Top Motivational Quotes & Sayings on Parkour

Find a cool collection of  Parkour quotes, It’s a great practice to know yourself.  Parkour quotes guide you to get out of the obstacles in your life.

  • Bare feet are the best shoes! – David Belle
  • The best part of falling is getting back up again. – David Belle
  • Without training you will not grow wings. – David Belle
  • Parkour belongs to the ones who live it, not the ones who want to live thanks to it. – David Belle
  • The best part of falling is getting back up again. – David Belle
  • Parkour teaches you to be sure of what you are able to do. – David Belle
  • Parkour was never invented by anyone, it’s always been here. –  Sebastien Foucan
  • You don’t need any [money] to do [Parkour], just a pair of good shoes and that’s all. – David Belle
  • Train not to get something right, train so that you can never get it wrong. – David Belle
  • Obstacles are found everywhere, and in overcoming them we nourish ourselves. – David Belle
  • The way of the parkour is to continue, not to stay here.  – Sebastien Foucan
  • There are no limits, only obstacles, and any obstacle can be overcome. – David Belle
  • First, do it. Second, do it well. Third, do it well and fast — that means you’re a professional. – David Belle
  • Our aim is to take our art to the world and make people understand what it is to move. – David Belle
  • A good Traceur trains until he/she gets it right. An excellent Traceur trains until he/she cannot get it wrong. – David Belle
  • There is no stronger or weaker…. You’re strong in the moment when you go right to the end for the cause you are defending. – David Belle
  • If you are in front of a wall that you cannot get past, would you just keep banging your head into the wall?… No, you would find a new wall. – David Belle
  • A lot of people in their mind think ‘If there is a problem this is what I would do, this is how I would do it.’ But the truth is they don’t really know. Parkour teaches you to be sure of what you are able to do. – David Belle
  • Parkour does not have to be liked or disliked! Parkour is here and it will stay here forever! Because it was born from a pure heart and nourished from all the love that a son can give to his father!  – David Belle
  • If someone puts you in front of a 30m high wall, tells you to get over it, and then comes back two years later and you’re still there, you’ve made no progress. You should find another wall. – David Belle
  • One of the main points of the philosophy behind parkour is being able to help people… To teach them they way themselves, to gain confidence in themselves, building up from simple moves to more complex things, to teach them that they are worthwhile people. – Chris Hayes
  • When you’re training Parkour with passion, if you’re good, people will notice you. Don’t go around saying, ‘Hey look at this new move I got.’ No. We used to say, ‘If it’s good we’ll tell you.’ Do it for yourself first. – David Belle
  • Many people open their mind through different things like music and painting, as well as Parkour. How is not important. What is important is to open your mind because you gain some freedom through it.  – David Belle
  • So if you do acrobatics things on the street with no other goal than showing off, please don’t say it’s parkour. Acrobatics existed long time ago before parkour. – David Belle
  • A little backflip (backflips), but it’s not part of Parkour, but i like doing this since i did gym. – David Belle
  • Most of the photographs I make are personal pictures and never end up in print. Even the magazines I shoot for on assignment publish very few of the actual selects. Sometimes these personal pictures will end up in a book of my work. Oftentimes, however, they are simply photographs which I hope resonate, yet rarely find a publication home. I do a lot of personal work in Rio de Janeiro, and this of a parkour artist making a jump on Ipanema Beach is such a moment.  – David Alan Harvey
  • My thing from the beginning is to have it be useful, and be able to help others. It’s about being efficient and getting there as fast as you can. If people want to do it more artistically or in a freestyle way, I have absolutely no problem with it — that’s the way it’s going to evolve. It’s not my style, but if it’s other people’s [style], that’s perfect. – David Belle
  • Understand that this art has been created by few soldiers in Vietnam to escape or reach: and this is the spirit I’d like parkour to keep. You have to make the difference between what is useful and what is not in emergency situations. Then you’ll know what is parkour and what is not. So if you do acrobatics things on the street with no other goal than showing off, please don’t say it’s parkour. Acrobatics existed long time ago before parkour. – David Belle
  • When a young person asks me: ‘Can you show me how to do this?’ I simply answer: ‘No, I am going to show you how to do it. But then, you’ll have to learn with your own technique, your own way of moving, your style, your abilities and your limitations. You are going to learn to be yourself, not someone else. – David Belle