We do have pictures and other promotional materials available that you can utilize upon request. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what materials you would like in your event promotion.
UniHoops will perform at events other than halftimes on a case by case basis. Contact us at: email@example.com or by phone at 801.336.6385 to discuss your event so that we can determine if UniHoops is a good fit.
Please see our calendar to view UniHoops general availability. We update this calendar frequently and try and keep it as up to date as possible. After checking out our calendar, contact us to solidify availability for your desired event date.
UniHoops considers each individual group and their event when determining fees. Contact us to discuss your event.
UniHoops does have a promotional video that you can view now. Other videos will be continually added to our website. Check back frequently for new updates. UniHoops can provide a promo video on DVD if requested. Request a DVD.
UniHoops allows video recordings of all presentations with the request that a copy be provided to UniHoops.
Practice. Practice. Practice. That old adage is true. In order to learn what you want to learn you need to practice. For UniHoops, three types of practice are very relevant. These types are the need to practice juggling, to practice unicyling, and to practice basketball. There is a need to also add a fourth type of practice which is combining all three skills into one action. UniHoops got to this point through desire, dedication and practice. You can do what you want in the same way, go out and practice, practice, practice and practice.
Each individual skill that UniHoops demonstrates has taken many years of practice to learn. He began dribbling and playing basketball as soon as his ability to stand was sufficient enough to hold a ball. Basketball has been practiced for the better part of 30 years. He began juggling at age 10 and has been juggling off and on for 20 years. The unicycle came later at about age 17 but was put away until his late 20’s. Combining all these skills together has taken UniHoops months and months of dedicated practice.
UniHoops began juggling at age 10 with three tennis balls. The initial practice was throwing up 2 balls in one hand until that was mastered. Then three ball practice began. It took weeks to learn to juggle in the most basic pattern and then a wall was needed to keep from running forward to keep up with the balls.
UniHoops learned to juggle at age 10 in 1991 and learned basic unicyling at age 17 in 1998. These skills were not combined until February of 2011, when UniHoops began creating and training for halftime performing.