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This soon evolved into a sport called Tricking although without the judges - creative form competitions were judged that the creative form competitions had Tricking can be performed anywhere from backyards to football fields, some prefer the safe environment of gymnastics centres where they can use protective crash mats to soften their falls when trying more difficult movements.
 
This soon evolved into a sport called Tricking although without the judges - creative form competitions were judged that the creative form competitions had Tricking can be performed anywhere from backyards to football fields, some prefer the safe environment of gymnastics centres where they can use protective crash mats to soften their falls when trying more difficult movements.
  
Because the roots of Tricking are in martial arts the kicking side of it is where most of the weight is put, original competitors in the NASKA circuit such as Manny Brown, Chris Devera and Steve Terada all try to keep the Tricking scene as close to its martial art roots as possible and stress other trickers to use kicking tricks as much as possible.
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Tricking is defined as a combination of gymnastics, martial arts and break dancing all performed in single movements or combinations to be aesthetically pleasing rather than affective in a fighting situation, because the roots of Tricking are in martial arts the kicking side of it is where most of the weight is put, original competitors in the NASKA circuit such as Manny Brown, Chris Devera and Steve Terada all try to keep the Tricking scene as close to its martial art roots as possible and stress other trickers to use kicking tricks as much as possible.
  
 
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