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  2. 2. Have you ever witnessed<br />Something like this?<br />
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  4. 4. or this?<br />
  5. 5. Have you ever heard of the word<br />parkour<br />a PowerPoint presentation<br />
  6. 6. Parkour<br />is an art of movementin which you train thebodyto overcome obstacles in the most efficientandeffectiveway.<br />
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  8. 8. PARKOUR HISTORY<br />actually Parkour has always existed since the birth of movement.<br />Until to the famous movie chase scenes of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan <br />Since the hunting of the Neanderthals <br />from the Eastern martial arts like Ninjutsu and Qing Dong<br />movements similar to those of Parkour have been always taught for centuries and also with a similar aim. <br />
  9. 9. Parkour or l'art du déplacement<br />(the art of movement)<br /><ul><li>Was developed in Lisses, France sometime in the 1980’s
  10. 10. By a group of nine young men of different influences. Yamakasi.
  11. 11. And was greatly influenced by Georges Hebert MethodeNaturelle“Natural Method” in which you train the body to be strong to become useful. </li></li></ul><li>David Belle<br />One of the founding fathers of Parkour<br />Contributed mostly in the discipline of Parkour<br />After moving to Lisses commune. In 1997, YannHnautra, Charles Perriere, Chau Belle, David Belle, Laurent Piemontesi, SébastienFoucan, GuylainPerriere, MalikDiouf and Williams Belle created the group Yamakasi<br />His father Raymond Belle introduced him to the methodenaturalle,<br />He trained extremely hard mostly to try to win the approval of his father<br />David participated in activities such as martial arts and gymnastics and sought to apply his athletic prowess for some practical purpose<br />At age 17, David left school seeking freedom and action. He continued to develop his strength and dexterity in order to be useful in life, as Raymond had advised him.<br />
  12. 12. yamakasi<br />A group of traceurs who played an important role for the development of parkour. They contributed philosophies and theories for the discipline. What parkour today, is because of them.<br />Two Motion pictures starring the group were produced with the same name. This helped with the introduction of Parkour worldwide.<br />The word yamakasi is taken from the Lingala language.<br />Means "strong body", "strong spirit", "strong person”.<br />Yamakasi<br />*traceur- practioner of parkour<br />
  13. 13. TODAY<br />Parkour is rapidly spreading<br />
  14. 14. La Dame Du Lac<br />In Lisses, France, every traceur dreams on going here<br />Since introduced by the yamakasi, parkour has been rapidly growing worldwide.<br />Even the girls are doing Parkour.<br />Also even the kids<br />Everyday numerous people try to explore parkour and seek training<br />Parkour is recognized worldwide as different Nations have their own Parkour Groups<br />of course we have our own PARKOUR PHILIPPINES<br />
  15. 15. The Parkour discipline has reached the Philippines as groups like these and many more exists.<br />
  16. 16. and you probably don’t know that we have our local community of traceurs here in Lucena City<br />Trains at Perez Park every Saturday 6am – 12nn<br />
  17. 17. PARKOUR has always been mistaken as an extreme sport, but if you look onto it a little closer you’ll know that it is not a sport but a discipline instead.<br />Many criticize Parkour, and don’t appreciate its usefulness and the benefits it can give us for our daily lives.<br />Parkour can teach us different values applicable in real life. We become stronger not only physically but mentally as well. Parkour can also teach us to become better human beings.<br />
  18. 18. “One must be strong to become useful”<br />Être fort pour être utile<br />
  19. 19. a PowerPoint Presentation of <br />“PARKOUR”<br />Presented by: <br />Jan Carlo G. Guevara<br />and Group 2 BSHRM 2E<br />As requirement for the subject<br />Advanced Word Processing<br />COM212<br />
  20. 20. A PowerPoint Presentation<br />“parkour”<br />Edited by:<br />Jan Carlo G. Guevara<br />Special thanks to:<br />Prof. MarnelieAnareta<br />Levi Suministrado of ParkourLucena<br />Sounds by:<br />The Glitch Mob “Animus Vox”<br />Skindred “Pressure”<br />Video Credits:<br />Storm Freerun<br />Daniel Ilabaca<br />Picture Credits:<br />ParkourLucena<br />Jan Carlo G. Guevara<br />References:<br />www.wikipedia.com<br />www.facebook.com<br />www.parkourgenerations.com<br />www.youtube.com<br />Spread the love then jump!<br />
  21. 21. If you are interested in joining ParkourLucena and wants to learn Parkour<br />visit their facebook page: <br />http://www.facebook.com/ParkourLucena<br />
  22. 22. Thanks for watching!!!<br />

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