How to Wall Run (Wall Climb) for Parkour, Free Running, etc | GNT Tutorial

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How to Wall Run Tutorial
A break down of the Wall Run and tips to help people get this move for Parkour, Free Running,, etc 🙂
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Tutorial by Aaron Gassor (3rd Dan in ITF Taekwondo and Kickboxing)

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*Disclaimer*- I’m not responsible for any accidents you have whilst trying to perform this move. I recommend that you train in a qualified gym to minimise the risks of injury when practicing any kicks, flips or stretches. I also only encourage you to use these moves in self defence. All moves should be used in self defence and with reasonable force.

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37 thoughts on “How to Wall Run (Wall Climb) for Parkour, Free Running, etc | GNT Tutorial”

  1. AARON ONE MONTH AGO I WAS JUST ABOUT TO REACH FULL SPLIT THEN I BECAME ILL AND IT TOOK ONE MOTH TO CURE NOW I CANT DO EVEN HALF SPLIT JUST I WANT TO KNOW WILL I START FROM STARTING

  2. Question: How do I gain weight and strength?
    (Prepare for mandatory context/sob story)
    I'm 18, a 3rd dan and I'm quite skinny, I can kick powerfully and dynamically, but I just can't seem to put on muscle, and it's difficult to feel like I've earned my grade when I haven't got much of a physique to show for it. I have very little in the way of arm strength, tiny wrists and next to no biceps. Are there ways to increase my strength naturally? Or have I, like so many others, just lost the genetic lottery? Sorry if this seems very 'oh pity poor me' but I'm just curious whether you any other people you've trained with have had this problem, and whether it's something to worry about.
    If you read all of this, thank you for slogging through it, and I hope you have a great day. 🙂

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