Ashley Adams has officially released her first sampler. Cash money has been tricking less than 2 years and is already absolutely killing the game! We are so proud to have her as a part of the Intrepid Team and we are excited to see her continue to progress. Keep an eye out for this one.
NEO3 was a wild experience and one of the best gatherings that I have had the privilege of attending. So many wild trickers threw so many wild tricks.
Why does the E in our Intrepid Tricking design not have the first line?
Our Intrepid logo is designed around the idea of the triple bar, what it represents in math and logic, and how that translates into our goals as a team.
Quick logic/ advanced math lesson:
A triple bar looks like an equal sign but with 3 lines instead of 2 and it means "the same as" or "identical too". Think about this:
You might recognize this the identity property of numbers. No matter the circumstances or what value x represents, x+0=x will always be true. There is no case in which it could be false. Thus, you can use the triple bar to show that it will always be the same.
Okay, so how does this apply to our team?
Much like the tricking community as a whole, the athletes on our team come from many different backgrounds. Our athletes have grown up with different cultures, languages, religions, ect. In my opinion, the coolest part of tricking is seeing all of these athletes from different backgrounds coming together because of a shared passion. No matter how diverse our community is, we are all trickers, and in a big way, we are all the same. The triple bar in our logo is to represent the diversity found in tricking and how our differences mean so little when we are all a part of something bigger.
Welcome to Intrepid Tricking! We are extremely excited to announce this team/company and see what we can make of it. The team currently consists of 5 female trickers from several parts of America and also Japan, Germany, and Australia. These athletes all train regularly and are very devoted to tricking. We, as a team, hope to be a part of the growth of tricking as it progresses and changes. We also hope to encourage both current and future athletes to train regularly and healthily.