-7, he holds a lighthearted class that keeps his young students on their feet while training them to build relationships with peers, team building, overall physical strength, and a strong mindset that they can do anything.