Yamakasi

Yamakasi

Yamakasi: The word Yamakasi is taken from Lingala Language, which is spoken in Republic of Congo. Ya makasi combines the Ya with makasi the plural of Bokasi which means strength in body, spirit or in person. The Yamakasi is the original group of Parkour Practitioners from Lessis France. The nine main members including David Belle, Sebastien Foucan, Chau Belle Dinh, Williams Belle, Yann Hnautra, Laurent ...

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Parkour Stands For? What’s The Parkour Meaning?

Meaning of Parkour

Parkour Meaning: The Parkour Meaning is a training of movement that is developed from Military Obstacle Course. Parkour’s training from Military Course give it some aspects to non-combative Martial Arts. Parkour is an activity that can be performed alone or with others or in group. Parkour involves seeing an environment in new way and imagining the possibilities of navigating by ...

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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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