Michael O’Snyder

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The goal of parkour practice is to move from one point to another in the fastest and most efficient way, adapting to the circumstances of the environment and the body itself.

Parkour has its origins in a training program for French Special Forces known as “Parcours du combattant”, developed primarily by Raymond Belle, and later in the 1980’s by Raymond’s son David Belle and his group of friends called Yamakasi, who began the popularization of this worldwide known practice and nowadays – way of life.

The photographer Michael O’Snyder has captured in pictures what pakour looks like.

 

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