Tricking is a high energy sport which consists of kicking, flipping, twisting, landing consecutive tricks on one leg, or trying to perform combinations of tricks based upon individual choice, difficulty, or style. It draws upon elements of capoeira, tae kwon do, karate, wushu, gymnastics, and breakdancing. This is Martial Arts Tricking.
Tricking can be seen in music videos from Chris Brown to Miley Cyrus, movies from Never Say Never to Tron, and live stage shows from So You Think You Can Dance to the Academy Awards. Tricking is making its rise in the entertainment industry, gathering practitioners around the world from beaches to gyms, and in the extreme sports world as its own culture that has evolved over the past 20 years.
EDITED BY: Devin Sheehan
PRODUCED BY: Devin Sheehan & Travis Wong
SOUNDTRACK BY: Drasko Fauxbat
Kim Do Nguyen, Steve Terada, Andrew Eng, Nikki Stanley, Jeremy Marinas, King David, Adam Truesdell, Solomon Brende, Andy & Brian Le, Devin Sheehan, Matt Emig, Donovan Sheehan, Shane Warren Jones
TRICKERS IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:
Ingun Yoo, Jeremy Marinas, Daniel Graham, James Yu, Sammy Vasquez, Anis Cheurfa, Kyle Cordova, Ray Park, Chris Mark, Michael Guthrie, Nano, Daniel Pitlock, Steve Terada, Chris Devera, Anthony Atkins, Kim Do, Daniel Cloud Campos, Ryan Doyle, Donovan Sheehan, Steven Ho, David Douglas, Anthony Atkins, Rasmus Ott, Ross Kohnstam, Na Tae-ju, Daniel Brenes, KJER, Jacob Pinto, Mackensi Emory, Taemi(K Kim), David Nop, Austin Crain, Micah Karns Sean Ellis (Sesshoumaru), Doeni, Vellu, Scott Skelton, Travis Wong, Luke Broadlick, Jackson Spidell, Rudy Reynon, Matt Emig, Carson Crawford, Danny Etkin, Darren Nop, Andrew Franklin, King of ConneXion, Teddy Agnvik, Vivien Youlou, Woojin Choi, Riyanto Soetrisno, Nikki Stanley, Moe Alafrangy