As many people are adjusting their lives by staying at home or going out only when necessary, it’s important to stay busy and creative while at home. Andri Ragettli, a World Cup winning freestyle skier from Switzerland, decided to get creative and raise a bit of money for the World Health Organization for their COVID-19 efforts.
Imagining the floor is lava, like we’ve all imagined when we were kids, Ragettli jumped, rolled, and flipped around his house doing some pretty wild things like walking on a skinny window ledge outside his multi-floor house and juggling three rolls of toilet paper while riding on a hoverboard. The entire sequence is insanely impressive.
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Floor is lava – STAY AT HOME PARCOUR‼️🔥 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! #DontTryThisAtHome #StayAtHome #Parcour #FloorIsLava #WorkOut #RealMadrid #HomePro #StayActive #LivingRoomsGotTalent #rmfansencasa
I’ve watched this a few times and I don’t think I could do any of what Ragettli did. I also wouldn’t want to walk on my MacBook even if the floor was actual lava considering how much I paid for it but that’s just me. Ragettli is donating one cent for each “like” to the WHO so feel free to give the clip a like and provide a little help.