We ran across this crazy & creative pumpkin carving! We’ve seen Ray Villafane’s stuff before but this punch one is awesome!
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Don’t forget we are looking for your Hyper or Martial Arts themed pumpkin carvings this week. Make sure to post them on the Hyper Facebook Page and we’ll pick the best one for this year’s featured winner!
Last year Scott Zsadanyi sent in this one!
Travel to Huntington Beach and Los Angeles with the Hyper Pros for a weekend of tricking in the streets, shooting training videos, training and having fun.
Get behind the scenes of the shoot to look at why we created Hyper and how we want to help martial arts become the biggest youth sport in the world.
Hyper’s mission is to recognize the incredible athletes that train in the Martial Arts, compete and do tricks. We respect tradition and embrace the people who are constantly evolving and innovating. Check it out on Hyper TV
This Friday, October 14th we are launching The Hyper Training Sessions Documentary worldwide on Hyper TV! This “Mini Doc” follows 11 martial arts athletes and world champions through the streets of Huntington Beach and Los Angeles as they shoot training videos, trick and have fun! Don’t miss the premiere!
Over the past weekend, Kalman Csoka gave the last performance of his NASKA career at the 2011 Diamond Nationals. He did his double sword form blindfolded!! He nearly got straight 10â€™s with only one 9.99. Iâ€™ve enjoyed competing against Kalman over the past few years. He has truly innovated and pushed the limits of our sport and has pushed me.Â As a friend, teammate and competitor I am going to truly miss him. A lot of people donâ€™t remember but Kalman suffered a knee injury a couple of years before I broke my knee.Â He gave me hope, encouragement and motivation.Â I have tremendous respect for Kalman and he is a great friend!
Thanks to everyone around the world for supporting Hyper. We hit 50,000 fans on facebook!
Hyperâ€™s mission is to recognize the incredible athletes that train in the Â Martial Arts, compete and do tricks. Â We respect tradition and embrace the people who are constantly evolving and innovating.