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Hébert set up a "méthode naturelle" (natural method) session consisting of ten fundamental groups: walking, running, jumping, quadrupedal movement, climbing, balancing, throwing, lifting, self-defence and swimming.
These were intended to develop "the three main forces": energetic (willpower, courage, coolness, and firmness), moral (benevolence, assistance, honour, and honesty) and physical (muscles and breath).
The group put themselves through challenges that forced them to find the physical and mental strength to succeed.
Examples included training without food or water, or sleeping on the floor without a blanket, to learn to endure the cold.
Anyone who lied violated the principle of humility.
If a member violated the principles, the group could meet without the offending person to discuss various punishments.
The first parkour jam was organised in July 2002 by Romain Drouet, with a dozen people including Sébastien Foucan and Stéphane Vigroux.
After a time, he found it far more important to him than schooling and he gave up his other commitments to focus all his time on his training.
The group eventually included David Belle, Sébastien Foucan, Châu Belle Dinh, Williams Belle, Yann Hnautra, Laurent Piemontesi, Guylain N'Guba Boyeke, Malik Diouf, and Charles Perrière.
During their training no one was allowed to complain or be negative. For instance, if someone claimed that his shoes were too worn out in order to make a jump, he had to do it anyway, even if it meant doing the jump barefoot.
Respecting one's health and physical well-being was one of the foundations of the group.
Parkour's development from military training gives it some aspects of a non-combative martial art.