SEE: NoSole’s New Reel - Sunday, June 24th, 2012
He’s the Master of Mustaches, the ultimate action man, and the Ginger-Who-Needs-No-Introduction.
Check out the latest stunt reel from our brother, Brian “NoSole” Orosco. From doubling Jay Leno to back-flipping over a speeding car, we promise you’ll be entertained.
Watch: People in Motion - Monday, May 14th, 2012
Every day, we see people in motion. Walking, running, cycling, driving, jogging, doing aerobics – we could write a list forever. To us, freerunning has redefined what motion means to us. Not only is it a way to get from one place to another, but a way to completely reimagine the world around us in the process.
Brian “NoSole” Orosco got to be a part of an incredible film about just that – the world of motion according to freerunners – called People in Motion (PiM). Also featuring athletes like Lonnie Tisdale, Jacob Seil, Paul Whitecotton, and David Agajanian, the experience was a profound one for NoSole, saying that filming “felt more like a prolonged jam or road trip than it did a documentary shoot.”
Here’s a bit more, firsthand, from NoSole: “Within the first week of shooting I gained respect for Cedric [Dahl, the director] as being easily one of the most organically creative and driven people I’ve met. Throughout the shoot, I grew closer with the guys and met a lot of new people along the way. We all leveraged each others’ strengths and had our own input. From shot composition to action sequences to taking over the cameras ourselves, the whole experience was great team effort, but we all made sure never to take ourselves too seriously. And, finally, we have an amazing piece to show for our efforts, and I have to give props to everyone who had a hand in its production.”
The preview of PiM is above, and if you want to see the whole thing, support the film by paying whatever you want to download it. How’s that for complete freedom?
7-Eleven’s Big Energy Stunt Squad: What Will NoSole Do Next? - Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
Tempest Teammate Brian “NoSole” Orosco is part of a brand-new daredevil campaign, and 7-Eleven’s Big Energy Stunt Squad is just a little bit crazier thanks to his part on the team. Freestyle motocross rider Lance Coury and BMX rider Connor Lodes are also part of the Stunt Squad.
Voters had a chance to challenge the Stunt Squad to crazy antics, and now, videos are being released showing just how far they can go.
When we last talked to him, NoSole couldn’t reveal what the stunts might be, but he’s been overheard saying that “it would be pretty rad to do some monster trick while on fire!” Will it happen? Who knows! But we’ll be watching to find out.
Check out this exclusive profile on NoSole, and keep checking in with the Big Energy Stunt Squad to see what else comes up.
WATCH: The Tempest Family ‘Represent’ - Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
For the first time, the Tempest Family has released a new video: “Represent.”
The concept developed from the fact that freerunning worldwide is a collective movement, where everyone is bound with their freedom, passion and love for the art form.
In this spirit, we made a shout-out video to show our admiration and appreciation for all the teams out there who are making freerunning better through their blood, sweat and tears every day. In the video, 23 different teams are represented by a Tempest Teammate or a close friend. The list is below if you want to check out who was featured in this first video.
Don’t see your team’s shirt? Chad Bonanno, our Creative Director who edited this video, probably puts it best, “Even if your ‘flag’ was not featured in this video, it doesn’t mean we don’t have mad love for you. It just means we didn’t have one of your t-shirts.”
Director: Luci Romberg
Editor: Chad Bonanno
DP/Post: Chad Bonanno
2ND Camera: Wayne Dalglish
Camera Assist: Joey Wilson
Special Thanks to our friends and the teams they wore:
Heath Hensley (Trü Freedom Dealer)
Spider: The Pack (Miami, FL)
Nosole: Parkour Malaysia
Josh Hill: Urban Freeflow
Shane Daniels: SFPK
Diddy: Storm (UK)
Rich King: Tokyo Parkour
Dan Mast: Air Wipp (Sweden)
Victor Lopez: Tranquil Movement (CO)
DeVille Vannik: South Africa Parkour
Luci Steel: Apex Movement
Jesse La Flair: Parkour Brazil
Timmy Di Cecco: Aura (CO)
Alex Duong: Tru Hope
Natalie Strausser: APK
Levi Meeuwenberg: Philippines Parkour
Brent Steffensen: Airborn (UK)
Mclovin: Lost Boys (CA)
Cory DeMeyers: Team Traverse (TX)
Frosti: FreeZ (Switzerland)
Josh Yadon: Ape Connection (Austria)
Filip Mr. Bubbles Ljungberg from Air Wipp: Tempest
Gabe Nunez: Monos Urbanos (Mexico)
Team Tempest Rocks American Ninja Warrior Entries - Thursday, February 16th, 2012
This week, submissions for the upcoming season of American Ninja Warrior were due in our neck of the woods, and Team Tempest and our friends answered the call. Check out videos from our top teammates [Spoiler alert: You will see scantily clad, rapidly flipping and not-so-orthodox means of showcasing our ninja skills ]
NoSole Teaches You a Lesson
Luci Steel’s Got Moves You Should Fear
Rich King Needs No Pants
Shane & Baby Jaiden Leap With the Greatest of Ease
Frosti is a Ninja/Monkey/Warrior Machine Runnin’ for the Kids
Jesse LaFlair Is Doing It Because…YouTube Asked Him To!
Brent Steffenson’s Steppin It Up