If you thought the "hard core parkour" you saw on the NBC hit "The Office" a few years ago was awesome -- or at least hilarious -- this official parkour daredevil will amaze and terrify you.
Watch his stunts on top high-rise buildings in Russia:
If you hadn't seen the infamous intro to "The Office" from Season 6 that I referenced at the beginning of this post, check it out:
As Jim Haplert in The Office explains parkour is simply finding creative ways to get from one place to another. According to How Stuff Works, parkour was invented in France by as a form of movement that "emphasizes the integration of the human mind and body to overcome obstacles through running, jumping, leaping, walking on all fours and climbing."
Here are some sequences from the Russian parkour artist's endeavors:
So, if you thought parkour had been replaced by fads like planking and base jumping, clearly this video shows otherwise.