Find Freedom in Motion at Murrieta parkour gym

Coach Lucas Harralson hopes to one day be the best parkour athlete in the world. Valley News/Lexington Howe photo
Freedom in Motion’s founder Jimmy Davidson said he fell in love with the sport of parkour because it was fun and free.“When I started doing parkour, there were no gyms, so we just sort of learned,” Davidson said. “I first discovered parkour 12-13 years ago but didn’t really start trying to be good at it until 10 years ago.”Davidson’s first interest in parkour, the sport of moving rapidly through an area, typically in an urban environment, negotiating obstacles by running, jumping, and climbing, was through a video game called “Prince of Persia” that he played in middle school.“I’m the only founder that’s still here,” he said, adding there was one other co-founder as well, but Davidson said he left a few years back.“A couple of the original coache
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