Bay Area Parkour
Train Hard - Stay Humble
Featuring Misha from Voronezh, Russia.
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I had the same impression about the feel of the vid (also due to the introspective choice of music), but was a little turned off by the height of the drops and the depth of the landings (as I remember being by Oleg's early Russian Climbings).
I know he can take them now (and I am impressed by them), but knowing how it feels growing older, I would definitely recommend going easier on your lower limbs.
Incredible Russian surroundings as always: climbing cranes is probably illegal everywhere, but nowhere does it look like something that has to be done like there.
The skill at 0:30-0:35 would be something very useful to have (training it at near-ground level for sure!).
That one flip was to show us he knows how-to and doesn't care about, but this was a showing of parkour, IMHO.
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