Introduction: DIY Simple Parkour Object
Need to practice for a while and you don't want get in the trouble of driving or taking a bus to get in the closest parkour - freerunning spot? We figured out the solution. You only have to make a simple parkour object.
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Step 1: Will Be Needed...
You will need:
5-8 plywood blocks (about 30*40cm long),
an electric screwdriver,
Step 2: Sideways
Get someone to hold the pallets in the correct position (see in the picture) and grab a plywood block. Then screw it in both pallets. Repeat the same thing for the other side of the parkour object, in order to be stabilized. You may cut the protruding edges to look more cool.
Step 3: The Top
Then, just measure the exact length of your ideal surface and cut the other plywood blocks and screw them on the top of the object.
You can take it one step further and paint it with waterproof varnish.
Step 4: Finish!
In this step you only have to practice parkour and freerunning on your new parkour object!