As usual, it’s pouring rain here in Orlando. Summer days in Florida are filled with morning sunshine but after the clock strikes about noon, dark clouds seem to always reappear and literally rain on everyone’s parade. But who I feel for the most because of our inclement weather, is the local skateboarders who are trying
Sweets Kendamas has released a new video declaring Joshua “Flow” Grove as a new member of their team. This is a big announcement, as it seems that the Sweets family keeps on growing (literally, Matt Jorgensen’s wife just birthed a child). But a lot of people are getting confused as to whether Joshua Grove is
Kendama USA has been dropping a lot of new new recently. From their new Shift shape to the insane video that went with it. But now they’ve also released a new video featuring one of their best players, Wyatt Bray. Simply called Edit 2, Wyatt Bray goes completely Goonie in this video with an assortment
I guess this was just me trying to explain my view of the kendama community. Trey Clugston took the camera and pointed it at me demanding that I talk about not only the community itself but also the ‘controversial’ posts that I’ve put out in the past. So here ya go.
June is Pride month, a month to celebrate the beautiful people who proudly love who they love no matter what their gender may be. So I decided to focus on a Skillderness Squad member who is proud and completely confident in her expression as a trans woman. Anny Echols is a West Florida kendama player
Edit Vs. Edit is a kendama video series where we put the best edits we can find together on one page and let you decide which video is more hype by commenting your decision below. Keep in mind, the edit’s selected for the tricks featured in them, so their date, quality, viewership, and overall aesthetic
Recently I have been scouring the internet for anything regarding the health benefits of skill toy activity. In a previous post explaining how kendama was beneficial to me, I received some comments saying that the article wasn’t backed up by actual scientific evidence. And to be honest, it wasn’t, I was trying to specify how
Liam Rauter presents his skills in this two and half minute video capturing his best tricks on camera. All I can say is that Liam is definitely an upcoming super slayer, and after winning some contests, Sol Kendamas reached out to him offering the opportunity that most kendama players dream of: We are proud to
SWEAT is a 2017 skill toy video directed by Ryan Reese that includes Kendama, Yoyo, and Fingerboarding.
We asked Kendama USA pro Dave Mateo a few questions and got some interesting insight from the dude who did 12 J-sticks.