And Here's Why The Average Person Shouldn't Try Parkour

Characters like Ezio in Assassin's Creed make parkour seem so easy -- you're literally just a couple of button presses away from doing some cool move or trick. It's not so easy in real life, of course.

The fact that the average person would probably mess themselves up trying advanced parkour moves is not surprising, but it's still funny to watch someone try and fail like in this video by Nacho Punch. They have a parkour expert go up against an average joe, and the results are as funny and cringe-worthy as you'd expect.

Thankfully, the suit dude also has health insurance -- so don't worry too much!

Parkour Expert vs. Average Man[Nacho Punch]


Comments

    Nobody tells me what I can and can not do

    Tomorrow morning I'm off to federation square to becoming the ultimate parkour champion of all time!!!

    Then I will have lunch........followed by a quick nap

    Kinda funny, but was this an ad for health insurance? Not quite sure lol

    You just need a good incentive, like zombies chasing you.

    PSA: This is not Parkour, it is free-running. Parkour is about efficient movement, whereas free-running incorporates tricks (e.g. front flips, back flips, reverse-handsprings).

    Infomercials like these just make me avoid the company that have tricked me into watch their advertising….I won't be even considering this companies health insurance cover no matter what!

    The comments on that youtube video are horrifying. Americans complaining about healthcare as if it was genocide or something...

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