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My name is Vincent. This blog contains the concrete thoughts, opinions, and inspirations from a crazy computer programmer and avid video gamer. Thus, posts are more than likely in a random order...
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Very well constructed video, adding story elements to keep it fresh. Seems like waste of a lot of good shirts though…
TEMPEST FREERUNNING ACADEMY - KALEIDO LAND
This was a pretty good video actually. Some interesting movement, different flow than what you see in some vids comin out recently
Cato Aspmo comboing a 180 kip-up, backflip full twist, back headspring, and webster. Phew!
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This is why jumping between buildings is a stupid idea.
I’m saying this as someone who has been roof-jumping. There’s a significant difference between jumping from a height and jumping from one building across an alley/street to another building.
For the fully trained and conditioned, roof-jumping is much safer than it looks. The worst thing that can happen is a messed-up roll. But if the traceur is trained enough, the likelihood of that happening is extremely low, comparable to someone walking along a smooth surface and tripping for no reason whatsoever. It does happen - but it’s not probable. There are other issues, too - knees and ankles getting worn out, but the individual jumps are not that dangerous.
Jumping between buildings, on the other hand, pushes the boundaries of parkour into the definite “extreme sport” category. There is no reason to make jumps like this at such huge heights. The jumps are fine - it’s the height that’s the problem. When the slightest miscalculation could mean death or severe injury, that’s not parkour. That’s idiocy. Heck, if there was a strong gust of wind, you could freaking die. Because you’re too stupid to use common sense and realize, “Hey, this is a bad idea. Is getting a lot of views on YouTube worth my life?”
Don’t just look before you leap. Think before you leap.