Chloe Bruce VISA Break It Commercial
Hyper Pro Chloe Bruce was highlighted in VISA’s commercial alongside some of the world’s greatest female sports icons!

Big shout out to everyone who joined us at the 2015 UK Martial Arts Athlete Day! It was such a fun event with Forms, Weapons & Tricking Events with Chloe Bruce, Reid Presley, Luke Scott, Josh Meek & The Hyper UK Athletes! Plus Zsolt Moradi & The Hyper UK Fight Club Trainers lead our first sparring event in the UK!

Much Thanks to everyone for coming out and to all of the Hyper UK Crew who helped make this our biggest event in UK!
Check out some of the photos from the event over on our Facebook Page & Check Back soon for more!

Martial Arts Athlete Day Sydney 2015

Martial Arts Athlete Day :: Train – Achieve – Influence

Sunday, November 15th, 2015 Sydney Australia
:::::: Inspiring A Generation of Martial Arts Athletes ::::::


Hyper’s goal is to inspire a generation of martial arts athletes and recognize the amazing people in our sport. The Martial Arts Athlete Day experience consists of photo-shoots, an instructor meet up, cool student seminars, fun kick challenges and demonstrations with top athletes from around the world. Thanks for being a part of our worldwide team. See you at the event!

Sunday, November 15th 2015
47-51 Unwins Bridge Road, Sydenham NSW 2044, Australia
Phone:+61 2 9564 2444

Training Pass Includes:

  • Hyper T-shirt
  • All Seminars
  • Stylized Hyper Athlete Photo
  • Compete In Any Challenges
  • Pictures & Posters with Athletes
  • + New Bonus Weapons Seminar! Choose Bo/Double Bo Staff or Kama Training Workshop

Schedule & Seminars

10:00-11:00am: Check In & Photo Shoot
10:30am: Instructor Insights From Hyper (non physical training)
Creative Extreme Athlete Seminars
11:00am :: Reid Presley :: Creative Kicks & Combinations
12:00pm :: Australia Athletes :: Creative Kicks & Combinations
1:00pm :: Tyler Weaver – Creative Kicks & Combinations
2:00pm:: Weapons Training : Bo // Double Bo- Reid Presley or Kama- Tyler Weaver (Pick 1 weapon workshop to attend)
3:00pm :: Hyper Games // Kick Challenges (20 second challenges) + Trick Battle (3 person teams/2minutes)

Event Sponsors & Partners

EFC Australia
Invincible Worldwide
Sydney Self Defense Centre
Hyper Martial Arts / Hyper Pro Training

Hyper Pro Athletes win at Diamond Nationals

The Diamond Nationals is considered by many to be one of the most prestigious sport martial arts competitions in the world. Black belt grand champion winners are crowned the ‘diamond ring’. To many athletes in the sport, winning a Diamond Ring is one of their top competition goals. This year, many of Hyper’s Pro Athletes were on stage battling each other and other world class martial arts athletes for the ring, and four of them walked away with the honors.

Danny Etkin 2015 Diamond Nationals Ring winner

No stranger to the Diamond Nationals stage, Danny Etkin left the night with a Diamond Ring win in the 14-17 Overall Forms Grand Champion. This was Danny’s first 6A NASKA tournament sporting his new Team Paul Mitchell sponsors. With this win, Danny’s ring collection grows to three, adding to the 2 Diamond Rings he won in 2013 in the 13 & under divisions.

Sammy Smith Diamond Nationals Champion 2015

Sammy Smith cleaned house in the Women’s division, taking home Diamond Rings for both Forms & Weapons Grand Championships. Sammy has been one of the most dominant junior martial arts athletes of the last decade and this was her first Diamond Nationals appearance competing in the adult division. These were Smith’s first two Diamond Rings.

Jacob PInto Diamond Nationals 2015 Grand Champion

Jacob Pinto won a historic THREE Diamond Nationals rings last weekend! As far as the Official Hyper Fact Checker Ring Collecting Database Records show, no competitor in the history of the sport has won three diamond rings in one year. Jacob Pinto won in Men’s Forms, Mens’ Weapons and won Team Sync in a brand team form his Team AKA teammate Justin Chang. Jacob Pinto’s competition was some of the toughest it’s been in years, competing against previous Diamond Nationals ring winners & Hyper Pro Athletes Reid Presley and Tyler Weaver. Jacob won a Diamond ring last year in the juniors division, and with these three rings, that brings his ring collector count to four.

Jackson Rudolph Diamond Nationals 2015 Grand Champion

Jackson Rudolph won his fourth consecutive Diamond Nationals Ring in the junior Weapons Division doing his traditional bo staff routine. It’s become a Diamond Nationals tradition to witness Jackson Rudolph walk up on the Diamond Nationals stage, execute a jaw dropping creative bo staff routine, and walk away with a Diamond Ring. However this year, Jackson Rudolph proved to the naysayers that he’s not just full of flashy tricks, but he’s also full of solid foundation basics.

