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Don't worry Corey. There are very few obstacles that require any kind of flips to get past. If you want to learn acrobatics then a gym is the best place.
With Parkour it's not essential to learn a list of movements. If you can't find a way past an obstacle yourself then sometimes you can try and copy what someone else has done, but if you want to get better at it you need to start trying to work out ways of getting past the obstacles yourself. A copied technique might get you past the obstacle, but to do it well (and move on to harder obstacles) you're going to have to adapt it to your own body and to the obstacle in question. All obstacles are unique.
Remember, moves aren't important here. Parkour isn't skateboarding. What is important in Parkour is getting past an obstacle so you can continue on to the next. You're better off focusing on obstacles rather than techniques. When you get past one obstacle, move on to the next. If you can jump to one wall, next try a slightly harder one.