-If you’ve been watching
this season of “The Bachelor,” you might have noticed that they
keep teasing this one moment. -Let’s take a sneak peek
at the most dramatic and unpredictable season in
the history of “The Bachelor.” -Colton!
-Oh, my God! -What just happened?
-Colton! -Oh, my God! -It’s the moment you’ve been
waiting for all season. -Colton!
-Colton! -Holy —
-We have a lot of questions. Why is he doing that?
Is he okay? Is it that he’s really
emotional, and that gave him
a rush of adrenaline, or is it that
he’s just really strong, or can anyone hop
a fence like that? So we came to the Bolt
parkour gym in Bethesda, and we’re here to get
some answers with Diego. He’s a parkour instructor. And Dave wanted to come,
so he’s here, too. I don’t know why. -Coming up on
the Washington Post video that you clicked on —
-Oh, my God! -So, Diego,
you have seen this footage. -Yes.
As a parkour instructor, I definitely could say
he could use better technique. -Really?
-Yes. -I saw that, and it was like
he’s like — fwoop! — and just, like,
levitating up. But you think he actually kind
of sucks at this, like Dave? -I would say he definitely is probably at a Dave level.
-Okay. -I would say that he could do
a lot better. When he goes up the wall, he uses a lot
of his power in his arms. -Mm-hmm. -Which when you want to go
run up a wall, a lot of it actually drives
from your legs and your feet. What do you guys
want to work on? -Uh, bursting into tears
and jumping over a fence. -Got it. -Coming up after the break —
-Oh, my God! -How tall was that fence,
do you think? -I’d say maybe seven
or eight feet tops. -All right. -I’m gonna run up first and then
go up the mat, trying to reach as high
as possible on the wall. -Okay, that’s what
we’re aiming for. Get emotional. -I would say
that’s like six feet. -Get away from me,
Chris Harrison! -I didn’t deserve Tia’s love! -I’m still gonna watch
next season! That was worse. -Coming up on this video — -It wasn’t as bad
as I thought it was gonna be. -If you watch the clip,
when Colton goes over — -Oh, I’ve seen it. -A lot of his leg movement
isn’t very precise, and it’s not as efficient
as it could be. When your hands touch the top,
you want to bring yourself up into what we call
a front support so that you’re really
pushing up and your legs are really supported
by your arms, and your whole
body’s up and over. -Like Ariel in
“The Little Mermaid.” -Exactly.
Just like “The Little Mermaid.” -Arielle?
-What’s her name? -“Like Arielle
in ‘Gilmore Girls. ‘”
-Going up in the front support, and, then, I’m gonna kick
my hips up, land on top so I can just stand right up. Very good.
There you go. Much better.
-Oh, no. -Oops. -It wasn’t as bad as I thought
it was gonna be. -No, that was pretty good. The ending was
the bad part, but — -Coming up next —
-Oh, my God! -I want to try this.
-These two blocks stacked up on each other
are about seven feet tall. -Oh, no!
No! -The way he’s doing it is very
similar to the way you do it. You push up and over. And the way we parkour correctly
would do it, running up the wall,
driving up that wall so you get up and over, and using that momentum
from the wall-rise. -Coming up after the break,
which is this clip — -And then I’d land and roll. -No!
-Very good. Not bad at all. -The same.
-No, that — -Totally.