Parkour actually has French origins. The word is derived from “parcours du combattant” which was “the classic obstacle-course method of military training proposed by Georges Hébert”. But these recent years, the training discipline has evolved from being a military obstacle course training to an exciting yet fun activity to do outdoors.
Recently, alabariya.net has posted, “Mohamed Eid Abed al-Hawwari, a Libyan man from Benghazi, practices his Parkour skills on May 30, 2015, at the archaeological site of the ancient Greek city of Cyrene, a colony of the Greeks of Thera (Santorini) and a principal city in the Hellenic world founded in 630 BC, located in the suburbs of the Libyan eastern town of Shahat.”
Truly, there are no limits to this so called new sport. But what if, the stunts go horribly wrong?
Take a look at this video below and see for yourself some Parkour-gone-wrong moments.