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.
Considered one of the best stuntmen of the 20th century, Cyril Raffaelli has been in many films, including Luc Besson's The Transporter and John Frankenheimer's Ronin.
This is a parkour or basic gymnastics tutorial on pulling back layouts off walls.
Epic from TRICKset breaking down how he does a RAIZ in HIS WORDS! This is a beginner's move in parkour.
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.
In this video, we learn how to do a parkour palm spin. Start off running and when you reach the table, place your left hand under and your right hand on top. Push your hands down and twist your body when you run to the table. To practice, jump on the table pushing down with your hands and spinning around the table. After you do this and are successful in going around the table, try doing this running first. After you practice this enough times, you will get the hang of it. Make sure to be car...
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!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to control fluidity with an intermediate combo. The combo used in this video as a cartwheel to a flash kick. When performing a combo and trying to achieve fluidity, users must have controlled and smooth movements. When you do the cartwheel, land the momentum with one foot over the other. Then as flip back into a flash kick, lift one leg up while the leg on the ground pushes. Users can also perform a back handspring, instead of a flash kick. This video...
This video is for whose who want to learn the aerial twist freerunning move. It's a tutorial taught by an experienced freerunner and has sick slow-motion shots.
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 step by step guide on how to do a Freerunning vault known as the speed vault.
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.
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.
In this how-to video you will learn to do a backflip with the help of Epic. This is considerably harder then the front flip for most. Backflips can be very dangerous, so be careful when you attempt them.
In this how-to video you will learn to do a frontflip. This is very helpful for gymnastics and any activity needed to do a front flip. The running front flip is used in Parkour and freerunning for tricks and flips.
Learning a proper handstand can be key to developing good parkour technique. This video shows both real time and slow motion handstand demonstrations to help improve your free running.
A multi-angle parkour/free running video showing you the basics of landing from a drop and going into a roll shown in both real time and slow motion.
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.
Santa Claus has to visit a lot of houses in very little time. When the reindeers are on break (Rudolph really likes his "egg nog", Santa sometimes needs to do a little traveling on his own. In a city or crowded neighborhood parkour can actually be pretty useful and obviously pretty bad ass.
This guys has been doing free running, parkour and tricking for more than 6 years. This video has some simple but very cool and flowing movements. Enjoy!
New Zealand energy drink V creates a new imaginary sport coined Pomparkour to promote their product.
You're not going to be good at Parkour and freerunning if you are wearing the wrong type of shoes. This sport depends totally on your feet, so make sure they are outfitted in the best soles possible. In this tutorial, learn how to choose your shoes so that you get the highest jumps, the slickest runs and the coolest tricks.
We've seen lots of amazing parkour stunts on WonderHowTo. And you'll see in the video below that gymnastics/parkour/freerunning stuntman Damien Walters is probably one of the best in his field.
Levi Meeuwenberg demonstrates how to do a parkour roll. First, practice the takeoff leap. Use forward momentum to jump out. Enter the landing leaning forward with the weight in front of your feat so you fall into the roll. Be physically and mentally tense and prepared when coming into the landing. Land with your feet parallel and square in the direction where you're heading. Keep your feet a bit less than shoulder width apart. Use a bend at the hips to complete the shoulder roll. Push against...
In this how-to video, you will learn how to perform a palm spin gainer. This is useful if you enjoy free running and want to learn an awesome trick. First, place your right hand on the wall. Drive up your right leg up, as this will give you the rotation you need. The other leg is used for take off. Your hand will spin while you do this trick. Look over your shoulder to wear you are going to land. Make sure your legs are split while you perform this. This video gives you the proper tips and kn...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do an inward wall-flip. Before attempting this trick, users should be able to do controlled side flips and kick high off the wall. Run to the wall with momentum. When you push your feet off the wall, push upwards and out. Push the hips out as you tuck your arms in and kick the legs upward. Keep the legs together. Before you do the trick, look at the floor to see where you will land. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in aerobi...
There's nothing natural about doing a parkour-style wall flip. The voice in your head telling you not to run at a wall and flip yourself away so you're spinning through the air high above the ground, that's your common sense talking. But like the old saying says, no guts, no glory. In this pretty thorough introduction to the basic wall flip, you'll learn how to do this trick like a pro.
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.
Learn how to do the kip up to get to your feet easily under you. It is a move from gymnastics, parkour, and breakdancing that artists use to leap gracefully to their feet.
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 easily perform the butterfly kick. All you need to do is shift weight, dip, and kick.
This how-to video 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:
In this how-to video, Epic shows how to do a sideflip for Parkour. This is a a very difficult trick to do and takes time, practice, and skill. Be careful, and leave the real parkouring to the professionals.
Learn how to do a Parkour au or aerial by watching this video.
Learning the basic backflip is essential to other parkour moves. Learn how by watching this video.
The crane jump involves standing on a wall or an object and jumping to another one. If the distance is a bit to far to perform a precision jump, the athlete instead performs a crane, landing with one foot, leaving the other trailing down the wall, before climbing up and over. Do a crane jump.
The three step tic tac is the same as a one step, but obviously with a couple of extra steps. A tic tac is used to clear high objects that the athlete does not wish to touch, but has a wall near by which can be kicked off in order to clear the object in question. The three step tic tac provides lots of height so it is possible to clear much taller objects. Do the three step tic tac.
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.
Parkour is a constantly growing urban sport. Similar to the sports of free running and tricking, it can be seen being practiced on the urban terrain of many major cities. Here, Parkour athlete Blue of Urban Freeflow performs a Turn Vault. Do a turn vault.
This video shows the art of parkour, where it came from, and how to do parkour moves.