There are lots of ways to get across town, but Phil Doyle shows us that taking the rooftops, Mirror’s Edge-style is the fastest (if not the safest) way across the city of Cambridge.
We love parkour and freerunning around here, but we’re used to seeing graceful and jaw-dropping maneuvers. This is not one of those times. It’ll take a while for this dude to live this one down.
Devin Supertramp’s latest clip features a real-life AltaÃ¯r jumping from roofs, walls, scaffolds and other urban scenery. Stunts performed by Ronnie Shalvis. See a cool behind-the-scenes clip here.
A new montage of Tret the parkour dog doing what he does best. His owner’s website looks shady, but we have to hand it to both of them. The song is We Can Make The World Stop by The Glitch Mob.
You’re looking at Sergei Popviski, the master distiller behind Vitek Vodka. He also happens to be a huge fan of parkour. Let’s hope his vodka is much better than his urban acrobatic skills.
People in Motion was shot in San Diego, Seattle, and at Burning Man, and captures some of the most talented free runners in the country and unique motion control technology. (Thanks Colin!)
Ok, it’s not quite as impressive as most of the parkour and freerunning clips we post, but you have to hand it to (pun intended) these guys for proving that you can do parkour in your living room.
Is it on? Dude, is the camera on? Are you recording? Make sure you get it this time okay? You want to learn how to pull off a tic tac right? Don’t zoom in so much! Okay step back, here I go.
Rishi Kaneria couldn’t have picked a better title for his video. Using a Canon 60D and a bit of Twixtor magic, he was able to capture the grace and power of the movements of pro stuntman Dante Ha.
Freerunner Ryan Doyle takes us on an enchanting and enthralling parkour run through the exotic locale of Mardin, located in Turkey. Have you ever seen pigeons do backflips before? Us neither.
(NSFW: Lyrics) Freerunning gets as much plot as it can in this acrobatic short film. Ok, so jumping off of walls and rails isn’t really a story, but it’s still way cool – especially on fire. (Thanks, Ian!)
Footage from the grand opening of the Tempest Freerunning Academy. With a an array of walls, ramps, trampolines, bars and foam pits, it’s the parkour or freerunning enthusiast’s idea of heaven.
L.A.’s just-opened Tempest Freerunning Academy teaches you how to bounce off walls, fly through the air, and perform out-of-this-world acrobatic feats. Plus, you can be Super Parkour Mario.
There’s no shortage of inspired acrobatics in this compilation of some of the best of tricking and parkour from around the world. We appreciate seeing the names with the talent too. (Thanks Ian!)
These vegan Terra Plana VIVOBAREFOOT running shoes are useful for another activity – they’re light and flexible which helps with the balance and finesse moves needed for parkour. (Thanks Mark!)
Before anyone out there gets ready to flip out at the amusement park, you should know that the NJ State Fair closed the ride down for the WFPF to film these sick parkour moves. Kids: no, you may not.
It takes a couple of minutes for the action to really kick in, but once it gets going, you’re in for 5 minutes of epic freestyle parkour action shot in and around London. Impatient? Jump to 2:25.
Aung Zaw Oo is an animator for Monday Night Combat. But his day job didn’t prevent him from releasing another showcase of his agility and reflexes, including the best way to put shorts on.
The guys at 3RUN do martial arts, parkour, free running and acrobatic stunts for film, tv and com. They’ll blow your mind with this compilation of some of their incredible moves.
Some might say that Tret, the all-muscle star here, is just an out of control canine, but those with a discerning eye know he’s in training for the pet parkour olympics. Low quality vid; sweet moves.
While we’ve seen our share of cool Parkour stunts over the years, this video reminds us that it’s the extreme sport of insane people, and you should never, ever try it yourself.
Inspired by 19th century French firemen, or pompier, pomparkour adds ladders to the already dangerous pastime. This particular video though is actually a viral ad for an energy drink.
And we thought the building jumping, wall climbing acrobatics of Parkour were a recent phenomenon. Check out this 1930 footage of Arnim Dahl which proves that it’s been around much longer than that.
This flowing video from Latvian talent Andrew Skuryat is 14+ minutes with some NSFW music, but you’ll want to watch it all to see some impressive athleticism, free running and parkour moves.
We can kinda sorta juggle, but Aung Zaw Oo puts us to shame with his AZO Showreel 2009; he parkours, juggles, skateboards, swordplays, and gets dressed — often simultaneously.
Serene Teh’s Parkour Motion Reel is a bit of finger gymnastics in and of itself; it’s a fantastic stop-motion animation drawn with a technical pen that really puts the “flip” in flip book.
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