Cat Grab, Cat Leap, arm jump or Saut de bras :To land on the side of an obstacle in a hanging/crouched position, the hands gripping the top edge, holding the body, ready to perform a muscle up.
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Step 1) Know the physics of your movement (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3S9LFHETtL0) How your feet are going to grip the wall.
Step 2) Find a location where you can gradually step up your jumping distance from the ground to a wall.
Step 3) Understand that it is in fact you foot that should touch the wall before your hands. As the gap gets bigger so will the time between when you feet and then hands hit the wall.
Step 4) Your hands should grab the wall in a at the knuckles. DON'T try to get your whole hand on top.
Step 5) Get creative have fun and practice. Try doing a Tic tac to Cat.
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The Cat Leap (also known as the arm leap or arm jump) is a technique used in Parkour and...