Tree-mendous stunt! Daredevil shoots a freestanding ladder if it falls over before it swings on a branch and jumps to the ground
- Ole Morland Johnsen, 19, decided to test his skills after finding the ladder
- The Parkour practitioner from Hartford, Connecticut, has perfect timing
- He climbs the freestanding ladder before he winds on a branch
- It ends with a backflip and lands perfectly
This is the time when an experienced freerunner ran up a freestanding ladder before executing a perfectly timed backflip from a tree branch.
Parkour practitioner Ole Morland Johnsen, 19, tested his skills in Hartford, Connecticut, on August 25, when he found a ladder lying around.
In the video, the young daring man holds a free-standing ladder that he carefully positions so that it stands stable on the floor.
Nothing to lean against, the 19-year-old is not deterred and runs almost vertically up the stairs and seems to defy gravity.
Before he skillfully reaches the top, he shows his agility and jumps away before the ladder falls.
He stretches out and grabs the branch, his timing perfect.
Parkour practitioner Ole Morland Johnsen skilfully climbs a freestanding ladder and before he jumps to grab a branch
He waves a lot to the branch for the admiration of spectators and prepares for his next maneuver.
Johnsen completes the stunt with a backflip and lands perfectly on the grass below in a turn that every gymnast would be proud of.
Ole said: & # 39; This was the first time I actually jumped down the ladder and grabbed hold of a tree. I climbed the ladder and planned to jump on the floor, but when I reached the top, I saw the branch and just jumped for it! & # 39;
& # 39; I knew I could climb the ladder, but when I instinctively grabbed the branch, it felt cool and a little scary. I didn't know how much weight it could bear, but it was a fun experience, & Johnsen added.
& # 39; This was the first time I actually jumped down the ladder and grabbed hold of a tree, & # 39; said Ole after completing the stunt
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