Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Myachi Review

The newest thing is Myachi! It's actually been around for awhile, since 1998/99, but it's new to me! And I am hooked. "The Myachi Movement began in 1999 when a disillusioned stock-broker by the name of Steven Ochs quit his job, sold everything he owned, bought a mobile home and a sewing machine and hit the road to become the Myachi Man. After years of effort and hundreds of thousands of miles of travel, Ochs and his ever expanding team of Myachi Masters took the simple concept of the hand sack and turned it into a worldwide phenomenon! But the heroes of the Myachi Movement are not Myachi Man, Kid Myach, Crazy Ivan or any of the other Myachi Masters. The real heroes are the Myachi Maniax, the jammers that spread the game organically all over the country and now the world! As a company, Myachi is dedicated to instilling the virtues that lie at its core into the next generation of Myachi Maniax: Discipline, Respect, Confidence, Patience and Passion. By focusing on these virtues in a way that is fun, healthy and active, we hope that the values and lessons of Myachi can help build stronger communities and individuals…and one’s with sick reflexes and hand-eye coordination at that! Our mission at Myachi is more than simply teach kids how to use the back of their hand to catch a hand sack. We have seen that through our passion and dedication to building the Myachi Movement over the last decade, we set an example that has helped to educate, stimulate, and motivate kids to take concrete steps towards pursuing their own passion in life. There’s no such thing as an overnight success. No one will become the next Bill Gates by playing video games all day. Achieving anything in life takes hard work, commitment and passion"

We had so much fun playing with this. Ok, so Callan did not really "get it" and there are no action shots because well, I was playing and not taking pics. Jason and I played with these for an hour! We should have probably played outside, since we were bumping into things and tripping over the kids' toys. But man, it was fun. And active! I broke out in a sweat! Good exercise! The trick is to catch the hand sack without using your palms. It's not as easy as it sounds! So much fun though!

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  1. Wow, that sounds fun. A good way to have family exercise and actually enjoy doing it!

  2. My boy would love to play with this, i'm sure he would come up with all kinds of ways toplay with it!!! karasceviour at hotmail dot com


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