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First Person POV Flip Testing.

By Corey Jones Testing my new GoPro HD video camera out on some freerunning flips at the Revolution Parkour gym. This was shot in 720P at 60 fps.

Source: Corey Jones

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Something Rainy

By DungeonousParkour We made a rule for this video, we must film everything, and we have to put everything in the video.

Source: DungeonousParkour

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Step up to double back

By kellee johnson Took me a while but here it is. After 4 months of taking it serious I finally landed a round off double back

Source: Kellee Johnson

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Parkour Training: Parkour Roll Tutorials - Parkour Ukemi

The following videos from Parkour Ukemi will help you with your parkour rolls. The parkour roll is such a huge foundation of falling, it is essential to learn and master rolls. Everything builds from rolls. Watch these videos to help with your parkour rolls.

Start with the beginner tutorial.

Beginner Parkour Roll Tutorial – Part 1
Beginner Parkour Roll Tutorial – Part 2


Once your have mastered the begin…

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Insanity workout. Core Cardio And Balance. Day 60

Insanity workout. Core Cardio And Balance. Day 60. Complete.


Insanity workout is an awesome cardio workout! Some say it is the hardest workout in the world!

These workouts are just obstacles to overcome. Do the Insanity workout every day, it will help your parkour.

Jump higher, run faster, etc. Even if you are not doing parkour, it’s great for overall fitness.

Forget everything you think you know about high-intensity
workouts. Because INSANITY turns old-school interval
training on its head.
If you’ve ever been to a Spin class, you know how that works.
You motor along at a moderate pace for awhile – then all at
once, you kick up your speed and heart rate – just for a
minute or so. After that, it’s back to a lower gear, giving you
plenty of time to catch your breath.
But with INSANITY, you do exactly the opposite. You work
flat out in 3 to 5-minute blocks, and take breaks only long
enough to gulp some air and get right back to work. It’s
called Max Interval Training, because it keeps your body
working at maximum capacity through your entire workout.
You keep pushing your limits – so your body has to adapt.
That’s how you get in such insane shape in just 60 days.



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