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Pretty much everyone here at PKGen knows that Masaru is a total monsterbeast. His latest video just proves us right as he tears up Japan. Big jumps and great combos aplenty.

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Clean movement, huge lache's and kongs along with disgustingly good spots are some of the things we'd come to expect from Street Movement's Young Gunz. Their latest video is no exception.

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Masa looks like he just knows how to have fun with his movement and also do it with style. Plenty of spins and tricks but also some big jumps (1:10 for example). The B-boy stuff fits in well with his movement and it's a great video!

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This week's video is over a month old but criminally underwatched. From YouTube user Emily Sison, the video is a barefoot flow-fest on a selection of kids playground equipment. Get involved.

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Thomas Dolan is a hard working Traceur based out of New York City with ridiculously clean movement. His latest video shows some great routes and also features the boss (not Pasha), so you can't really go wrong. Enjoy!

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Some exceptional movement in the Fontainebleau forest south of Paris this week from West Coast Family. Fontainebleau has some unique terrain that is great for bouldering and Parkour and these guys make the most of it. Some amazing tree-branch precisions and dive kongs over huge rocks. Get out and train wild people!

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Australian videos always seem to be colourful, feature epic locations, are well shot and contain huge jumps as standard. BNE Parkour's video of Brodie Pawson is no different. We particularly liked the lache pre at 0:31.

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A good friend of PKG, Kuba Adamowski is tearing it up in Poland in this latest video. Beautifullly shot with great locations, Kuba gives us a tour of (what we think is) his local area. 

You might recognise the t-shirt too! 

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This weeks video is a long one but is definitely worth the time. It features traceur Fred Voeffray and B-boy Jers exploring beautiful Thailand. Fred's Parkour is great and he links together long routes well that really utilise the environment. B-boy Jers is also impressive. Two things that we really liked (aside from the movement):

1) The fish at 5:13 looks like you don't want to get your fingers anywhere near it

2) The segment at 13:06 was pretty well done - great work guys!

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This week's video is straight outta Vancouver from the Origins Parkour guys. It features a lot of clean movements linked together well and has a nice vibe to it. We're already looking forward to volume 2!

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