We are Ashigaru - Parkour & Freerunning. Since 2006 we helped growing this sport and still have an essential impact on it. Many of the best and most experienced German-speaking athletes constitute our team and together we are keen on pushing boundaries - in regard to our athletic as well as our professional accomplishments. This includes show performances for renowned clients, stunts for movie productions and sports modeling for international campaigns. As a young agency we develop and put into practise thrilling projects and supply outstanding athletes that suit your project - be it live-performances, movies or advertisement. It is our passion is to fascinate through movement and confer the dynamic power and aesthetics of our sport onto products and brands. We dare to go fresh and creative paths once more.  

Deichmann TV Spot

Together  with the agencies Czar and Freistil, we supplied three of our most experienced athletes  for the shoe manufacturer Deichmann. The trio spent 8 adventurous days in the beautiful Barcelona, with their good friend Felix Quinton, to shoot the commercial. The "Deichmann Streetstyle Image Spot" for autumn 2014 featured besides Parkour and Freerunning  also Breakdance and Dance  scenes and follows a fresh approach  to present the brand. Team spirit  was the main theme in the commercial and inforces the motto "because brands are invincible". We are very happy about the result  and proud to be  represented in German TV  with two Ashigaru athletes at the same time. Here is the 1-minute version of the commercial:

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The Roadshow for AXA in February '17 was one of the longest jobs I've have ever had. Together with my teammate Andi Wöhle along with two breakdancers from our partner agency FogelKaiser we choreographed a show and perfomed in 5 Cities in Germany – including Berlin and Munich. It was interesting to see how from show to show our Teamdynamic grew, how we got more routine and how we learned to know eachother better. And after all it was great to visit 5 different cities in Germany. Have fun watching the video!

By |2022-11-22T13:25:38+01:0023. April 2017|Andreas Wöhle, Marc Busch, Performance, Uncategorized|0 Comments

NIKON D750 – Unchained

  In 2014, we received a request for a video and photo production for Nikon in Berlin. The goal was to put the new Nikon D750 into the spotlight together with the Red Bull sports photographer Ray Demski. Our athlete Lucas Wilson was already in the midst of the pre-production process, accompanied and advised the production team at locationscoutings and in meetings with the photographer. On two days of fitting and a new location check with Red Bull athlete and Ashigaru founder Jason Paul, followed a 2-day shooting, partly over 14 hours from sunrise and sunset. Sounds as stressful as it is - but even after 14 hours of action shooting, our athletes still never fail to deliver. As always, we keep it brief, present the results and are proud to be part of interesting jobs with great people, whose interaction and work at the end of the day produces wonderful results:  

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Mit Dorma als Türöffner nach Brasilien

Unsere Arbeiten verschlagen uns und unsere Athleten immer wieder an interessante Orte, an denen die Synergien von Parkour & Freerunning für spannenden Zusammenarbeiten genutzt werden. Für einen unserer aktuelleren Jobs zusammen mit der Agentur Freestyle Artists für den Türschließer und Automatiktüren-Hersteller Dorma begleitet der nachfolgende Clip den Freestyle Fußballer Daniel Korte auf seinem Weg nach Brasilien. Auf diesem trifft er weitere Künstler, u.a. eine Ropeskipperin (Friederike Müller) und unseren Parkour-Athleten (Andreas Wöhle). Der Weg führt in mehreren Etappen (sprich: mehreren Videoclips) zum Ziel, unsere Haltestelle war der Flughafen Köln/Bonn. Dorma öffnet metaphorisch die Türen, um den Weg für die Sportler freizugeben. Wir sind sehr stolz auf das Ergebnis, das an zwei Drehtagen umgesetzt wurde. Wir bedanken uns für die erfolgreiche Zusammenarbeit. Anbei folgt nun der entsprechende Clip. Update: Der zweite Teil, der in Zusammenarbeit mit Andreas Wöhle gedreht wurde, ist nun online! Wir wünschen viel Spaß damit!

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The Bardusch product commercial was a challenge, but also a great opportunity to grow. Originally we were only planned as Parkour athletes, but we could convince the customer with creative ideas and a good network - so we produced the whole project, from concept to execution. We had an ambitious goal, and to fulfill our expectations we had to rent an old hall, transformed it into a parkour park, flooded it and used some pyrotechnic to create the necessary atmosphere. We needed a cameraman, who was experienced in filming Parkour and could work under extraordinary circumstances. Thats why we chose Frank Sauer and Sebastian Linda, who impressed already with Red Bull video projects. Andi, Enis and Caro werde in front of the camera and introduced the Bardusch products in action. They literally went through fire for that. The prohject wouldn´t have been possible, if it wasn´t for our team. We worked as producers, building team, stuntmen, infront of the camera and as behind-the-scenes filmer. We are especially proud of the endresult, that can be seen here: Das Video ist für jeden interessant, der gerne mal einen Einblick bekommen möchte, wie wir arbeiten. Making-Of Bardusch:


In November 2015 Carglass presented its best glass installers at its annual event and team Ashigaru provided a huge dose of action. The Landschaftspark in Duisburg offered an unusual show location. From a balcony, the audience had a perfect view of our performance, which was lined up on a red carpet next to 20 Mercedes. Fortunately, our team has its own obstacles ready and so all the cars have survived unharmed - even if they haven´t been spared of a few somersaults over the bonnet. The Ashigaru athletes Julian Würzler, Matthias Mayer, Andreas Wöhle, Marc Busch, Raffael Debatin, and Enis Maslic were enthusiastic about the elaborate choreography of Pascal Bueb. All in all, we can only say: awesome location, awesome music, awesome mood. Anytime again!

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