How do Olympic skiers stay in peak condition when the snow isn't falling?
For Swiss slopestyle skier Andri Ragettli, it apparently involves an incredible indoor obstacle course.
The internet was amazed Monday with the fourth edition of Ragettli's parkour feats inside a gymnasium. The freestyle skier jumps, flips, balances and rolls his way through the obstacles (with some juggling and a hoverboard thrown in for good measure) in the mesmerizing video.
And it only took 232 takes!
Last October, Ragettli only took 53 tries to make it through a similar homemade parkour course in the gym.
Ragettli finished 7th in the ski slopestyle event at the Pyeongchang Olympics in 2018. Indiana native Nicholas Goepper won the silver medal in the event. The skier posted his second parkour obstacle course video in the summer before those Games.
The previous summer featured the first of the parkour videos posted to Ragettli's Facebook page.
Out of the gym, Ragettli also posted video of dives he made off a bridge, which were likely more frightening for those watching than the athlete himself.