Hyper Trick School University – California 2015

November 14-15th, 2015

REGISTER HERE: http://hyper.ticketleap.com/hyper-trick-university-california-2015

Hyper Trick University Seminars

Hyper Trick University is an exiting event for tricking enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. It is a seminar experience complete with multiple workshops (including Hyper Trick School Curriculum as well as Invert training) media package (photo and video shoots) and the Hyper Trick School Graduation/Certification opportunity.

The event combines multiple training tracks and is split between Instructor Certification (for instructors & instructor teams) and Trick Univerisity Campers (for participants not otherwise part of an instruction team.) Open to all Tricking Athletes, Martial Artists, Schools and Teams.

The schedule includes two days of training, at the conclusion of which the Instructors will be certified and the Campers will be graduated to the next level within the Hyper Trick School program. The event will be held just outside of San Diego at Pride Martial Arts on November 14th and 15th, 2015.


Pride Martial Arts
851 Showroom Pl #103, Chula Vista, CA 91914
(619) 421-1282


Day 1 – Hyper Trick University :: Trick School Camp & Instructor Certification


  • ME – Media Experience (photoshoot, video sampler)
  • CT – Curriculum Training (practice HTS to advance)
  • CS – Curriculum Study Session (learn terminology)
  • IT – Invert Training (practice flips & twists)
  • OS – Open Session (free time / free training)

Time Block: Session Type:

  • 9am – 930am (half hour) ME/OS
  • 930am – 11am (1.5 hours) CT
  • 11am – 1130am (half hour) CS
  • 1130am – 1pm (1.5 hours) Lunch (Bring a Bagged Lunch)
  • 1pm – 230pm (1.5 hours) IT
  • 230pm – 330pm (1 hour) OS
  • 330pm – 430pm (1 hour) CT
  • 430pm – 5pm (half hour) ME/CS


  • OR – Orientation (context, question & answer time)
  • CT – Curriculum Training (practice HTS for experience)
  • MB – Material Breakdown (lesson plans & breakdown)
  • IT – Invert Training (guided invert exercises & training)
  • OS – Open Session (free time / free training)

Time Block: Session Type:

  • 9am – 930am (half hour) OR
  • 930am – 11am (1.5 hours) CT
  • 11am – 12pm (1 hour) MB
  • 12pm – 1pm (1 hour) Lunch (Bring a Bagged Lunch)
  • 1pm – 230pm (1.5 hours) IT
  • 230pm – 330pm (1 hour) OS
  • 330pm – 430pm (1 hour) CT
  • 430pm – 5pm (half hour) IT

Day 2 – Hyper Trick University :: Trick School Camp & Instructor Certification


Time Block: Session Type:

  • 9am – 1030am (1.5 hours) CT & CS
  • 1030am – 1130am (1 hour) Testing & Graduation
  • 1130 – noon (1.5 hours) ME / OS


Time Block: Session Type:

  • 9am – 1030am (1.5 hours) CT & MB
  • 1030am – 1130am (1 hour) Testing & Certification
  • 1130 – noon (1.5 hours) OR / OS

*Schedule / Times subject to updates.


1-Day Trick School Camp: $129 (includes training sessions, camp certificate, tricking athlete shirt & Hyper Trick School band)

2-Day Camp Combo Camp Pack: $179 (includes training sessions, Trick School level up test, camp certificate, tricking athlete shirt & Hyper Trick School band)

2-Day Instructor Certification: $199/individual; $599/team up to 5 (Certified for Levels 1 & 2 with completion of test)


Email : danielperezhyper@gmail.com



Author: Hyper Media Team

Posted On: September 21st, 2015

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Hyper Pros Reid Presley & Danny Ektin along with Reid’s brother Jake Prelsey & Danny’s Team Emig teammate Aidan Considine joined the ranks of Team Paul Mitchell this last weekend, just in time for the 2015 Diamond Nationals. Reid, Danny, Jake and Aidan now represent the uniform that has been worn by many legendary competitors in sport karate history including Mike Chat, Rudy Reynon, John Su, Jon Valera, Carmichael Simon, David Douglas, Jimmy Pham, Steve Terada and more. Earlier this year, Hyper Pro Sammy Smith also joined Team Paul Mitchell. With JPM’s new editions, now all five original members of Team Emig represent Team Paul Mitchell. There are now 14 Hyper Pros that are also on this team.

Danny Etkin is among one of the top young competitors of all time. This year, Danny took home triple grand champions at the US Capitol Classics, winning Team Sync, Forms and Weapons grand champions.

Reid Presley has been one of the most dominant weapons competitors of this generation, revolutionizing the double bo staff and making him one of the most challenging competitors to beat in today’s competition scene.

Congratulations Reid and his brother Jake, as well as Danny and his Team Sync teammate Aidan Considine.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Hyper Trick School site! Plus we are launching a weekly training email series from The Professor himself -Dan Perez.

Head over to the Trick School Page & Register! Each week we will be sending you Training Tips & Notes directly from Dan Perez designed to improve your knowledge of Tricking.

Dan’s dedication to training, teaching and understanding tricking has lead him to create highly sophisticated systems and terminology that many of the world’s top level martial arts trickers apply to their training today.

Get ready to take your Tricking to the next level!


Author: Hyper Admin

Posted On: September 12th, 2015

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The world’s premier kicking competition, Red Bull Kick It, brought the best 16 kickers together for an all-out board breaking battle. The contest combines disciplines as diverse as Taekwondo, Kung-fu, Capoeira, Karate, Kung-fu, gymnastics and breakdancing, in a format where elite athletes go head-to-head to find out who has the best kicks and tricks. Check out the best kicking and tricking from Seoul!

Watch the Full Competition & More Videos Here


Author: Hyper Media Team

Posted On: September 5th, 2015

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Meet Martial Arts Athlete Gerrica Trias. Gerrica is a world champion point fighter and boxer. This weekend she’s on her way to try out for the 2016 Olympics for boxing. Get to know a little bit about Gerrica and then check out her Hyper Fight Club video.

How long have you been training? What style?
I’ve Been training for almost 12 years. I have my 2nd degree black belt in American Kenpo Karate. Other than Karate I also train jujitsu and boxing.

What other sports do you train?
I’m not training other sports right now, but when I was younger I’ve done gymnastics, basketball, volleyball, tennis, swimming, diving, skateboarding…anything really that dealt with some type of board or ball, I was there lol. My favorite hobby that I have now is surfing.
What’s your average workout look like?
Hmmm. Aside from being in the dojo or boxing gym (2-3hours/day), on average I’d say a 5mi run 4-5x a week, and strength and conditioning 2-3x a week.
Tell us about your Olympic qualifier tryouts. What does it involve?
The Olympic qualifiers I’m going to for women’s boxing consist of three weight classes, and they choose the top three fighters from each weight class to qualify for the actual Olympic Trials.
What tips and advice do you have for future fight athletes?
For future fight athletes I’d say to remember that it’s your own journey, because everyone’s is different. Keep track of your progression and give yourself a tap on the back every once in a while. And when things get tough and are faced with a challenge, only look at it as an opportunity for growth .

Whose your favorite fighter?
I don’t really have a favorite fighter, but if I did have to name any it would be the ones who I grew up training with as a little kid like Tara and Colin Vanduesen, Mike Pomberio, Raymond Daniels and Jack Felton.