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A Cat Leap is a Parkour technique for traversing great distances where the target location's elevation precludes landing on one's feet. The Cat Leap has a unique looking landing, giving the move its name. The athlete's weight is supported on fingers and hands which grasp the top corner of the target location, and the momentum of the jump is mitigated by keeping a foot up to absorb the impact of the sudden stop. The athlete then generally pulls themselves up and over the edge to keep moving forward.

Can i just say, it is not a "Cat Leap" it is a Cat Pass. This is said by everyone in my group.

And wtf is this doing in the "Arm Jump" area??

'Arm Jump' and 'Flying Cat leap' are just different words the same idea.