PROJEKT RAW is a series dedicated to the development of movement qualities (power, control, creativity, speed, fluidity) through various concepts.

Similar to RAW in the digital photographic process, the idea behind PROJEKT RAW is to capture and apply all possible information to my movement development, being able to refine the movement into anything I choose via a similar method of processing.

During my movement practice and filming process, I refuse to sacrifice integrity, ideals and methodology in the production process. For each angle, the run was completed fully and with the same intention each time, making sure I do not sacrifice any attribute of movement to better the final production value. Training in this way, you create a base for solid movement development while filming, keeping the consistency of quality movement within the video accurate, while avoiding the act of cutting and pasting runs together to create something refined or whole, which isn’t in reality.

This was my second day back to moving since my ankle injury occurred in September. While,I am able to begin taking light impact, I still have a long way to go, and I am simply happy to be moving in this fashion once again.

This run was created during two days of improvisational movement training, which is something that every mover, regardless of the movement practice, should apply to their training, as I believe that movement improvisation is one of the most difficult and refined aspects of movement.

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Hey, I am Shyam Deolalikar Online editor at Urban freeflow and one of your UFTV curators. I love watching parkour videos! I have been involved with the Parkour/ Freerunning community since June 2011. Parkour has allowed me to appreciate athletics and movement arts in different ways over the years, leading to me changing up my activities ever so often. Currently transitioning from being a power-lifter/strongman competitor for a year, back to Parkour/Freerunning at the moment. If you wish, follow my progression in my weightloss and parkour on Instagram @falcorr.