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Questions that do not necessarily beg any decent answer: (1) Considering the physical nature of urban Manila, isn’t it a tad too redundant to pay $30 just to learn Parkour? and (2) Isn’t getting around the metro itself an advanced form of Parkour?


A new sport is getting more and more popular in the Philippines. It’s not exactly a team sport… but the thrill of the jump is attracting many.

It’s an urban workout like no other – Parkour – which translates to “the art of moving” – is becoming increasingly popular in the Philippines with enthusiasts signing up across the country.

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