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.
Kuma Films captured this beautifully elegant performance by dancer and athlete A-Chen. Watch in awe as he deftly balances on and inside of his Cyr wheel, and makes the oversize hula hoop do precisely what he asks of it.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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!)