Top 5 Girl Parkour Videos

If you only have 15 minutes to live, these are the 5 girl parkour videos you should watch. These videos were chosen because of the impact it made on the...
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If you only have 15 minutes to live, these are the 5 girl parkour videos you should watch. These videos were chosen because of the impact it made on the parkour/freerunning online community.The list is by no means complete and there are many women out there who can and will one day exceed this level.

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Worldwide Traceuse Project 2009 :

Girls Training Parkour All Over the World

A video project involving worldwide collaboration, this compilation opened eyes to the current level of girl parkour. With strength, agility and flow, the ladies show us their skills. This video features traceuses Alexjandra, Carolin, Kat, Kirsty, Ixek, Isis, Hollie, Lisa, Liv, Mari, Maria, Michi, Tamara, Silex, Lari, Jenita, Jackie and Nan.
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Kat 2008 video

Kat flies the flag for the Mexican and Spanish-speaking parkour community. While her fluid and strong moves might be enough to make you look twice, her advanced moves with a high degree of risk caught people’s attention as to just how good this girl is.

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Liv Rowlands: 3rd year training video

Several years ago, this became the first female video to show the possibilities for women’s parkour. This video takes you by the neck and shakes you like a rag doll while you scream for mercy. Liv’s take-no-prisoners explosive moves gets respect from men and women alike for the strength and (female) balls shown.

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Parkour Generations: Go Girls!

The first professionally produced entirely female parkour video, received and still receives mixed reactions. The supporters talked about the “true” spirit of parkour, fluidity of form and gave a thumbs up for female participation in the community. On the flipside, it was criticized for the basic level of movements, often superfluous use of technique and for giving a poor representation of the level of girl parkour.

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Ann Kaczka Documentary: First Year Training Parkour

Ann’s first lesson in parkour was both a dream and a nightmare. Meeting and learning from David Belle but being the only struggling beginner there amongst fit young men performing in front of a crowd, is like that horrible nightmare of appearing naked to give a speech. An open and well edited documentary, Ann shares her feelings about being a woman starting and training in a male-dominated field.

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