Hyper active kids need a way to focus their energy, and creative physical activity is the solution. Team sports can become frustrating, but sports that focus on personal development while developing life skills… they go a long way. Check out this list of cool activities that take the ‘hyper’ out of active kids and secretly teach them how to be strong and confident.
Marc Wolfman is an Ironman. After one year of training night and day, my dad entered the Ironman competition in Madison, Wisconsin on September 8, 2013. For nearly 16 hours, he completed a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and 26.2 mile run and is now officially an Irondad. I am proud of you.
Filmed/Edited by his son, Jacob Wolfman
Being a great martial arts athlete means more than just winning competitions. Check out these kids and their ‘be awesome’ mindset as they train and inspire the next generation of martial arts athletes. This video is part of the ‘Be Awesome’ campaign by Hyper Martial Arts to encourage kids to reach their dreams and get the most out of every day.
Martial Arts is more than a sport, it’s a lifestyle. Hear the stories about eight of America’s top martial arts youths and see what drives them to excel at sports and win at life! Learn how you can start martial arts at Hyper Pro schools worldwide.
A girl tries to order some late night ice cream when she is treated by the 2012 Epic Summer Gathering with a musical experience about the world of martial arts tricking.
Real martial arts trickers going HARD!
Team CFC - Washington DC:
Anis Cheurfa - France
Daniel Graham - Florida
Kyle McLean - Texas
This is what happens when you try to mix stop motion animation with actual flips and martial arts tricks. Each frame of the stop motion sequence was an actual trick preformed by Geran Simpson. 1,000 photographs. 1,000 tricks. 1 martial arts tricker. Created by Flippin the Script!