Want to spice up your next American Warrior training sesh? Well, this guy clearly knows the feeling, hitting the gym in a T-Rex costume for what has to be the most unexpectedly hilarious videos in awhile. If you like goofy slapstick (and who doesn't, from time to time), then this one is a must-watch.
Ahh, the infamous scorpion slam. Youtube's reason for existence. Your spine's worst nightmare. Thankfully for all you sadists out there, FailArmy has put together a flinch-worthy supercut of this disk-slipping, vertebrae-crushing phenomena. Pour yourself something cold and prepare for the carnage.
Russians are no strangers to heights. In fact, sometimes it seems like they have something in their genetic code that helps them better handle stomach-turning precipices. Oleg Cricket, however, is another story altogether. He doesn't just conquer skyscrapers, he toys with them like they were Legos, assembling one of the craziest Insta portfolios on earth in the process. If can pry your hands away from your eyes for 30 seconds, you'll see exactly what we mean.
Parkour and video games seem to have an interesting overlap, and this Mirror's Edge-inspired edit by Claudiu Voicu certainly strengthens that connective tissue. There are some seriously stylized moments in here, but rest assured everything is real, so plug in and take a jog through the proverbial Matrix.
Batman could learn a thing or two from this guy
The gymnast skater is back
YouTube user OlegCricket may have just done the craziest parkour run ever caught on video. We're guessing it's somewhere in Dubai (because he's got a bunch of pictures from there on his Facebook). Regardless of where it is though, it's completely terrifying. Be careful not to lose your lunch when watching this.
Snowboarding's gotten a lot of LED treatment over the years, and so has surfing even. But it's finally about time that somebody started doing some BMX edits with LED lightsuits. But just doing some flatland BMX in an LED lightsuit would be a bit boring. So the Woozy crew upped the ante and added parkour, because you know you always wanted to see those two combined.