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Acrobatics

Yoyo Ninja

Yoyo Ninja

Kuma Films spent some time on the streets of Tokyo, Japan with 2A Yoyo World Champion Shu Takada, as he showed off an amazing combination of tricks that blend the wheel-spinning sport with acrobatic flips and dance.

Head-balancing Stairclimb

Head-balancing Stairclimb

It seems hard enough to balance another person on top of your head while standing still, but Pablo Nonato Panduro and Joel Yaicate Saavedra performed the feat while climbing 97 steps, setting a Guinness World Record for their incredible skill.

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Beach Acrobatics

Beach Acrobatics

The acrobats of Project JUMPoff head to the sandy dunes and oceanfront to show off their amazing gymnastic skills. And when they’re not wowing us with their flips and spins, they breathe fire, because why not?

Another Epic Split

Another Epic Split

While acrobat Jon Call (aka Jujumufu) didn’t do his split between two moving trucks like JCVD did, he did amp up the danger by holding a 100 pound barbell over his head while doing his.

Crazy Contortionist Tricks

Crazy Contortionist Tricks

A group of buskers on the streets of Orlando in Soweto, South Africa show off their amazing (and at times downright freaky) flexibility, but the true highlight of their performance is the floating hat trick.

The Lord of the Ring

The Lord of the Ring

Taiwanese street performer Isaac Hou demonstrates his incredible balance, strength and grace as seemingly defies the laws of physics on his rolling Cyr wheel. Filmed beautifully by Kuma Films, the track is Heart by Pistol Shrimp.

Aaron Cook Power Tumbling

Aaron Cook Power Tumbling

Pardon the horrible screenshot, but gymnast Aaron Cook really was a blur in this clip, which shows him practicing a power tumbling routine. The track he’s on has springy fiberglass rods, hence the insane bounce.

Gravityless

Gravityless

With the use of a high-speed camera and several unlikely venues, director David Olkarny transforms b-boy Karimbo’s fast-flying brand of breaking into something more like performance art.

Li Wei: Acrobatic Photography

Li Wei: Acrobatic Photography

With a similar sensibility to Natsumi Hayashi’s levitation pics, photographer Li Wei shoots surreal and incredible moments using only acrobatics, mirrors and wire-fu, not Photoshop.

Slacklining

Slacklining

If you put breakdancing, gymnastics, a trampoline and tightrope walking all in a blender, something similar to slacklining would probably be the result. Skip to 1:45 to see the action.

Climbing Stairs on Head Record

Climbing Stairs on Head Record

For those of you who enjoy using your heads for things other than thinking, here are impressive acrobatics that Sun Xi Zhong performed to climb 15 stairs on his head for the Guinness World Record.

Gymnast Fails

Gymnast Fails

Australian gymnast Joel Pocklington never travels without his video camera; to our horror and delight he’s crafted a madcap compilation of face plants, belly flops and runaway stunts. (Thanks Stephen!)

Bicycle Gymnastics

Bicycle Gymnastics

From wheelies to handstands, Ines Brunn offers us a uniquely choreographed mixture of artistic bicycling, spandex and gymnastics on a fixed gear bike in this entertaining video. (Thanks Paul!)

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The Triple Cork

The Triple Cork

We all know the sick moves that Norwegian pro boarder Torstein Horgmo can execute on tour, but after seeing what he does in the off season, we’re looking forward to his 2011 tricks. (Thanks Colin!)

Casterller

Casterller

Every two years, thousands gather in Tarragona, Spain for a challenge of strength and balance. The objective: build the tallest human castle possible. The collapses are as spectacular as the triumphs.

!Mucho Luchador!

!Mucho Luchador!

Whether you love or hate wrestling, your mind will be blown by this over-the-top series of acrobatics performed by a Luchador during a visit to the ring. We don’t care if it’s fake – it’s awesome.

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