Have you always dreamed of going “hardcore parkour,” but lack the physical endurance, stamina and basic physical coordination?
Then take comfort in the fact that stop-motion filming can help you leap for that dream. /featured">Corridor Digital, a video production and special effects company based in Los Angeles, published a video to Youtube that takes on parkour stunts with a completely unique perspective.
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If you've ever tried filming stop-motion, then you know the process is grueling and time consuming. Perhaps actually learning how to do Parkour would be less work (but not nearly as entertaining).