For most people, getting from point A to B usually involves walking, riding a bike, taking a plane or riding a car. Overcoming obstacles usually come with a lot of bitching on Facebook and therapy. But when it comes to freerunning, also known as Parkour, getting from point A to B and overcoming obstacles in the most efficient way possible involves a lot of running, jumping and scaling unbelievable heights like modern-day superheros.
Here’s a few highly trained freerunners (as in, don’t try this at home, fools) overcoming their obstacles in the most heart-attack inducing way possible.
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UK’s BEST FREE RUNNERS
BEST WORLD PARKOUR 2012
EPIC PARKOUR 2012