Jory Vigliotti (born June 22, 1991) is a traceur from New Jersey who starting practicing parkour and freerunning during the summer of 2009. He is part of a team from north NJ called Freeform Efficiency. He loves parkour and freerunning equally and views them as progression through movement. He is always improving and looking for more new creative ways to approach obstacles. He was self taught most of his parkour and flips but improved greatly when he joined his team (thanks to the gym time). He loves teaching and spreading the word to people about parkour and freerunning. He says that parkour has become his passion in life, more importantly his lifestyle. Jory is also the creator of the Turbine Vault. He is inspired by freerunners/traceurs such as: Daniel Ilabaca, Ben Jenkin, Pip Andersen, Ryan Houchin, David Elson, and Sascha 'Cionn' Hauser.
 Personal Life
Jory is also a graphic designer who has been attending the County College of Morris majoring in graphic design. He loves to use his abilities to create t-shirts.
Jory has officially launched his apparel company called Always Flow. He is running the company with his cousin Brian Gillespie and is dedicated to making clothes for traceurs, made by a traceur. They have recently launched their online store - alwaysflowshop.
Jory also enjoys photography and film.
Jory's company, Always Flow's new Vlog.
Jory's newest video showing his progression.
October 07, 2010
Jory has a love for raw/unedited footage, so he put this video out.
October 1, 2010
A Documentary about parkour that Jory was a part of.
September 27, 2010
Jory is in the promo video for his apparel company, Always Flow.
August 19, 2010
Jory and 3 of his teammates were headed down to Washington DC for the (B)east Coast Jam, when they ran into some traffic on the NJ Turnpike.
May 31, 2010
Jory's video from when he trained at Rutger's University with friends.
May 25, 2010
Jory's video showing his creation of the Turbine Vault and his new acquired skill of the 720 Reverse Vault.
May 8, 2010
During the winter of 2009 Jory met his team and improved greatly, then that spring he released a video that showed his progression and his newly found training partner.
April 8, 2010
Then he took a lot of skateboard influence from his friends.
November 22, 2009
Which then lead to this progression.
November 6, 2009
It all started on a backyard trampoline.
July 12, 2009