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A Beginner's Guide to Parkour

Jeff Boyer

Publisher: Gamma Mouse

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Summary

Learn to Run Free, Have Fun, and Shape Your Life 
Feeling free. Is there a better feeling than that? It is there anything better than feeling your body testing its limits, showing off incredibly abilities like a finely-honed machine? In our 9 to 5 lifestyles, many of us don't get to experience the exhilarating freedom of free running. Our bodies are chained to desks, our spirits are slave to a clock. But deep down in each one of us we have that ability to break free, to test our limits. 
Parkour tests these abilities, test the absolute limits of the human body. And the results are absolutely remarkable. When you train in parkour, massive changes happen for you both physically and mentally. You get back in touch with how incredible our natural bodies are, how many of us are being held back from our true potential because of our modern lifestyle. And the best thing, nothing is quite as exhilarating and exciting as parkour. 
Jeff Boyer serves as your guide through the world of parkour, offering you the ultimate training, teaching you how to not only prepare yourself physically for the rigors of parkour, but also mentally. Break free today, and let parkour take you to a physical level of fitness you have never reached before.
Available since: 03/27/2015.

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