That's not what the Yamakasi say. They say it's all the same thing and to stop worrying about titles or trying to differentiate the two and just move. We all move. We all train the same things. Why do their have to be two different titles? L'art du dèplacement is the original name, later changed to parkour, and later changed to freerunning to introduce the concept to America. Regardless of what you call it its the same thing. I have no clue why people argue this anymore. The FOUNDERS of parkour say its the same thing. So why do people say that they are wrong when they created the discipline? It's a pointless debate when time is better spent learning that new move your trying to get.
they are the same but at the same time different Jacob.
if you did parkour and someone saw you and was like "do a backflip" and you told them you don't do backflips, they respond "is that because you suck at it?" then its easier to say no i do parkour not free running.
it makes it easier to explain to people who don't understand.
like evan i train to get from one place to another, with out all the flash.