Ruslan and others have the opportunity to take Parkour to Tokyo and Taipei as shown in this excellent video. Characterized by superb production and film quality, great editing, a perfect music accompaniment, and technical mastery of proper Parkour technique, this video is a must see. This video also features Fall Out Boy.
Ruslan Dzavadov performs Parkour at the Coliseum. Another mind blowing production in terms of quality and cinematography, this video is also refreshing, to say the least, because it features much of the all too often underrated running aspect of Parkour which is the foundation of the discipline in any true performance environment. The metal music score makes this video stand out from others, but it is the location in a coliseum that makes this Parkour production uniquely mesmerizing. We have no idea how Ruslan received permission to film in this location, but we thank him for utilizing it to the fullest and bringing us this video.
Ruslan Dzavadov is quickly gaining recognition as not only an incredible Tracer but also an outstanding Parkour coach. Here is another mix tape featuring him exclusively. With eye popping jumps, drops and other impressive techniques, be warned that Ruslan makes it looks much easier than it really is. Featuring music by Kanye West and extraordinary cinematography, this mix tape includes footage from Ruslan’s Tunisiana edit and continues his tradition of turning out incredible Parkour videos.
What are the capabilities of the human body in terms of absorbing impact? In Parkour this is a very important question because it sets the physical limits with which Tracers can perform. Regardless of what you think those limits are, Ruslan Dzavadov has been working hard to redefine the common perception of the human capability, and he shows it off well with this huge jumped he performed in Tai Pei, Taiwan. Members of the international Parkour community will debate whether movements like these can be repeated frequently without injury, however, at MisterParkour.com we firmly believe that with the proper training the necessary physical tools develop to make moves like this very sustainable indeed.
Here is an incredible Parkour video featuring Ruslan Dzavadov. Filmed by Oleg “Red” Krasnyanskiy of Tracers.ru, the high production quality is trumped only by the incredible David-Belle-esk performance turned in by Ruslan. Filmed in Tunisiana this video features great music and, for once in a blue moon, pure Parkour.