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Parkour emphasizes developing strength, agility, balance, coordination, and spatial awareness. It requires a combination of physical abilities and mental focus to overcome obstacles creatively and find the most efficient path from one point to another. While it may appear acrobatic or extreme to some, parkour is rooted in practical movement and has practical applications in emergency situations or everyday life.


History of Parkour

Parkour originated in the late 1980s in France, primarily through the efforts of David Belle and his group of friends. It was influenced by various physical disciplines, including military obstacle course training, martial arts, and gymnastics. Over time, parkour has gained popularity worldwide, and communities of practitioners have formed, sharing their knowledge and training together. Parkour can be practiced individually or in groups, and it has also become a popular subject in films, commercials, and video games, showcasing its dynamic and visually impressive movements.

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