Myachi is a perfect gift for any kids this holiday season.But what is it? Myachi is a rectangle sand filled bag or sack of that is bounced around on the back of the hands. Watch the many moves and learn how to play this game. Want to see the Myachi in action then take a quick peek at this video. Your kids can do all kinds of cool tricks!
I didn’t get a chance to tie the boys down to take a photo, just like men isn’t it? They enjoy playing with their Myachi and of course it became a competition of who could go the longest without dropping it. Again such men they are, always has to be a competition. The Myachi would make a great stocking stuffer for the holidays. If I had thought of it ahead of time I would have saved them for just this reason, but then it would be kinda tough to review them. Myachi retails for only $7.00 and comes in a variety of styles.
The Myachi Movement
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 handsack 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!
The website is dedicated to those Myachi Maniax and is intended as a community where we can all come togethe r and improve our skills, teach each other, compete in a safe and friendly environment and help spread the word of the Myachi Movement.
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!
Spread The Word And Keep On Jamming (STWAKOJ)!
Myachi is giving one of my readers their very own Myachi, a great stocking stuffer!
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