Hyper Martial Arts would also like to recognize the other Hyper Pro Athletes who battled their peers on stage last weekend: Mackensi Emory, Tyler Weaver and Reid Presley. Also a congratulations to the other Diamond National ring winners last weekend: Gina Thorton, Jack Felton, Eric Tremblay, Roman Bruendl, Haley Glass, Mason Stowell, Justin Ortiz, and Shahin Jahanvash. And a really big congratulations to Team Infinity for winning their 7th straight Diamond Nationals Demo Team win. A world record that’s guaranteed not to be broken for many years to come.


Author: Hyper Media Team

Posted On: October 2nd, 2015

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Hyper Mystery Box

They’re Back!

They are available here in our online store for a very limited time! You choose the size of your Mystery Box $50 – $200, let us know what size shirt you wear and we will send you a mixture of Hyper apparel. Post your goods on Instagram with hashtag #HyperMystery and we will choose a winner to receive an extra special Mystery Box! Good Luck!

All boxes contain gear worth at least the value of the box.


Choose Your Hyper Mystery Box

Martial Arts Athlete Day UK 2015

Martial Arts Athlete Day
Train. Achieve. Influence.

Sunday, 25 October 2015
(Near Sheffield, United Kingdom)


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Hyper’s goal is to inspire a generation of martial arts athletes and recognize the amazing people in our sport. The Martial Arts Athlete Day experience consists of photo-shoots, an instructor meet up, cool student seminars, fun kick challenges and demonstrations with top athletes from around the world. Thanks for being a part of our worldwide team. See you at the event!

Event Schedule

10:00am: Check In & Photo Shoot
10:30am: Instructor Insights From Hyper (non physical training)

Creative Extreme Athlete Seminars
11:00am  Reid Presley :: Creative Combinations
12:00pm :: Chloe & Grace Bruce :: Kicking Combinations
1:00pm :: Hyper UK Athletes – Creative Tricking Combinations
2:00pm-3:30pm :: Weapons Training : Bo // Double Bo // Kama // Sword // Double Chux  (Pick 1 weapon workshop to attend)
3:30pm :: Trick Battle (3 person teams/2minutes) & Kick Challenge (Jump Front, Tornado, Round Kick 20 second challenges)
Fight Athletes Seminars

11:00am :: Warm Up & Fight Athlete Training Session 1
12:00pm :: Fighting Combinations :: Zsolt Moradi
1:00pm :: Fight Combinations :: UK Fight Athletes
2:00pm – 3:30pm  :: Fighting Combinations :: Zsolt Moradi

Event Location

North Notts Community Arena
Eastgate, Worksop, Bassetlaw, S80 1QS

Event Sponsors & Partners

Unity Internationals Games

Revolution Martial Arts Network

Hyper Martial Arts / Hyper Pro Training / Hyper Fight Club

Highlights from last year’s Martial Arts Athlete Day UK



Author: Hyper Admin

Posted On: October 1st, 2015

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HELIO GRACIE // OCT 1ST, 1913 – JAN 29TH, 2009

Helio Gracie, the youngest son of Gastão and Cesalina Gracie’s eight children, was always a very physically frail child. He would run up a flight of stairs and have fainting spells, and no one could figure out why.

At age fourteen, he moved in with his older brothers who lived and taught Jiu-Jitsu in a house in Botafogo, a borough of Rio de Janeiro. Following doctor’s recommendations, Helio would spend the next few years limited to only watching his brothers teach.

One day, when Helio was 16 years old, a student showed up for class when Carlos was not around. Helio, who had memorized all the techniques from watching his brothers teach, offered to start the class. When the class was over, Carlos showed up and apologized for his delay. The student answered, “No problem. I enjoyed the class with Helio very much and, if you don’t mind, I’d like to continue learning from him.” Carlos agreed, and Helio became an instructor.

Helio soon realized that due to his frail physique, most of the techniques he had learned from watching Carlos teach were particularly difficult for him to execute. Eager to make the techniques work for him, he began modifying them to accommodate his weak body. Emphasizing the use of leverage and timing over strength and speed, Helio modified virtually all of the techniques and, through trial and error, created Gracie/Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

In order to prove the effectiveness of his new system, Helio openly challenged all the reputable martial artists in Brazil. He fought 18 times, including matches against onetime world heavyweight wrestling champion, Wladek Zbyszko and the #2-ranked Judoka in the world at the time, Kato, whom Helio choked unconscious in six minutes. His victory against Kato qualified him to enter the ring with the world champion, Masahiko Kimura, the best Jiu-Jitsu fighter Japan has ever produced, and who outweighed Helio by almost 80 pounds. Kimura won the match but was so impressed with Helio’s techniques that he asked Helio to go teach in Japan claiming the techniques Helio presented during their bout did not exist in Japan. It was the recognition by the world’s best to Helio’s dedication to the refinement of the art.

At 43 years old, Helio and former student, Waldemar Santana, set the world record for the longest uninterrupted no-holds-barred fight in history when they fought for an incredible 3 hours and 40 minutes!

Widely regarded as the first sports hero in Brazilian history, Helio also challenged boxing icons Primo Carnera, Joe Louis, and Ezzard Charles. They all declined.

A dedicated family man who exemplified a healthy life-style he was the epitome of courage, discipline, determination, and an inspiration to people everywhere. A modern-day legend, Helio Gracie gained international acclaim for his dedication to the dissemination of the art and is recognized as the creator of Gracie/Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.