Which Are Basic Parkour Moves?

Basic Parkour Moves:

As you know that Parkour is an activity of sport of moving rapidly through an area. There are many moves but the Basic Parkour Moves are:

Running (aka FreeRunning): Running is earthbound locomotion allowing human and other animals to move rapidly on foot. Running is a type of gait characterized b an aerial phase in which feet are above the ground. FreeRunnig is an acrobatic and athletic discipline founded by Sebestien Foucan.

Running (aka FreeRunning)

Climbing: Climbing is the activity of using one’s hands, feet or any part of body to ascend a steep object. It is done in recreactionally, competitively, in trades that rely on it, and in emergency and rescue military operations. it is done on indoor and out outdoor.


Swinging: A Swing Jump or Swinging is activity that is performed by hanging on bar then to jump on another bar being in the air. A swing jumps is one bar to another. It is also known as LACHE.


Vaulting: A Vault is a movement that include overcoming an obstacle by jumping, leaping, climbing or diving over an obstacle while using their feet, hand or not touching it at all. Vaulting is also known as Urban Movement.


Jumping: Leaping or Jumping is form of motion or movement in which an organism or non-living mechanical system propels itself through the air along the ballistic trajectory. Jumping can be recognized from running, galloping and other gaits where entire body temporarily airborne by almost long duration of aerial phase or high angle initial launch.


Rolling: A Roll is movement to rotation of whole body. Rolling activity is usually made on ground with passing head between the hands with touching the ground.


Quadrupedal Movement: Going forward on your knees is called Quadrupedal Movement or Crawling. Quadrupedal Movement (Crawling)

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