One Big Move has started…

Marcus WilsonSponsored Media

So I currently have a lot of videos on the way!  One Big Move is a personal project i’m working on and should be complete summer time! Its the followup video to ‘One Small Step‘. Watch out for Beast Anglia too!

ONE SMALL STEP.

Marcus WilsonSponsored Media

One Small Step is a Video project that Myself and I have been working on since the beginning of this year, now that I’m injury free that is. I have greatly enjoyed making this, as it’s my first real project of my own where I have edited and in a way directed it so Please subscribe to my Youtube if … Read More

“Movement”- Documentary on the life of College Director Matt Milano

USAP CollegeCollege

“Movement,” directed by Beau Moran, is a 28 minute documentary on parkour and the life of College Director Matt Milano. ENJOY! And if you do… please share with your parkour communities. =) “Movement” A Documentary by Beau Moran “Movement” was shot and filmed between Summer 2012 and Spring 2013. This documentary was directed, filmed, produced and edited by Director/Filmmaker Beau … Read More

Autumn Footage – Paul Whitecotton and Friends

Paul WhitecottonFeatured, Sponsored Media

WFPF Note: We love to see people truly enjoying movement. When Sponsored Athlete, Paul Whitecotton, posted this video over on the sponsored media feed, we knew it had to hit the frontpage. So here it is, enjoy some excellent movement and good vibes! Here’s some training footage from September, October, and November! Look out for sick new content in 2014. Thanks for watching, … Read More

Hamburg

Felix QuintonSponsored Media

Lazy Bascis team member, Hewad Miraky, hanging on a dunk

Afrika Adventure

Felix QuintonSponsored Media

This was taken in Senegal on Coast of Dakar. It was a beautiful evening with an amazing sunset!

How I managed my Tendinitis

Mike YoungFeatured, Sponsored Media

About 4-5 months ago I was experiencing patella tendinitis, which can be a common issue with Freerunning due to all the impact.  Basically it’s when your muscles can take the impact but your tendons can’t. This makes your tendons sore as they are taking more strain than they are used to. You can read more about Tendinitis at its Wikipedia … Read More