Some of the Razors team and friends hit up the office for a skate session on the boxes while waiting on the long anticipated Game Theory Dvds arrive. Filmed by Chaz Sands & Brent Hicks, edited by Chaz Sands.
Video on Youtube: PLAY - Music: The Sun by The Naked And Famous. Hardware: Canon 550D/T2i, Canon 16-35mm f/2.8, Canon 50mm macro f/2.8, Sigma 10mm fisheye f/2.8.
Game Theory, the 2010 Razors Team Video directed by Helton ‘Brazilionaire’ Siqueira. Starring: Brian Aragon, Julian Bah, Dre Powell, Stefan Horngacher, Jeph Howard, Mathias Silhan, Roman Abrate, Max Jubin, Iain Mcleod, Edwin Wieringh and Eric Perkett - Full Video & Soundtrack.
Produced by Helton “Brazilionaire” Siqueira, Game Theory is one of the most anticipated videos of the year. It showcases truly next level skating from an amazing team of pros, amateurs and up and coming talents. Featuring Dre Powell, Stefan Horngacher, Julian Bah, Jeph Howard, Mike “Murda” Johnson, Mathias Silhan, Max Jubin, Roman Abrate, Eric “Ski” Perkett, Edwin Wieringh, Iain McLeod and ending in a firework of hammers by Brian Aragon.
Filmed in fantastic production quality at amazing spots all over the world, the scenery and spot selection make this film as visually stimulating as it is epic. The video puts the viewer into the individual sections unlike any video before. With footage around the biggest hammers in the video, it creates a surreal feeling of almost being there when these tricks were landed. Hearing what the skaters say, seeing what they are doing and trying to wrap their minds around it is an inspiration for everybody to go skating.
If you are looking for gnarly, face-melting tricks done with style and finesse: this is the video for you. Are you?
Razors Game Theory - Trailer II: PLAY.
I will be teaching you Shock students the wonders of the “alley oop topsoul”. This is simply my credentials edit to show my qualifications in the area of teaching this trick featured are different variations of the trick including but not limited to: Ledges, Rails, Lines, Transfers, Full cab in Revert out, Rewind out, High obstacles, extra low obstacles & Transitions.
Sign up for the course today :D Top 5 applicants will work directly with me and will correspond directly as you practice the trick and really get it down like clockwork! - Brett Dasovic.
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Went out filming with Trevor Tylosky one windy day, for 2 hours, in Denver and came back with this lil diddy. This is one of the first weekly edits coming out from us and were going to keep them coming. - Ian Walker.
Revolution “On The Spot” with Shannon Rodgers. We sat down with Shannon in the 115 degree Arizona heat as she was moving from Texas out to California to pursue her acting career. She stopped in Arizona for an afternoon to film her Revolution “On The Spot”. Filmed & Edited by Jon Jenkins for Revolutionskate.com.
Video on Youtube: PLAY.
In this week’s Podcast Tuesday we decided to show you guys a special sneak peek at Game Theory. Featuring: Jeph Howard, Brian Aragon, Julian Bah, Dre Powell, Horn. Filmed & Edited by Brazilionaire ; Additional Filming by Blake Cohen, Geoff Acres & Courtney Cain.
Max Jubin Podcast: filmed by Bruno Jubin, edited by Brazilionaire & Max Jubin. Brian Aragon Preview: filmed & edited by Brazilionaire. Red Genesys 7.2 Ad: filmed by Erick Rodriguez and Brazilionaire, edited by Brazilionaire. Featuring: Fabio Enes and Rachard Johnson.
1. Beyond deciding to wear a helmet following your head injury, have you also modified your style of skating since the injury? If so, how would you describe the change?
I put a lot more thought into my rollerblading now.
2. The process of rehabilitation after an injury is just as much psychological as physiological. How would you describe the highs and lows of coming back after a serious injury? Was this process much different for your head injury rehab than for previous injuries, how so?
Oh my! I’ve never had an injury that can even compare to my head injury. Usually it’s been “my body feels better, I’m ready to blade.” The physical part of my healing process was luckily deleted from my memory and there’s not much to talk about there, other then I heard it was a very rough road, not only for me but everyone around me.
The mental healing is what I’ve been dealing with since the injury. It’s been a very new and confusing ride I’ve been on.
After the injury, my mind was set on never blading again. Nine months of having that mind set was a very depressing time for me. I’ve never been as low as I was during that time.
My mom noticed I was missing something in my life and needed to change the way I thought. I don’t know the exact words she said but it went something like this, “Cameron you need rollerblading in your life, take what happened and learn from it.”
Since then I’ve figured out a few things I needed to change: Never get frustrated with a trick, the moment I’m not enjoying the act of rollerblading is the moment of going against the reason I do it. If I have to hit something or bang my head to get juiced to do the trick I’m not calm enough to be as focused as I would like. Any doubt means I shouldn’t be trying the trick. As long as I’m mentally capable of trying a trick then I know I’ve got it. I don’t push past the signs of getting hurt. I’m also able to stop trying a trick without worrying about it. Those are some of the way’s I’ve been able to mature from my injury. […]
Check the full Cameron Card Interview on Archive.org.