This is the incredible parkour routine Swiss freestyle skier Andri Ragettli has performed inside his home and says he will “donate one cent for every like to fight” the coronavirus.
The Swiss skier posted the video to his army of 385,000 followers where he was seen performing several acrobatic moves around his apartment without touching the floor.
The video shows the moment Ragettli is seen wearing a Real Madrid shirt as he jumps off a trampoline and lands on top of what appear to be foam rollers balancing himself across a counter before jumping off his wall onto a Bosu ball.
The 21-year-old skier then uses a self-balancing scooter to go across a bedroom while he juggles several toilet paper rolls.
Video Credit: Golders/@andriragettli
He walks outside a window onto a small ledge and walks across it to enter back into the room from another window.
He jumps off several other objects and runs across the room before jumping off another small trampoline and landing on his sofa. He then balanced off the top of four chairs onto a static bike.
Ragettli jumps off the bicycle onto a third small trampoline which lands him on another series of objects placed on top of his kitchen countertop.
To end his incredible routine he jumps off the third trampoline again landing on top of a foam roller on top of what seems to be his dining table and balances himself while moving backwards.
Ragettli jumps off the roller with a backflip. He then cleans his hands with alcohol gel as he breathes heavily while smiling at the camera.
The Swiss skier captioned the video: “Floor is lava – STAY AT HOME PARCOUR‼️” referring to the popular children’s game ‘The Floor is Lava’.
Ragettli added: “For every like I get, I will donate 1 cent to the World Health Organization (WHO) to support the fight against Covid-19. We are in this together. Please don’t try this at home, it was only made to entertain you!”
The video has received 287,090 views since its publication yesterday (Monday).
Ragettli represented Switzerland at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, reaching the final but finishing in seventh place.
He is the first skier to perform a quad cork 1800 on skis and won a bronze medal in slopestyle at Winter X Games XXII.
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