Adrenaline Worldwide
Photo Courtesy: Marvel Entertainment

Adrenaline Worldwide launches a licensable curriculum featuring Hollywood stunt performers.

[Las Vegas, Nevada]: Adrenaline Worldwide today announced Adrenaline Action Design, a new program curriculum empowering instructors of all styles to teach the universal art of "Film Fu" or martial arts for the movies. Adrenaline Action Design is the latest upgrade program perfect for adding a creative, out of the box class to your curriculum and offers an unprecedented way for students to practice martial arts techniques as their favorite superheroes and action stars. This program specializes in the creation of engaging social media content to build leads and boost retention.

"When I was a child, I dreamed about being a superhero. I've spent the last decade living my dream! This program was created to help students achieve theirs," says Chris Brewster, Director of Adrenaline Action Design, Lead Stunt Double in Captain America: Winter Soldier and Daredevil.

With the goal of making this easy for any instructor to learn and teach, the curriculum includes:

  • Instructional videos from the world's best stunt performers
  • 48 lesson plans annually
  • Custom marketing assets
  • Access to AWTV
    • A CRM platform for student management
    • Thousands of bonus martial arts tutorials on top of the stunt curriculum content

Adrenaline Action Design is now available to qualifying studios. For more information on adding this program to your studio, visit https://adrenalineworldwide.com/action-design or email contact@adrenalineworldwide.com.

About Adrenaline Worldwide: Adrenaline Worldwide is the biggest performance martial arts platform in the world. With signed athletes internationally, Adrenaline produces live events and weekly, streamable extreme martial arts, tricking, and stunts content on their portal, AWTV. Content includes competitions, tutorials, and training videos from the best athletes in the sport allowing students of the game to watch, learn and enjoy content while taking their skills to the next level.

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Photo Courtesy: Adrenaline Worldwide

Title image courtesy of Marvel Entertainment.

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