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Robots can do all sorts of awesome tricks. They can maneuver around and through things, jump really high, sense when someone walks past... they can even look so humanoid you'll do a double take! Oh, did I say awesome? I meant super creepy once they become self aware and decide to take over the planet.
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If you are a parkour enthusiast, you may find a way to include parkour in your everyday routines. A.K.A., no door is safe from the bottom of your shoes.
When Lexi was rescued from the SPCA, she had a few behavioral issues and needed a way to get out all her energy. Now, four years later, she is a happy and healthy dog who loves to test her balance and jumping skills wherever she can. Can't you just picture her in an action movie performing her own stunts?
RightThisMinute host Steven has an irrational (or perhaps very rational!) fear of robots, but he thinks he's found one that he can actually like. Check out this acrobatic little mechanical dude that can flip around on a parallel bar and even stick the landing! What Steven doesn't know is that this robot is just honing its parkour skills for when it and an army of fellow robots take over the world, one triple backflip at a time.
The guys from Ronnie Street Stunts are off-roading again in Utah, this time hitting the Salt Flats for some acrobatic fun. Check out more of their stuff on their Facebook page.
Words to the wise: Just because you can envision it, doesn't mean it's going to pan out exactly how it looks in your mind. This is a prime example. We're willing to bet this guy was 110% sure he could parkour his way through the open window without a hitch. Ready? Set. Dive!
Whether it's leaping from a ledge to a bed of snow on the ground, or parkouring around the city like a character in a video game, you've got to have major guts.
These guys from Ronnie Street Stunts mixed parkour, Star Wars, and the amazing Utah landscape to create an epically awesome stunt video! Check it out and feel like you're really on Tatooine watching these Jedi free jump like the Force is strong with them.
We're not sure what exactly these guys were aiming for when they made this video posted on Jukin, but if it was to catch some funny fail footage of two guys jumping around on a rooftop and crashing through the ceiling... well then, they get a 10.
We already knew that Pip Andersen had some pretty sick moves, but this film reel, entitled "PIPTRIX", compiles his coolest moves and tricks into one mind blowing, heart pounding video. Keep on Pipin' on Pip. Click here to see the full film reel.
It's not everyday you see someone flying through the air, doing somersaults off of walls, buildings, and anything else in their path. With his amazing stunts, Pip Andersen does just that, in an array of public places in his newest "PIPTRIX" 2013 film reel. See what our hosts had to say about these awesome moves.
Forget all other stunting, because it's time for extreme pogo to take over! Like bouncy parkour, watch this guy use a pogo stick as an extension of his body to pull off all sorts of awesome tricks.