Parkour History

David Belle Founder Of Parkour History And Career

David Belle Founder Of Parkour

David Belle Founder Of Parkour: David born in 29 April 1973. He is the son of monique Raymond Belle. He raised up in Fecamp, France. In 1984, at the age of  11, David Belle moved to Lisses, France. His grandfather Gilbert Kitten, father Raymond and brother Jean-Francois have been highly skilled rescuers in Military. After moving to Lisses he made ...

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Philosophy Of Parkour

Philosophy Of Parkour

Philosophy Of Parkour: The Theory and Philosophy of Parkour is an integral aspect of the art and Traceurs seek more excitement and leadership situations then the gymnasts do. A newer convention of Philosophy of Parkour has been the idea of “Human Reclamation”.¬†Georges Hebert‘s theory, people should focus on one’s own ability without the existence of technology. David Belle‘s Philosophy of ...

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Brief and Basic History of Parkour

History Of Parkour

History of Parkour: Georges Hebert: The History of Parkour is very old. Before World War I a French freerunner of Parkour Georges Hebert promoted an athletic skill based on models on old tribes (he met in Africa). He noted that “body was splendid, flexible, nimble, skillful, enduring and resistant.” Hebert became physical tutor at the college of Reims in France. ...

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