DISCIPLINES

BMX

 

Life is like riding a bicycle. To maintain balance you have to move. (Albert Einstein)

BMX is the acronym for "Bicycle Motocross", it is part of extreme acrobatic sports and is made up of five subdisciplines: street, park, vert, racing, and flatland. The history of BMX begins in 1974 in the USA with David and Todd Bankskatando in the first self-built ramps and in pools of abandoned houses.

SKATEBOARDING

All skateboarding is, is putting ideas into action. (Marc Johnson)

Skateboarding was born in the 60s in California to be able to surf even without rough seas. The shape of the skateboard changes over time from the penny to the cruiser to the board we know now. It spreads in Italy in the early 90s, especially in the big cities where many kids practice Street Skating and later spreads thanks to the construction of Skate park and the organization of events on an international level.

PARKOUR

Parkour teaches you to be sure of what you are able to do. (David Belle) .

Parkour is the so-called "art of movement", it consists in the ability to adapt one's movements to urban and non-urban obstacles. This discipline was born in the suburbs of Paris in the late 1980s, thanks to David Belle, and today it is one of the most practiced urban disciplines worldwide

URBAN ART

Some people want to make the world a better place. Some people want to make the world a better looking place.
(Banksy)

Graffiti originated from young people in the early 70s in New York as a means of communicating the distress of poor neighborhoods. Today street art, rather than graffiti, is an object of interest for galleries and museums. The tools of the trade are sprays, posters, stencils, rollers, stickers, mix media, tagging, writing.

BLADING

 

Skate as if you can't possibly fail and you won't.

Blading was born in the 90s in the USA using the urban environment as a scene to perform tricks. The bladers corrode the concrete handrails and ledges, jump over the stairs and turn any element of the road into an obstacle to play on to improve.

BREAKING

 

We started breaking because it fit our personality, not because we needed to find one.

Breaking is a street dance that incorporates intricate physical movements, coordination, style and aesthetics. It is a style of dance born from hip-hop culture that developed in the Bronx, New York in the 70s as an alternative to gang wars as an escape from crime.

DJING

 

This course aims to teach the art of Djing. Through different stages of learning, from the timing of two tracks to the virtuisms of the Scratch, the aim is to train Disc Jockeys able to perform in any type of situation.
All aspects of the profession will be dealt with in detail, through a lot of practice and a little theory on history and instrumentation. All enriched by numerous multimedia contents available to pupils, as well as by the advice of the 4-time Italian champion DJ Ghost.

STREETBALL

 

“Don't ask yourself what your teammates can do for you.
Ask yourself what you can do for your teammates "

Streetball is the urban version of basketball, it was born in the poor neighborhoods of the U.S.A. as a pastime for players who did not want or could not join the official basketball teams. Streetball has quickly become a sport recognized worldwide and supported by fans of Street Culture.
Its best known version is the 3x3 (3 against 3) that we will see playing in the next 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

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