Hyper Pro Tyler Weaver will take you from the basics all the way to advanced moves. You'll learn kicks, tricks, and a full Kama form for competition. Check out the trailer, then go to The Hyper Store to pick up the DVD.
Tyler Weaver started martial arts as soon as he could crawl. At an early age he was already a trendsetter creating his own unique style and vibe of the hardest tricks and weapons combinations. You could catch him ripping his uniform top off, performing blind folded on stages or flash kicking off of Oprah Winfreyâ€™s couch. Today you can spot Tyler competing in multiple circuits, on movie screens and in schools inspiring the next generation of athletes. His reputation of being an incredible martial arts athlete and a dynamic instructor keeps his seminar schedule booked months in advance. Tylerâ€™s mad skills and desire to give back to the martial arts community makes him an extraordinary person and inspiration to us.
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Don’t Miss this weekend’s PRO-FORMANCE Arts Championships atÂ Elitch Gardens.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012
Get your Elitch Gardens admission ticket for only $29.99!
Gates open at 10:00
Competition starts at 11:00.
Trick Battle at 12:00.
Seminars are from 1:00-1:30.
For more information contact:
Ticketing information: Angela Wilson 303.572.4502 orÂ Â Â Â firstname.lastname@example.org
Tournament information: Tyler Weaver 720.217.8029 orÂ Senseityler@aol.com
Registration information: Jody/Emma Horn 303.674.5900 orÂ Emma@EnvisionMartialArts.com
WOW! What a summer just got back from us open was a huge battle since I have been competing in three different circuits: NASKA, NBL & ATA. In Orlando I had a three way tie for first for my weapons division and a double tie for the grands, I ended up winning overall for the wild card spot on ESPN.
Today I will be filming a movie trailer and will have sneak peek pics soon so stay tuned.
Tomorrow I will be leaving for Texas for a NBL seminar. Hit me up if anyone wants to come out and train. Post a message on the Hyper FaceBook page.
A quick recap from my trip to Little Rock Arkansas last month for ATA World Championships. After winning on stage our Demo Team won and Paige Bantum and I will be featured on ESPN3 in October.
It’s been an awesome summer so far. Plus I’m looking forward to seeing everyone at Hyper Pro Camp before the AKA American Open in Sandiego.
Check out the new Trailer for the all new adventure movie CHAMPIONS OF THE DEEP - The Sword of The Sea. In theaters in August! In the story, a brother and sister learn to use their martial arts to protect the ocean they love.
Starring Hyper Pros- Tyler Weaver Jr., Dayna Huor, and Caitlin Dechelle.
Champions Facebook Page
Ocean States this Year was AWESOME! Â Everyone did a great job competing and it looks like everyone is upping their game.
All of the competition keeps gettingÂ better and better.Â Cut it out!!!Â Just kidding. Its really cool to see the sport keep evolving because of all your hard work and dedication to the Martial Arts.Â The Hyper Games Trick battles were crazy and it was fun being a part of all that. The younger guys really stepped it up like Adian & Dallas you guys were awesome and fun to watch!!
Keep up all the great training everyone catch you at the next event !!
-Tyler Weaver Jr.
Over the past year Hyper Pro Tyler Weaver tested for his second degree black belt in Taekwondo under Master Jody Horn and Paragon Martial Arts in Colorado and has since balanced his time between competing on the Naska Circuit and his new goal of becoming a World Champion on the American Taekwondo Association (ATA) circuit. We sat down with Tyler after his big win this weekend at ATA World Championships where he took the gold medal World Title in the Xtreme Forms Division.
What has it been like competing on a new circuit?
Competing the new circuit has been challenging. The biggest obstacles include adjusting to different rules, and learning the new styles. Iâ€™ve been working really hard and itâ€™s something I am really proud to be part of.
What do you enjoy about the ATA circuit?
The best part is being openly adopted into the ATA after testing for my new black belt rank and seeing the respect that everyone has for each other. The competitors are great and It has been really cool making new friends across the country.
The ATA World Championships is one of the largest events in the Martial Arts world. What was the tournament like?
I had great support from my competitors, family, and friends.Â The rules for ATA worlds is something different for what I’m used to. I had to collect points throughout the year Â by winning at National and Regional events. Then at Worlds those of us with the most (cumulative) points in the division get an invitation to compete for the World Title. In the end it didn’t matter how many I had, as long as it was top ten in points.
What kicks, or combos did you add to your routine this year? It was beastly! I was up against some SICK talent and great competitors and trickers! Iâ€™ve been working hard this year on my Xtreme Form and have added 900′s, sideswipes, B-twists, swing through corks, and double leg fulls.
What are you looking forward to in the upcoming year?
Iâ€™ve been teaching Xtreme and Creative classes at Paragon in Colorado as well as seminars at other Martial Arts schools so I look forward to helping make new talent and turning more students into champions!Â Teaching is amazing!
Tyler left Little Rock Arkansas and ATA Worlds and is heading to Orlando Florida to train with one of his coaches Marcel Jones to prepare for the US Open. Catch the competition live on ESPN3.com throughout the weekend.
(From Left) Bronze Medalist Mikael Mantis, GoldÂ MedalistÂ Tyler Weaver, Silver Medalist Riley Pederson, Top Ten Finalist Chris Wong. 2011 ATA World Championships Little Rock, Arkansas.
Hey Hey Everybody!Â AmeriKick is just around the corner!Â That’s 5 days away… 120Â hours… 7,200 minutes…432,000 seconds…Â and trust me-Â Â time will fly by! So here’s the scoop.Â I’ve been training- mile highÂ HYPER training that is.Â Â Doing everything to prepare for this competition.Â I can’t wait to see everyone.Â Look for me and the HYPER Cams-Â and show us what you’ve got.