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  • Parkour
    "Obstacles are found everywhere, and in overcoming them we nourish ourselves."
    -David Belle
    Nguyen
  • The Definition of Parkour
    A spiritual philosophy that promotes enabling one’s mental and physical strength to overcome any type of obstacle.
  • Founder
    Creator:
    • David Belle
    • Reason: To challenge and build on one’s strength.
  • David Belle’s Influence
    Georges Hebert’s theory
    • People should focus on one’s own ability without the convenience of technology.
  • Newton’s Second Law
    F = m x a
    The force applied to the “Traceur” varies on their mass, acceleration, and time.
  • Video of Parkour in Action
    “The Office”-Parkour
  • Impact
    Changed the lives of people all over the world by its philosophy.
  • Impact
    Media, (action/stunt) movies, and video games.
  • Impact
    Parkour Boot Camp trains military personnel, police officers, SWAT Team members, etc.
  • References
    American Parkour - Parkour and Freerunning - Connect. (n.d.). American Parkour - Parkour and Freerunning - Connect. Retrieved February 4, 2010, from http://www.americanparkour.com/
    Constellation, e. B. (n.d.). Popular Science | New Technology, Science News, The Future Now. Popular Science | New Technology, Science News, The Future Now. Retrieved February 4, 2010, from http://www.popsci.com
    Sagert, K. (n.d.). Encyclopedia of Extreme sports (2009). Parkour. Retrieved February 4, 2010, from pop.greenwood.com/Default.aspx
    The Physics Classroom. (n.d.). The Physics Classroom. Retrieved February 4, 2010, from http://physicsclassroom.com
    Tribe Showreel 2009. (n.d.). The Tribe - Professional Parkour and Freerunning Team. Retrieved February 4, 2010, from http://www.tribalmovement.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=82&Itemid=99999999
    What is Parkour? : Parkourpedia. (n.d.). Parkourpedia. Retrieved February 4, 2010, from http://parkourpedia.com/about/what-is-parkour
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