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My result of doing parkour/free running for 15 years. Never broken a bone.

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My result of doing parkour/free running for 15 years. Never broken a bone.



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  1. That trick you do at about the 1:00 mark where you just drop elevation and then continue a trick at a different elevation is really cool, looks simple and very hard at the same time.

  2. Something popped into my head while watching that I never thought about before. Do you ever get chased off of locations by security/police, much like skateboarders do?

    Good stuff in the video, man. Love the precision.

  3. Impressive, but I’m even more impressed by the dude doing parkour while holding the camera and recording you!

  4. Awesome dude.

    Would love to see parkour chase sets ups – it’s probably been done before but if you were to challenge some poor unsuspecting sprinter to a race through an urban area and just dominate with parkour shortcuts. Maybe a solid head start and £50 up for grabs.

    Or just nick someone’s phone and leg it.

  5. You never broken a bone, but you did have a couple good slams in there. Have you ever been injured worse than that?

  6. Question: Is there a certain brand or style of shoes that you feel are the absolute best for what you do? What feature, in a shoe, is most important to you for this sort of activity?

  7. Oh hey, you’re posting *this* old video again. What, did you get an injury and can’t film any new stuff?

  8. oh yea? Well…….I can walk briskly and only kind-of hurt my ankles. So there.

    Seriously though, fantastic. I wish I could pull shit like this!

  9. When it got to the bloopers I started getting major anxious like when you watch those extremely high tower climb vids.

  10. The conservation of momentum is what I love most about this. You can tell that you have a crazy understanding of momentum, fueled by years and years of practice.

  11. Do you feel like you’ve peaked? 15 years is a lot of aging. I imagine at some point the body starts to go downhill. (Source: self, who has been much more injury-prone since about 30 years old.)

  12. Amazing stuff. I’m not a big fan of the track/gymnastics type sports but could watch this stuff forever.

    Gotta admit though, I cringed a bit thinking how rough it would be on the hands clinging to the brick wall near the end.

    I’d love to see a crime flick that focuses on a team of parkour artists doing crazy capers using their parkour skills to escape through dense urban environments.

    I also think in the back of my head that you could probably get a job in movies or tv with that skillset, doing stunts and fight scenes.

  13. That’s some really excellent power output you are displaying in those jumps. Were you always very explosive (good at jumping and sprinting) or did you develop the ability to leap that far over those 15 years?

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