In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a standing full (360 back-flip). Before attempting this trick, it is highly recommended that users have mastered a back-flip. Make sure that you can see he ground in mid-air. Bring your feet together and bend the arms back. Bend your knees and push up with your arms raised up. Then leap up high and twist you body in mid-air. Users may also start twisting the body as they leave the ground. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested ...
A simple guide to a nice kong vault. This is one of the more basic parkour moves. Mastering this will lead to more complex tricks.
A nice guide to an effective Parkour Turn Vault. Turn vaults are used to jump over a rail while rotating the body 180 degrees.
Check out this tutorial and learn how to jump off of..nothing! This trick is the kind you see in a lot of video games and now you can learn to do it in real life. The double jump takes some practice but once you get the hang of it this illusion is sure to impress. Jump over anything like a video game hero with the double jump!
Want to perform a wall flip? Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to do a wall flip. It would help if you knew how to back flip already, but that's not a prerequisite. To perform this you'll want to run at the wall in a normal running speed. Then jump and place your foot high. Afterwards, you have to rotate. To achieve rotation you must kick up with your other leg that was not planted on the wall and swing back by leaning your head backwards.
A multi-angle parkour / free running video showing you how to do a cat leap in both real time and slow motion.
A cat balance involves being on all fours and crawling along either a railing or a wall in a cat like motion much as the name suggests. This is used to get from one place to the other, and keeping the body close to the object makes it much safer to manoeuvre. Perform the Parkour cat balance.
In this tutorial, learn how to start out with wall running. Wall running is basically the ability to hop on a vertical surface and not only climb it but run, full speed all the way across. This is a pretty awesome move and will make you look just like a character in a sci-fi movie or video game like "The Matrix." Check it out!
Do the parkour move called the "monkey vault". Nevermind the Italian subtitles, you'll be able to watch and learn anyway.
The human flag is one of the hardest tricks in all of gymnastics, parkour, freerunning and general playground acrobatics.
Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform the double leg. The key to this impressive looking trick is the spin once you lift off. Jogging to build up momentum is not necessary, but it helps.
1. Stand square 2. Do a 180 Turn with your right leg.
Learn how to jump off high places and roll without hurting yourself in simple steps. 1. First when you jump off, you have to land by placing one of your legs to the front and the other a bit back. 2. Now you have to bend your legs after placing them correctly when you land. 3. Now place your right elbow on the ground and roll over with its support without hurting your shoulders. 4. Practice the roll first on the ground, then try to jump and roll from a very low height. 5. Move on to higher pl...
Epic from TRICKset breaking down in his words how he does a round-off back tuck and back layout. The layout taught in this tutorial is the street layout from parkour or freerunning. It is not a formal gymnastics layout.
You've seen the butterfly kick in various martial arts movies. This impressive looking technique is actually fairly simple to do. Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform the butterfly kick as well as the other variation of the kick, the butterfly twist. All it requires for you do is to build up your momentum steps, dip, butterfly kick, and spin.
A 3RUN tutorial for the Cartwheel Arabian move. This trick tutorial is performed by Chase Armitage and produced by 3RUN Media. You need to be able to do a roundoff backflip. This is a roundoff backflip with a 90 degree turn. This is a parkour, freerunning or gymnastics technique. It is in slow motion for extra help.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a Double Kong. Before attempting this technique, viewers should first be able to do a regular Kong vault. The Double Kong is basically the same as the regular Kong vault, except you leap over two objects in stead of one in a jump. They key to making it over to the second obstacle is to spring your legs up high on the first obstacle. When running, do not slow down. You need to keep the speed and momentum to be able to carry through the vault. Thi...
This is a Tricking 540 kicking tutorial for parkour. Many people keep confusing the TKD 540 and the Tricking 540 with each other. Get tips from this how-to for distinguishing the two. So if you want to learn the 540 Kick and you're watching this tutorial, know this:
A multi-angle parkour/free running video showing you the basics of executing a diving roll in both real time and slow motion.
This one is for the truly daring. A multi-angle parkour / free running video showing you how to do a double kong vault between two close ledges in both real time and slow motion.
