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'''Tricking''' is defined as a combination of [[gymnastics]], [[martial arts]] and Capoeira all performed in single movements or combinations to be aesthetically pleasing rather than effective in a fighting situation.<ref>"[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tricking Tricking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia]". Wikipedia.org</ref>
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'''Tricking''' is defined as a combination of [[gymnastics]], [[martial arts]] and [[break dancing]] all performed in single movements or combinations to be aesthetically pleasing rather than effective in a fighting situation.<ref>"[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tricking Tricking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia]". Wikipedia.org</ref>
  
 
There is some crossover between tricking movements and those seen in [[free running]], but essentially they are different disciplines.  Tricking is expected to be practised on a flat surface (such as a [[plyo]] floor), whereas free running focuses on making use of obstacles and the environment.  It is a common misconception that tricking is just the ''flips part of [[free running]]'', when it's in fact a completely separate discipline, incorporating many [[martial arts]] movements such like [[kicks]] which are rarely seen in free running.
 
There is some crossover between tricking movements and those seen in [[free running]], but essentially they are different disciplines.  Tricking is expected to be practised on a flat surface (such as a [[plyo]] floor), whereas free running focuses on making use of obstacles and the environment.  It is a common misconception that tricking is just the ''flips part of [[free running]]'', when it's in fact a completely separate discipline, incorporating many [[martial arts]] movements such like [[kicks]] which are rarely seen in free running.

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