This week's video is another from our Italian friends at Parkourwave who simply filmed a great training session. There's a great vibe from this video as Marcello and Riccardo explore the possibilities of an old spot creating new challenges and just having fun. All training sessions should be like this!
Andrew Obenreder has been a traceur for almost 10 years and 'Projekt 9' is some of his best bits. It's a beautifully shot video with some great flowing movements filmed all over the world. Sit down and watch.
We're always impressed with the videos coming out of the Leeds scene. 'Don't just say it' is another fine example of the huge running precisions, catpasses and rail precisions that we have come to expect from the guys up north.
With PK videos we often see small kids excelling but not much of older adults. This weeks video of the week goes against this as Ron Shalvis Senior is holding nothing back. He, along with the founders of our discipline (all just coming up to Ron's age) should inspire you to keep moving until a leg falls off or something. Forget the bus pass - take the rooves!
This week's video is produced by well-known Parkour directors Ampisound and focuses on our good friend Seb Foucan. Seb explores a very boulder-strewn forest (most likely Fontainebleau near Paris) in his own way.
It's been a while since we had a Video from Naim L'1nconsolable but this week's video is a return to form for the French Traceur. Naim filmed this video with the sole intention of showing that you do not have to be limited to the same jumps everyone else does at famous spots.
There is a chance that you may have seen this video already (10,000 views in one week), but we're making this video of the week just in case. No flips, just mindblowing jumps. Congratulations Ross Brewer! We're off to get some blue shorts...
Due to YouTube being banned in China we often don't see much of the Chinese Traceurs and Traceuses but this week's video confirms that they are doing well! Zhang Yi Jie from the Beijing Urban Monkeys team busts out some huge movements both in local spots and at the PK parks they have created. It's great to see Parkour growing in China and we look forward to more from these guys!