This up-and-coming freestyler from Orlando, Florida was introduced to the sport as a child upon seeing Ronaldinho doing tricks on TV. Just three years in, while also juggling his college studies, Bruno Kallas has increased his profile by performing for half-time shows at professional matches. We delve deeper into his motivations and goals while he shares with us his current, favorite songs that help push his rhythm and flow.
Even with a few scant years of experience under his belt, Bruno Kallas already has his sights set on being one of the top freestylers in the U.S. while making a professional living from the sport he loves. Citing Daniel Dennehy and Tom Folan as his two favorite freestylers, he looks forward to begin competing in the future against his peers and heroes from around the world.
SO it’s all about finding that balance between music that pushes you but also doesn’t distract you…
“The freestyle community is such an international community consisting of people from a variety of countries, cultures, and religious backgrounds,” he told Urban Pitch. It is our love for freestyle that unites us all, and it is through our passion for freestyle that allows us to discover that we have more in common than we may think.”
Made an insane discovery yesterday that’ll probably change the universe forever! So I was about to begin my usual freestyle session when I found a lonely termite on the ground. Out of curiosity, I picked it up and started doing freestyle tricks with it. I quickly realized that termites are actually great to freestyle with. So I recorded a few clips with it and this is what I got. I’m still in shock! I can assure you that from now on I will only freestyle with termites. I’m giving away all of my match balls for free. To all of you animal rights activists out there, I can assure you that no termites were harmed during the production of these clips. And to all the people that say this is fake, go get a life!!
Currently attending the University of Central Floriday, Kallas still manages to train four days a week and one to two hours during each session. Although he enjoys all-around moves, he states lowers as being his favorite style with Slap Abbas No Touch as being his go-to move. He also possesses a trait commonly found among freestylers of desiring to spread positive vibes along his journey. “My goal in freestyle is to help the sport grow and to use my platform as a freestyler to promote diversity and inclusion in our society.”