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Levi Meeuwenberg’s Ninja Warrior Audition Tape

In 2008, Levi Meeuwenberg sent an audition tape to G4 to appear on Ninja Warrior. Shortly thereafter he found himself in Japan where he was the last man standing in Ninja Warrior 20. The following year he broke the speed record for completing the first stage of the Ninja Warrior course, a record which stands to this day.

But this all started with an audition tape, which G4 was impressed with and helped set him on the path of achievement on Ninja Warrior. Here is that tape…

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Levi Meeuwenberg Tutorial – Advanced Parkour Roll

In this video, free running and parkour ace Levi Meeuwenberg shows you how to do an advanced parkour roll. He walks through the steps with several examples (some humorous). The tutorial includes:

Step 1: The Leap
Step 2: The Impact
Step 3: Foot Placement
Step 4: Reverse Blocking and Recoil
Step 5: Hand Placement
Step 6: Tucking In

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Freerunning in Slow Motion

When Levi Meeuwenberg got a new camera that had slow motion capabilities, he couldn’t wait to try it out. So he videotaped himself and also several other people doing freerunning tricks using the slow motion feature. He then edited together the video below which he calls “The Beauty of Movement – in Slomo”. Enjoy this slow motion look at freerunning…

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Levi Meeuwenberg Free Running Show Reel 2009

This is the show reel for Levi Meeuwenberg of his free running and parkour from 2009. To date, Levi remains the best American competitor on the Ninja Warrior course and he’s earned the respect of people everywhere for his outstanding free running abilities. In his Ninja Warrior debut, Levi crushed the majority of the Ninja Warrior course and although he didn’t win it, he was the last man standing. He’s definitely one of the best free runners and parkour artists around. Here is Levi Meeuwenberg…

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