How to Parkour: 14 Steps (with Pictures) - Parkour (shoulder) roll

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How to Parkour. Parkour is a natural method for training the human body to be able to leap and move from place to place by climbing, jumping and flipping.

Inspiration for some characters. You never know when you need to know how to leap over a wall.

Perfect and Acute Guide of Astounding Parkour Moves for Beginners

Parkour. Developed in France Parkour is derived from gymnastics and other martial arts. Parkour focuses on self defense through tactical retreat. Needless to say it takes a lot of guff for it. However the art continues to grow because it is fun and looks awesome. As a martial art I must give it some credit. Tactical retreat is sometimes a very good option.

Developed in France, Parkour is derived from gymnastics and other martial arts. Parkour focuses on self defense through tactical retreat. The art continues to grow because it is fun and also looks awesome.

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Incredible Photos From An Urban Explorer’s Journeys To The Forbidden Parts Of The City

Incredible Photos From An Urban Explorer& Journeys To The Forbidden Parts Of The City?Urban explorer Bradley Garrett documents his adventures dodging guards and documenting sites in a new book. These are some of his best photos.

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How to Do Parkour

the Art of Parkour [also known as Free Running is the art of running, bouncing, tumbling, leaping around pretty much every surface (horizontal or not) in your city]: here: bounding off building balconies!

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Parkour – Seize the moment, The photographs of Andy Day

Parkour for beginners

Common Parkour and Freerunning Moves by Acute Graphics: cat leap, precision jump, back flip, wall spin and tic tac. Image Copyright of AcuteGraphics Ltd - Reproduced with permission.

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