New Zealand energy drink V creates a new imaginary sport coined Pomparkour to promote their product.
In this video, we learn how to do a touchdown raiz freerun trick. First, you will start off by running into a raiz move. This move is where you will lean onto one arm and then come down onto it and swing your feet around in front of you. This will look like a one handed cartwheel where you twist while you are in the air. Practice doing this at different angles to help better prepare yourself for doing this trick. When you have it mastered, you will be ready to do these more often and work out...
In this tutorial, a young Englishman demonstrates how to do a backflip from a standing position (and on hard ground). As he explains, you want to resist the impulse to throw your head back. You keep your head and torso straight as you jump, curling your legs up to provide the momentum that will send you spinning.
A tic tac is basically just a kick off a wall to provide some height before landing on two feet. This is used to get over various objects that the athlete doesn't want to (or can't) touch. If the object is near a wall, it provides the perfect opportunity to propel themselves over and past the object with a quick kick. Do a Parkour tic tac.
Not surprisingly, parkour is even more awesome when performed on rollerblades. Especially when the performer is incredible stuntman Mathieu Ledoux.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a double leg free-run trick. This trick is similar to the side flip, except the side flip needs the legs to be tucked in while the double flip needs the feet to be kept straight. The double leg is at a 90 degree angle in mid-air. Keep your legs together and knees locked. Land on the balls of your feet. Never land on the heels or flat footed. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in flexibility, aerobics and free-running, and w...
In this two-part video tutorial, you'll learn how to do a roundoff backhand spring. This is a crazy-looking move that will send you spinning end over end like an acrobat at the circus. We don't suggest you try this one on hard asphalt, you're bound to fall on your head a few times.
This how-to video explains how to do a backflip. A backflip is very hard, and takes a lot of confidence so be careful and have fun. If you feel you need it, grab a friend as a spotter and just go try it.
Learn to do a parkour-style backflip while balanced on a rail or ledge. A good backflip can be the foundation of developing style in your free running. See how it's done in real time and slow motion.
In this video, we learn how to do parkour rolls. You will first drop to your right knee then reach your left arm through the right leg. Make sure you are tucking in and you're in a rolling position while you're doing this. Make sure you practice it from different heights so you don't get injured. Also make sure you are wearing supportive shoes and you are on grass so your joints don't get injured. If this starts to hurt your knees or back, it's not recommended to do this at all. Once you've g...
We've seen lots of great parkour in the past - we learned how to front flip, we watched David Belle outrun bullets and bad guys, our jaws dropped at Cyril Rafaelli's amazing skills.
This is a step by step guide on how to do a Freerunning vault known as the speed vault.
Learn how to do the kip up, no handed kip up, front handspring and roll kip. This is a montage of different parkour and gymnastics tricks.
This is a multi-angle parkour/free running video showing you how to do a kong vault in both real time and slow motion.
Underbar 360 Explained.
A Kong to precision is used when it is necessary to vault an object, but to then also land on a very precise point on the other side. The Kong vault is perfect for this as it provides enough air and forward momentum to bring you to the exact point you must land on with fluidity. Kong to precision.
A multi-angle parkour / free running video showing you how to do a cat leap from a running start in both real time and slow motion.
Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform the perfect 360 butterfly twist. In order to do this, first prepare your momentum steps. Keep your feet in front of you and your arms behind ready swing. Then jump and start spinning by twisting your arms around your chest. Finish your movement with a nice kick to land smoothly.
Here is a cheat gainer freerunning tutorial video. First, take a little run. This is the starting position of your kicking legs and arms. Kick your kicking leg high as possible. Swing up you both arms and jump off. Turn sideways and spot the ground. Pull down the kicked leg and land on it. Use this back flip move for stunts, parkour, freerunning or dance. Awesome stunt that takes some practice. Hope this tutorial helps.
In this clip, Adam MC from UrbanCurrent gives you a detailed and easy walkthrough on how to perform super high wall ups. A wall up is basically climbing up a flat, vertical wall like Spiderman without any support or gadgets. This move can be done really well with practice. Check out the clip and try it!