Things that go “Jump” in the Night

The average person really has no idea what the driving force behind parkour is. Is it just adrenaline and thrill-seeking? Or is there something more to it?

Teams like Storror and Farang have made rooftop videos more popular again – along with an inexhaustible amount of Russians doing the same. But the belief that you have to start on a roof to do parkour literally doesn’t make sense, and when I hear people ask questions like these it just confirms
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