1. A former nationally ranked forms and weapons competitor, Travis Wong was inducted into the "Inside Kung Fu: Hall of Fame" at the age of 14. Ending his competitive career with a record of 403-3-1, he utilized his martial arts background to further his passion for parkour and freerunning which began when attending the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Upon graduating he returned to Los Angeles to open the White Lotus Martial Arts Center which is slowly becoming renown around the......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. UPC's co-host, Travis Wong, gets personal with Parkour.

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  1. A former nationally ranked forms and weapons competitor, Travis Wong was inducted into the "Inside Kung Fu: Hall of Fame" at the age of 14. Ending his competitive career with a record of 403-3-1, he utilized his martial arts background to further his passion for parkour and freerunning which began when attending the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB).

    Upon graduating he returned to Los Angeles to open the White Lotus Martial Arts Center which is slowly becoming renown around the world for bringing together some of
    the best martial artists, stuntmen, dancers, trickers, and freerunners. Here he began one of the few parkour and freerunning programs available in Los Angeles, where members of The Lost Boys Family and Team Tempest teach classes weekly.

    He has recently done campaigns for Ford and AT&T, and is a member of Step Up 2 Director Jon Chu's "The LXD: The League of Extraordinary Dancers" where he is able to represent both freerunning and martial arts. Also a member of the original Lost Boys, an action performance team from Los Angeles, CA. Composed of Andrew Eng, Solomon Brende, King David, Anis Cheurfa, they specialize in parkour, freerunning, stunts, martial arts, choreography, and weapons.

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