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A Parkour film called "Out of time"

haha check this out... crazzyyyyyyyy!

I just found out about these completely insane and out-of-the-box thinking traceurs... I do parkour every now and again in my sparetime, and if you don't get it.. this stuff is just a whole other level of what we know as parkour.. whatever you are into parkour or not, i am pretty sure you'll enjoy it anyway!


http://vimeo.com/6495648

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    nice vid man ... but the ones whit the basketball are fake :|

    look at the bounce at that ball its fake

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    Woh, it's really interesting how in some of those stunts they're just using pure momentum to keep moving, rather than the strength of thier arms or legs. Great vid.
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    Wonderful, wonderful video... I dug it fo sho
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    whoa, that really is some serisously innovative parkour!
    the continuous flow in some of those moves is killer!
    thx for the vid, man!
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    Some parkour vids are just more of the same, but this has some really nice pieces in it. Good find.

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    More than that, it stands out because they also include the failures/bloopers. A lot of other parkour vids take themselves to seriously, "look at me I'm a ninja" this one has a nice sense of humour. These guys look like they're fun to hang with.

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    Thanks so much for sharing this - truly awesome!

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    Reminds me of apes swinging about in the trees-it's the fluidity of the moves that make it really beautiful

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    Wow, that's sweet.

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    thanks for sharing! I love parkour videos, the fluid movements are just amazing to watch.

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    whoa! BEst parkour vid I've seen.

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    I want to see strippers doing this shit! Now that would be entertainment. Or maybe just these guys in a circus show

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    Wow. I had to throw that up on my Facebook. That was amazing. Best Parkour video ever, and I LOVE the music. This just made my day.

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    Fluid and precise, quick and yet accurate and knowledgeable

    Good art and parkour have a lot in common!

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    Anyone else feel inadequate when they watch things like this?

    Cool vid.

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    holeee shit.
    and yes,i feel terribly out of shape.
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    Thats what happens if you leave a kid at the playground when its 4 years old and come back 18 years later. They learn shit.

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    It makes me wanna bound out of my house and start kicking off trees and walls and shit

    Seriously, I would get fit just to be able to do this, it looks like so much fun

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    For everyone feeling out of shape watching "Out of Time', this might be more your speed.


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    Dile! Fucking awesome, thanks for sharing!
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    Nice dude. These guys are the best I've seen.

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