Author: Jason Morgan

Posted On: October 23rd, 2012

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Hyper Halloween Contest!

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Hyper Pumpkin Carvin  -OR- Hyper Style Costume By OCT 30th Top 2 Will Be Chosen on OCT 31st
WINNERS WILL GET $100 of Hyper Gear!

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Author: Caitlin Dechelle

Posted On: October 18th, 2012

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Check out Caitlin Dechelle’s new 2012 Demo Reel – Streetz Tonight

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Warrior Official Video – Mark Foster, A-Trak, and Kimbra
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Author: Hyper Admin

Posted On: October 17th, 2012


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Tyler Weaver just launched his new iPhone & Android App along with his 2012 Demo Reel.
Download the Tyler Weaver Jr. App.
iPhone App
Android App

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Mackensi Emory is recognized as one of the leading female martial artists and trickers in the world.  She constantly sets new standards on what kicks females can do. Mackensi has pushed past her own limits and fears, being the first female landing tricks such as boxcutters, double corks, and snapuswipes.  She is never afraid to accept a challenge and inspires many martial artists and martial arts trickers to do the same.

For Mackensi, being a great martial artist is not enough. She is a real leader. You will always see her cheering on others, even her fiercest competitors.  She takes the time to encourage other competitors and students to become their best. She teaches seminars and private lessons regularly and is inspiring the next generation of martial arts athletes. She knows that inspiring or motivating someone onto their own greatness is one of the greatest gifts she can give.

Mackensi is a true inspiration and a role model for other martial arts athletes across the globe.  We are proud to have her on the Hyper Pro Team.

Mackensi Emory : What Inspires You?

What Inspires You? Who Inspires You? Be An Inspiration! : Hyper Pro Training


Author: Matt Emig

Posted On: October 1st, 2012

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The reason I have continued to compete over the past few years is to give back to the sport and inspire the next generation. I feel like I’m in a good position to help the upcoming athletes in ways that I wasn’t helped when I was starting out. I would not be where I am today without the people who inspired my creativity and helped me achieve my goals and I hope I can do the same for all of the kids that I teach. I feel very proud and accomplished to have taught several World Champions. From Aidan Considine and Danny Etkin who I’ve worked with since they were 8 years old, to Austin Crain and Mackensi Emory who already have incredible skills, but getting to work and train with all of these guys keeps me sharp and motivated because they’re all so talented and hard working. They inspire me more than my own competition because they’re constantly pushing the envelope, taking risks and helping this sport progress by doing so. Out of everything I have accomplished over a 15-year career, I am most proud of the people who I have taught and inspired.